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Mon Oct 17, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
You need to talk to your Realtor about this and also double check your contract. Typically, if a buyer backs out after all contingencies have been completed (inspection, appraisal, loan approval, etc) then Seller gets to keep Buyer's Earnest Money. ... more
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Tue Aug 2, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
There really isn't a standard list of questions to ask while looking at a house. You should be interviewing lenders and buyer's agents to find professionals you click with. Your buyer's agent isn't there to answer questions about the house beyond maybe "Do you think this is priced fairly for the condition and location?" Their job is to get you into the house, to help you with negotiations if you submit an offer and to keep the other side moving through the transaction if they aren't on their game.

Your information about the house will come from your own viewing, a seller's disclosure, and the home inspections you pay for if you opt to submit an offer.
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
Elaine Goldblum answered:
Yes, be completely honest because more times than not, it will come back to bite you. If you had issues with your home, buyers like to see that the problems have been resolved. Even if you think it is unimportant, note it on the disclosure. The more information, the better. ... more
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Mon Nov 19, 2012
Rps5148 answered:
if you list your house on "for sale by owner" one of their packages includes listing on many sites, like trulia, craig's list, etc.
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