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Home Buying in 15601 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 28, 2015
USMortgageRanger answered:
Hi Mav,

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Mon Jul 27, 2015
Mav answered:
Technically verbal contracts are legally binding but you'll never be able to prove it so...no.
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Sun Nov 17, 2013
Melody Haras answered:
When you say you accepted a contract I'm presuming you are the Seller and you agreed to and signed an Agreement of Sale with a Buyer.
If you agreed to a contract the Buyer presents a check to be kept in escrow by his or her Broker as Earnest Money aka Hand Money (among other documents.)

What are you changing your mind about? Not wanting to accept the Buyet's offer?

I'd be more than happy to speak with you to get more details about your inquiry situation.

Please call or email me and I'll be glad to help.

Melody Haras, Realtor
Prudential Preferred Realty
724-961-4544 cell (call or text me!)
724-838-3660 x663
Melodyharas@prudentialpreferred.com
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Sun Sep 8, 2013
Virginia Stump answered:
Hello Chad, I suggest looking in your sales agreement for the deadline date for both buyer and seller to reach an agreement. If your agent put a short date in there, perhaps it has expired, making the offer no longer valid. If you can't get a response from the agent, you might have your agent call the agent's broker. I've seen cases where the offer was too low and the agent/seller didn't feel it was worthy to spend time on a response, but a response in any event would be the courteous thing to do. ... more
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Sun Sep 8, 2013
Kim Benedict answered:
It depends on what kind of contract you signed with he agent your working with, and the rules in you state. Google them, and look at your agreement you signed.

If the agent helped you find the place they maybe entitled to compensation, or it can be agreed they are compensated. If not then they maybe out of luck...

If they are an ethical agent it won't matter to them, only that you found your dream home and they get the satisfaction they were able to help you in the process! Thats what being a Real Estate Agent is all about at the end of the day!

Good luck!
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Virginia Stump answered:
I always say buying real estate is like buying stock. Buy low and ride it high! Now is the perfect time to buy investment properties because values are starting to trend back up. My tip is to buy a home that is structurally good, but needs the Big 3 value enhancers - kitchens, baths, flooring - updated. Those 3 things will return most value. I can help you find good deals like this to purchase.

To be a successful landlord, you first need to become familiar with the law. You can surf PA's website for information about providing lead-paint notices up to requirements for eviction. You will want to verify prospective tenants' credit because not everyone will make an ideal tenant. Collect your monthly rent in person and in cash to avoid bounced check fees.

Things that tenants like: non-busy street, remodeled interior (kitchen, bath, flooring), air conditioning, a place to do laundry, parking for guests, as well as themselves. There are many tenants out there that like pets, too. If you agree to this, charge an extra security deposit and a slightly higher rent each month.

I can quickly and easily run a free property search for you. Just drop me a text or an email: Virginia.Stump@remax.net or 724.331.1365.
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Harry Stine answered:
Good Morning, I am a agent in Greensburg Pa, to answer your questions, it all depends on what you negotiated with your Realtor before you signed the Buyers Agency paperwork. To work with a realtor is beneficial due to all the paperwork, inspection as well as negotiating the best price for the home for you. We can help you gather the market price of home similar to the on your interested in and help prepare a offer. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me. Most agents answer the phone day and night and its helpful to help you through the buying process and solve any issues that arise.

Thanks,

Harry Stine
Keller Williams Realty
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Wed Dec 2, 2009
Misty Hegan answered:
Toadswife1018,
Did you ever resolve this? If you need assistance contact me at mistyhegan@northwood.com
Enjoy your day!
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Wed Jul 15, 2009
Julio V answered:
how do you go about pursuing a foreclosed home? by yourself dealing directly with bank(s), or through realtor?. we have located one in murrysville, pa that we are interested in pursuing but after making several calls, I just ran into a wall...(thanks much) ... more
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
James Martin answered:
Hi Vjulio,

A simple way to see how well you qualify to purchase a house would be to call a lender or loan specialist in your area.
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Fri Apr 24, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Bugs,

As the originator of a normal contract, the buyer usually specifies within the document the period of time the seller has to respond to your offer. As previously mentioned, under normal circumstances, 24 hours should be an ample amount of time for them to respond to your offer.

On the other hand, if you are dealing with a bank in a short sale or foreclosure there can be little regard on their part for buyer established deadlines.

Good luck
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Mon Apr 20, 2009
Don Mcilwain answered:
It is not likely that they will wait,but they might. Let me know what house it is and I can check on their situation is to see if it would be possible. If you want, call me and I will find out and get back to you.
My cell phone is 412 916 9155.
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