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Home Buying in 18324 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Nov 3, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
This is a selling tactic and yes, legal. Some sellers will list under market value to inspire a bidding war where it can sell over market value. It is easier to ask a price you want to sell it for though ... more
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Mon Aug 8, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Nina Fradl CNE,ePRO,SFR,SRS,GRI answered:
This IS a legal question, however, it is one that we deal with on a regular basis as real estate agents. If the entire situation is that you were sent a contract, which you may or may not have agreed to verbally, and you did not sign it, then you have no contract, and not committed to the purchase. No one can make you sign the contract. However, the question was, can you be sued? Sure.. People can bring a lawsuit for crazy reasons. Bringing a lawsuit, and winning a lawsuit, though, are two different concepts. And people who sue can be countersued. Still, frivolous lawsuits cause expense to the defendant. If you have reason to think that the other party might sue you, by all means consult an attorney to understand what your options are, and whether or not you should be concerned in this situation. ... more
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Wed May 25, 2011
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Hllo property11.
What is or is not a ogood investment depends on several factors. What is the price you are paying compared to other properties in the area,what is th initial outlay, is it a primary residence or an investment property and what is your time frame. In the short term proeprty values have to stabilize before they can go up. However in the long run Real estate has alwasy been a good investment.

Alan
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