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Wed Aug 17, 2016
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Tue Apr 19, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
Yes, it really happens. You're not allowed to use someone else's money for your down payment, only your closing costs and pre-paids. And the lender limits contributions from the seller and Realtor to 3%. No exceptions.

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Fri Jun 12, 2015
Kelly Martinez answered:
Jennette, I work in the Springfield market often and have several investors who are always looking for properties like the one you're describing. So long as you're looking to sell for a reasonable price based on the condition of the home, I can certainly help you find a buyer.
I would not recommend that you do the demo yourself, I would just list and sell the property as-is and disclose everything required by VA law.
Hope that helps!
Good luck!
Kelly Martinez
REALTORĀ®
Top Producer & Rookie of the Year 2014
Long & Foster, Vienna/Oakton Office
309 Maple Avenue West
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Tel 571-839-2852
www.kellymartinezsellsdmv.com
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
Ernie Behrle answered:
I would call a local Realty company in your area to get an answer to this question.
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
Ernie Behrle answered:
DISCLOSE what you know but I would also get a professional opinion from a company specializing in mold remediation.
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
Ernie Behrle answered:
I would also recommend getting a local inspector to look and assess the crack. Many are nothing more than cosmetic which would require no disclosure, but your knowledge if asked. Get the review in writing. ... more
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Mon Nov 7, 2011
Diana Kryszak answered:
A townhouse is a style of a residence, as is a villa. A condominium is a type of ownership. If you have selected a community where you are interested in a property, check with a licensed real estate agent for help with the local multi list system. Remember: everything in real estate is local market and local custom.

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Mon Nov 7, 2011
Diane Miller answered:
Bonnie,
There are so many things to take in to consideration when looking for that "perfect fit" with your Broker. I would love the opportunity to talk to you about what Keller Williams has to offer for their agents.
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Thu Nov 12, 2009
Jon Wolford answered:
You have to read your lease. The lease says who has the right and who doesnt. It might be that you need to move out of there.
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Fri Mar 27, 2009
Monika Kumar answered:
But Why move so fast? Prices have not gone that bad since August 08?

Any other reason?
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Sat Nov 15, 2008
Andrea Mills answered:
It sounds as if in your area foreclosures and short sales sell for the same as "regular" (non-shortsale, non-foreclosure) sales. Do you know what the payoff is for the 275K? Do you know what the payoff was for the shortsales and foreclosures that sold for 325K to 495K?
Remember I told you the bank will go back to their investors and ask them to approve the short sale. Remember we were talking 70 - 80 cents on the dollar (the pay off dollar). Could be the pay off for the 325K - 495K was a lot higher than your 275K. Also remember, short sales and foreclosure create an artificial market because they are NOT being sold at TRUE fair market value.
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