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Tue Jan 5, 2016
Dan Tabit answered:
That means your marketing is working but people aren't seeing the value. It could be your marketing is creating false expectations. If a property boasts a view, but you can only see anything interesting from the master bedroom closet, it won't live up to expectations (I've seen this example).
If your pictures make the rooms look bigger than they are or the home looks different for showings than it does in the pictures.
Apart from that, price is the next most logical reason. It could be both. If you've had 21 showings or been on the market 21 days without an offer, something needs to change.
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Thu May 2, 2013
Steve DuBrueler answered:
Josh - give Judy a call - She knows all about this home and what is going on with it.....TY
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Thu Apr 22, 2010
Patrick Samson answered:

This is not a lender question, it's an IRS question. The credit is from the IRS, so I suggest you contact the local IRS Branch and ask them. If I was a betting man, I'd say this still qualifies based on you living in a portion of the property.....check it out and write back.

Best of luck! -Pat
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Sun Jul 26, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
We believe the program specifies only the the property transaction needs to close by December 1, 2009 and that the home purchased needs to be your primary residence. We have not seen any deadline for occupancy of the home.

It might be worthwhile to review the attached resource:

Good luck
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Sun Feb 8, 2009
Vicky Chrisner answered:
There are what I believe to be some misspellings in your quote, making reading this even harder. But, my interpretation ( this is not legal advise) is that they are saying if you later decide you are mad at them and want to sue them you will have given up that option. Of course, this is out of context, and the agreement should be reviewed by an attorney prior to your signing. I am sorry, I don't know any attorneys in your area. Best of luck. ... more
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