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27968 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 26, 2017
Expatkari answered:
So your telling me I have to put down this BS DD and if I get an inspection and they find MOLD or some expensive repairs and he won't fix it and I decide not to buy house seller gets to keep my money if I don't buy? Cause that isnt right..... ... more
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Mon Mar 13, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
You should go to your bank, they can either print you a check from your account or buy a money order deducting funds from your account and keep receipts s the bank will want to see when processing your mortgage ... more
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Jim Olive answered:
Not sure about NC law, but in Florida, if a seller knows of any material defects with the home, s/he is required to disclose it. Therefore, you can take some comfort that the "as-is, where-is" is not an attempt for them to "get one by you" that they know about. They are likely just trying to cover all the bases and protect themselves from the unknown. A home warranty (usually around $400) would cover you for the first year (and is renewable if you like it), and would cover anything the Inspector might miss or could not see (like plumbing in the walls that is about to let go!). Best of luck to you... ... more
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