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Mon Dec 26, 2016
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. answered:
This property is for sale by OWNER. Hence the owner logged in created an account and hit for sale. No agent did so nor did Trulia/Zillow.

Evidently the owner chose not to go forward selling it and never cancelled it being for sale by owner. Simple mistake. It is a closed rental per the MLS for $3400/month ... more
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Sun Apr 5, 2015
Dawn Mastromarino answered:
Appraisals are ordered by the bank and there is no control over the information they gather and is based on comparative homes. Try a different lender.
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Thu Apr 2, 2015
Marsha Umansky answered:
Renegotiate the contract. You may just lose a portion of the seller concessions. Also, are you sure your FHA lender will lend? FHA may still require evidence of work done to the house. Make sure first they will give you the loan. Good luck. ... more
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Thu Apr 2, 2015
Marsha Umansky answered:
In two words "it's priced right" (OK, 4 words... :)
Need help - call - it;s free.
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Wed Mar 18, 2015
Jeffrey Jacobs answered:
If the contract is fully executed on the 10th then your effective date is the 10th.
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Thu Sep 19, 2013
Gary Hitchcock answered:
That means it is the city you inquired about. Broward County is in grey, etc.
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Sat Nov 24, 2012
Robert answered:
The association foreclosed on it. They don't own it but they have the right to evict a nonpaying owner of maintenance. They are renting out the unit to collect rent to cover their unpaid maintenance dues and court/attorney fees spent to foreclose. Sometimes unscrupulous board members like that power and have crazy charges and interest on the property and makes a purchase doable but difficult. ... more
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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Cynthia Barron answered:
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Fri Oct 15, 2010
John Sacktig answered:
Great Donald! So, I guess your answer was in Short Sale mode !

( look at the date of the question )


:)
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Sun Jul 4, 2010
gabriel palotas answered:
If not disclosed on the initial agreement it becomes debatable not enforceable.
Practice makes perfect.
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