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Home Selling in 39564 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 29, 2015
Lazaro Rovira answered:
Hi Glady's

Yes they do unless someone has a Power of Attorney to sign on their behalf, for more info you should contact a Real Estate Attorney who can better assist you with this questions.

If you have any other questions just contact me RoviraTeam@Yahoo.Com or 228-365-8034.

You can also pass by our office anytime at 4302 Chicot St, Pascagoula MS.

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Mon May 19, 2014
Charles Taylor answered:
I'm a realtor, but also work in a large development firm in NJ and PA. We have a number of communitites in PA. What I've seen done a number of times is what I call "dummy listings". For example, a national builder is now building in one of our developments. They created 4 listings for 4 different floorplans, 1 MacDonald Drive, 2 MacDonald Drive, etc even though these addresses don't and actually never will exist. In the end when the job is closed out, they expire the listing.

Hope this helps.
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Karen Chewning answered:
You absolutely need to contact a Real Estate Attorney. Laws differ state to state and this really needs to be advised my an Attny
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Karen Chewning answered:
Speak with Real Estate Attn y ASAP!!
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Jim Olive answered:
Very common and good strategy. Some sellers will look at a "full price" offer and not pay enough attention to the "seller pays buyer's closing costs" line. In the end, the seller isn't getting full price, but they think they are, or at least feel like they are. It's also good for neighborhood prices and values, as it will be reported as a higher sale price, rather than taking the closing cost expense off the purchase price.... ... more
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Karen Chewning answered:
Typically surveys are not required for lenders in our market. If the seller has a survey available it would be listed in the sellers disclosure that is available. Your buyers agent can make the purchase contingent on the buyer receiving a copy of the survey if seller states one is available. If buyer feels one is necessary they can also request the seller provide one. They would have to have this contingency written in the contract as well before signed by buyer and seller. ... more
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Mon May 20, 2013
Erin Conner answered:
Consult an attorney, but my understanding in Mississippi is that with no will the home would become part of estate and children are entitled to a portion of estate.
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Wed May 20, 2009
Patti Courtney answered:
Contact a Mississippi Real Estate attorney for this answer. Realtors cannot give legal advice to clients.
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