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Home Selling in 44145 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jun 13, 2016
Christiendicott answered:
I believe if you keep scrolling down it will have your updates. Where it says from the owner.

I don't know if we can change the "public records" that is listed on the top. Mine is listing with one less bedroom. ... more
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Eli Givoni-Short Sale Dept LLC answered:
That is a legal question. You would need to have an attorney review your lease and answer that question.

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Sun Mar 21, 2010
Ron Rovtar answered:
Hi Linda:

I may be wrong, but it sounds like you do not yet have a real estate agent. (If you have an agent, I'm sure that person will be happy to answer these questions based on your current agreement.) Generally there is no problem with renting a home while you sell it. Agents deal with these kinds of situations regularly. But, do make sure your rental agreement does not interfere with the possession date on a sales contract if the buyers want to occupy the home on that date. Also make sure your renters are willing to show the home. You may have to offer a reduced rent for their cooperation.

As far a withdrawing after it is listed, I would suggest you find an agent who will write an escape clause into your listing agreement. You should, of course, be honest about the reasons you might withdraw the home.

I hope this helps!

Ron Rovtar
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