An inspection is really for your benefit, so it's up to you. It's not like you get an inspection on a house and it's "good for" a certain amount of time. If a month goes by, you'd think it would be fine. Use your common sense. If there's a big hail storm or flood, then you probably want to get it inspected again!... more
513 Broadway St South Haven, MI
I would start by asking your lender if they are the one that holds the lien on the property. Or it could be A legal question.
Paula Peterson, REALTOR
Jaqua Realtors... more
I did a quick search for this property, and the condos at this location list in the 300k to 400k range. I'll dig deeper for a foreclosure there, but it's not likely.
Paula Peterson REALTOR
South Haven MI.... more
Brokers tours & open houses are a good way to build rapport with other agents in the industry & allow them an opportunity to preview your listing. However, more often than not they come to chit chat & for the food & half the time they don't even view the entire house, they just gravitate to the kitchen to socialize. I still do them regardless, it takes just one to make a sale.... more
Trish, they really need to speak directly with a lender so that he or she can review the specifics of their loan situation. Do you know local lenders? If they have a Realtor, their agent will probably have some good lender recommendations for them.
I believe the guidelines for termite inspections vary from state to state even though it is a federal inspection. Below is a link to an FHA site about termites. Your lender will tell you if the inspection is mandatory or not.... more