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Home Buying in 54913 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 1, 2017
Russian9 answered:
you should ask for it to be split-it's a transaction that is taking place. Just because traditionally it's done one way doesn't mean it should. Paying for your own relator plus the buyer's relator doesn't make any sense. It's like in a divorce the seller is paying for both their own and there soon to be ex-spouses! It's a rip off. Each party should pay their own and stop this nonsense about the house is being sold. That is the objective but who ever came up with paying for every bodies needs to go back to some basics-each party should be responsible for their own needs and that's all. ... more
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
Travis Anderson answered:
YES, you should bother. Call a lender that can lay out a plan for you and a timeline. That way, you can be excited to get going on a plan to buy, even if it isn't in the spring. Don't delay, the sooner you take action on a plan, the sooner you can buy. ... more
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Valerie Hall answered:
You are getting great advise so far. Another thing to check on is....did the seller take out a home warranty when the house was listed? That may cover the ac unit. Then that may solve the whole issue. Depending on the home warranty, the deductible is either $75 or $110. Good luck! ... more
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