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Tue Jun 11, 2013
I guess so.. i didn't notice the date until after i posted..
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Fri Apr 13, 2012
Patti Ann Kasper answered:
If the repair items are minor, the lender is not at all likely to fix them. Bank owned properties are "as is". You basically have to decide whether to take it or leave it. Ask your Loan Officer to hold off on the appraisal until you make this decision. You don't want to end up paying for an appraisal on a house that you aren't going to buy. If you decide not to purchase the property and if the purchase agreement is contingent upon the inspection, then you should get your earnest money back, but you will not be reimbursed for the cost of the inspection. ... more
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Wed Apr 11, 2012
Nina Harris answered:
An offer is not binding. Until contracts are fully executed, you are not bound to the1st house and can put in an offer on the house you like better.
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Tue Mar 27, 2012
Ronnie answered:
Wed Jun 24, 2009
Michael Emery answered:
I have talked to an attorney about this specific question. The answer is no, you can't write multiple purchase agreements on multiple properties.

If you want to speed the process, have your agent put language in the purchase agreement that the seller must respond to your offer within 48 hours or the offer is null and void.

The 'three day rule' applies to purchases made on the internet. Unless there is specific language in your purchase agreement, (in the form of a contingency) there is no such thing as a 3 day grace period.

Frankly if I were a seller, and I had multiple offers on a property, and your offer had the 48 hour contingency or the 'we're writing multiple offers' contingency, your offer would go to the bottom of the pile.
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Mon Jun 15, 2009
Elizabeth Fuller answered:
Work with your agent to cancel the agreement and get your earnest money back if you do not wish to purchase this property. Be fair to yourself, the sellers, the agents involved and the house - these homes need owners who will love them! Liz 612-986-4105 ... more
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