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Home Selling in 91604 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Apr 28, 2017
Vance Walker asked:
Sat Jun 6, 2015
Pat Kapowich answered:
It sounds like the seller was to pay the termite invoice and did not. Let's say the escrow company received the invoice and neglected to include it in the closing settlement documents. Regardless, the agents involved missed it, too.

In these cases, if the seller is unable of unwilling to pay the outstanding termite invoice, the termite company can go after the new owners (the buyers) of the house. This is often when the buyer turns to the agents and escrow company involved for the 'chipping in" and paying off of a outstanding bill.

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Mon Mar 3, 2014
Roy Lhanie answered:
I agree with your agent.
The marker will always decide the price of your home. If you price it lower you will attract more buyers, which means more exposure and MORE OFFERS. When their are multiple offers on a property it gets buyers competitive and they will bid higher. One time I listed a condo for 300k and received no offers, we then lowered the price to 275,000 and the condo ended up selling for 305,000. Get the picture? ... more
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