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94127 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Dec 18, 2013
J Mario Preza answered:
Information is obtained via MLS, and as such, is transmitted either complete or partial based on the source (and/or if Trulia's strategy is to secure a "lead").
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Tue Nov 13, 2012
Jed Lane answered:
From the time line you've presented it is clear that you need to find an attorney and get very aggressive in extracting yourself from this transaction.
My opinion from your description, your agent (and supervising broker/manager) should have been working with legal counsel long before this point. As soon as the seller's documents were late they should have been getting things lined up to extract you if the other party failed.
The escrow company can't take any action unless it is agreed upon by both parties. It has to remain neutral. Your steps now need to show the other party that cooperation, returning your money or transferring title, is the best and least expensive option. In other words damages when you win your case will far exceed the pittance they are claiming they can keep.
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Sat Mar 21, 2009
Robert Spinosa answered:

I posted a blog here on Trulia called "The Rules of Refinancing." Check this out, and let me know if you think I can help. I am local and can certainly address your specific questions about determining the financial break points for making a refinance worthwhile.

Thank you!

Rob Spinosa
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