Asked by Tim Moore, Kitty Hawk, NC • Mon Sep 26, 2011
When there is no money going to the seller as proceeds from a sale I understand getting repairs done is tough. But my situation is a bit different because the house makes money. We have homes that rent weekly in the summer months and it is not uncommon to find one that makes $100,000 but is in a short sale position. A house that is rented long term would be the same, it has income flowing in which could be used to repair a window or replace screens or fix a leak. Anyone have any suggestions how to make a buyer happy after a walk thru on a short sale with income flowing in?
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