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Tue Aug 15, 2017
asdf answered:
Even if they did know about the appraisal it wouldn't matter. They would still need to get it appraised. It's the sellers loss until someone comes along and finds it worthy of the listed price. ... more
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
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Thu Sep 1, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
Unless the listing agent was the homeowner, they didn't lie to you. It's up to the homeowner to disclose known issues. It's the owner who fills out the disclosure, not the agent. The agent cannot tell you more about a house than their clients tell them. ... more
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Mon Aug 10, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
That's unfortunate that this happened to you. Unless you can prove that the previous owner knew there was drain blockage that they failed to disclose, you will probably have to cover the costs yourself. ... more
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Mon Feb 9, 2015
Gary Swank answered:
While it's always your option to speak with multiple realtors, taking the time to build a relationship with that person who cares the most about your real estate success will go a long way to helping you find the perfect property and engage in a successful transaction. That one person will learn your requirements and hopes for that new home or business. Also, if you've engaged an agent through a buyer agency agreement, don't move to another agent until you've resolved that first agreement. ... more
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Sat May 24, 2014
Jennifer Davidheiser answered:
Your agent should be proactively sending you listings! Good homes that are priced well will not stay on the market long. You don't want to miss out on your next home because your agent was snoozing.

Jennifer Davidheiser
The Real Estate Professionals, Inc
610-587-6602
Jennifer@realestatepros.net
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Thu May 15, 2014
Terry Bell answered:
The market is more complicated than what you are suggesting and that is why you need to work with a good Realtor that understands what you want and will know what you can stretch for. An agent gets regular information on the MLS about how many days on the market a house has been for sale, whether something has fallen out of escrow, and many other situations that can be an opportunity for you. ... more
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Thu May 15, 2014
Terry Bell answered:
Especially since you have frozen ground back there, I would think that you would want to have the pool checked out! There could be cracks, the pump may not be working, or it needs repairs! Even if an inspector wants a few hundred to check things out, if there is a problem, then you will have something in writing to negotiate lowering the price. Most inground pools out here are taxed on property taxes. Do you want to taxes on something that ends up needing to be filled in with dirt! If you can't afford the inspection, you probably can't afford to maintain this house. ... more
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