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Chevy Chase : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Marion Williams answered:
In my opinion, the role of a title company in the event of fraud; the title company is a third party who doesn't represent neither the Buyer nor the Seller. The title company represents the contract and they adhere to what is written on that contract. So they must provide all information, documents and knowledge, relevant or unrelevant to the transaction, in my professional opinion. But over all the best answer I can give is to seek legal counsel. ... more
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Wed Aug 21, 2013
Mo Davis answered:
Hi Edna,

We wouldn't have access to that kind of information.
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Mon Mar 9, 2009
J R answered:
I agree with the other responses that your price is too high. You might want to try taking it off the market for a couple of months or more as the listing has surely grown stale at this point.
Every month your house is off the market you're losing equity. It isn't like the old days, buyers will know your house was listed, then it wasn't for a few months and now it is again. Just drop the price to where the comps show it should be and get out as much equity as you can: NOW, not in a few months.
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