Pending means an offer has been made on the home and it is in the process of closing. That said, there are many reasons why a pending property can be re-listed.
Trulia is a platform for consumers to browse housing information as well as a tool for home owners and agents to list their properties. As a result the property listings are manually controlled by the listing agent/owner. The status of the listing is unclear to us because it is in the hands of the listing owner. My best recommendation would be to contact your agent or the listing agent for clarification on the status of this listing.
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They can get you into the homes you want to look at otherwise most agents won't show you a home without funds for that home or a preapproval. Plus they work for you to get the best deal if you got a good one.... more
As far as child support together or not you still will have to continue to pay they will not drop it just because you are back together. I would suggest looking on Craigslist and get an AU Tradeline account added to your credit report that has a long history of good payments and utilization. I did that and was able to get approved after adding that but it only stays on your credit report a couple months so once it gets added go to quicken loans and apply for your mortgage.... more
Price Hill is okay in certain parts but your best bet is zip codes 45247, 45246, 45231, 45239, 45241, 45251, 45014, 45240, 45215, 45216 those are all good reasonable areas with primarily good schools.... more
Sandard contingency clauses will allow the buyer time for an inspection (due diligence) and if financing is involved (a contingency that the buyer can obtain Financing)
Flood zones are public record ... the seller shouldn't have to disclose it because it is readily available. It should also be part of your appraisal package.
You could have done your research and cancelled within your inspection period
Unless the seller lied to you and you can prove this lie, here are the likely options:
Just buy the dang insurance and honor you contract (it's not like the house is not livable) or view the loss of the $1,500 as a cheap insurance policy that got you out of a house you viewed as a mistake.... more