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Cross Lanes : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 27, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Tammy,
No listing was attached, but that's okay. Any local agent can look up the home you are interested in and give you the information you need. Find a great agent, and check out this home and any others they suggest so you can make a fully informed decision. Best of luck. ... more
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Thu May 15, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Any issue that has been resolved by a professional in a proper manner should overcome this. If you did the repairs yourself, and are not a contractor and the repairs don't appear to be done well, you could have an issue.
Rather than ask your Agent, ask your lender. Agents sometimes aren't the best source of advice on loans, and lenders aren't always the best source of advice for some home buying issues.
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Thu May 31, 2012
Stephanie Pickens answered:
The housing market is booming right now. There are so many great homes on the market in cross lanes. I am a REALTOR for Real Estate Central my name is Stephanie Pickens. Call me I would love to help. 3043896025 ... more
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Sat Mar 31, 2012
Worried Owner asked:
Home owned free and clear. Owner has "lived with" defects for decades. Therefore, no former owner or insurer to look to for compensation. Non-defective home in area are selling…
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Mon May 18, 2009
Karen Barrett answered:
Contact your lender and tell them what is happening. You may find that your lender might be willing to do something here, remember they have a vested interest here too. Did the appraiser say what the home would be worth if the home were corrected? Did you buy the home as a foreclosure or did you deal with a homeowner? Were Realtors involved in the sale? Talk to your neighbors and find out if the previous owner or listing realtor or even your realtor knew about the defect? Realtors and owners are to disclose ALL known defects. How long after the sale has it been since you discovered the defect? You'll have to do some investigation work here. By the way, Did you waive inspections? If you had an inspection, was there any note about this on the inspectors report? You have some work to do here, but if you feel unsafe in the home, go with your gut feeling, start calling people NOW. ... more
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