I am looking into selling a 3 bedroom , 2 bath 3 living area in Denton. About 1900 sq feet. My kids are graduating this summer from UNT. The house is in perfect and fully updated. I spent a lot of time looking before I bought and I had a team of professionals helping me. You will find the houses very close to the university over priced and there is a very high amount of homes with foundation problems. What price range are you in?
ps. be careful using inspectors on the foundation. I also had an experienced general contractor look as well. I think the soil must be moving in that area.... more
Rarely.....but it depends on the situation. I've seen it go both ways. The banks I have worked with might consider it if you have a contract in hand from your buyer and can provide all the documentation of the sale.
Sales contract, preapproval from your buyer, etc.
If it is just a straight contingency to sell your home and it is not on the market or you don't have a buyer in hand, then this is much more difficult for a bank to consider. If you have strong non-refundable earnest money or something you can offer them again they might consider.
Here is a link to all the foreclosures I currently see in Denton if for some reason the one you have your eye on doesn't work out.
If we can help you in any way, just let us know.
Oh without a doubt.. I would not put that past these people either.. Hey at least the appliances (stove / microwave) were still there.. But then ask yourself, doesn't that seem a little strange too.. Oh, forgot to mention that they took 1 light fixture and 2 medicine cabinets, a shower rod and shower head.. But no sweat, not our problem now.. They really need to get someone to help that understands how $7,000 can save you $25,000+ in the end..lol Never mind.. I know that would be asking to much of our elected folks....... more