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Fri Jun 26, 2015
Aaron B. Lewis answered:
Call me so we can get you some cash for it and into something that works for you.
Aaron B. Lewis
VIE Realty Group,LLC "Veterans Investors Educators" ... more
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Wed Sep 11, 2013
Thea Baker answered:
Most historic properties do have a restoration tax credit for properties built before, I think 1920s. Research Michigan historic property tax credits. This should help you more than being in the NEZ. ... more
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Mon Jan 18, 2010
Nico answered:
Js, thanks for your detailed and knowledgeable explanation. Do you do any consulting? I would like to ask you some questions offline.
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Sun Mar 16, 2008
Melinda J. Robison answered:
John, I would ask your agent. In my area I usually can tell from the listing agents name if it is a foreclosure or not. Then if I can't tell from that, then on my agent report I can see comments that generally indicate the situation of it being a bank owned or a short sale situtation.

The other way to tell is take a look at the tax record. This is public information. Many tax authorities have it on line and you can find out that way as well. If you are in an area where it is not online I would check with your agent.

I hope this information helps! Best Wishes!
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Sun Mar 2, 2008
smith3gary answered:
John, Because you've already viewed the home and spoken to the agent you may not be able to have a Buyers Agent work for you on this home. This is one of the top errors home buyers make. Any Buyers Agent now would have to contend with Procuring Cause

Purchasing a home must be a business decision, please take a moment to review some of the forms used in Michigan so you can make an informed decision.

The home looks wonderful and was originally priced at 975,000. Because this is a very unique home, comparable sales might be very difficult to find. Were you able to view the City of Detroit Inspection report required for any home being sold? I believe this must be less than 6 months old to be valid. There are two choices available, either the home seller must complete all repairs and pass inspection or the buyer must sign an Affidavid of Compliance and Responsibility (ACR) stating they swear to have repairs completed within 6 months. Who do you think should pay for any repairs to this house? How many items might not be up to current code in a 1915 home?
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