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Wed Jun 10, 2015
Melissa Crespo answered:
There is no HOA dues for this community that you identified. Please let me know if I can send more listings in the area. I currently have a 5 bedroom 3 Bath home with Bonus Room in the Dover area. ... more
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Wed Nov 5, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
It is now November. Did you decide on West Chase, New Tampa or South Tampa.
All are great places to live. The BEST place for you depends on many things.
If you are still looking, give me a call.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence,
Broker/Associate
Remax
Palm Harbor FL
727.420.4041
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Wed Oct 16, 2013
Tracy Hoyt answered:
Jean,

How can I help you with 2112 Martin Rd in Dover. Are you looking to view the home?

I would be happy to answer your real estate, mortgage or insurance questions. Please review my profile on Trulia and send me a message.

No pressure, just help.

Respectfully,
Tracy Hoyt
Realtor
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Fri Oct 4, 2013
Don Blockel answered:
Hello, If you are looking to get pre qualified or have questions abouit financing, please give me a call. 727-365-3133
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Wed Dec 19, 2012
Nicole Kraus answered:
Hi David,

Depending on the price point and location of your home, I may be able to facilitate a sale with one of my cash investors. Please feel free to give me a call at (813) 657-7653 (SOLD).

Warmest Regards,

Nicole Kraus
Signature Reatly Assocaites
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Thu Nov 22, 2012
Shelly Drost answered:
I will typically suggest that if the home is older, they may want to consider a home warranty. For a small cost, it gives peace of mind and it does cover quite a bit, especially when you are a new home owner. ... more
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Mon Nov 22, 2010
Bill Hays answered:
The answer is absolutely yes and to be told that it is not, bank approved or otherwise, is just not good advice. It's the kind of advice that some double ending listing agents give a buyer who calls on their sign.

Seller's nor their agents nor the banks determine sales price - the market determines price. Homes will sell if the price is right. So if the bank's approval is above the what the market is willing to pay, the house isn't going anywhere. They may approve what they may like to get, but that doesn't mean the house is worth that amount. Really, the seller's negotiator has some work to do to help the bank see what the magic price point is.

You have to determine for yourself what you think the house is worth and make your offer based on that. The bank approval maybe right on - it may be way out in left field. If a another buyer is willing to pay more than you are, then don't sweat it and move on to the next house. Bottom line, you need to know your market and be confident enough to know when the bank and the listing agent for that matter is out of line.

Lastly, different banks deal with short sales in different ways. in some cases, short sale approvals expire - so a new offer means a new negotiation.

BeachBrokerBill
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Thu Oct 1, 2009
Angela Davis answered:
Commissions are negotiable. 3% is the going rate. Remember, agent is working for the Buyer, lots of work is need such as legal paperwork, inspections, closing ect.


Thanks,
Angela Davis - Associate Broker
GRI, CLHMS, CRS, AHWD, CNE
Million Dollar Guild Member

Signature Realty Associates
Direct: (813) 545- 3118
Fax: (813) 643-5776
www.Go2TampaHomes.com
www.AngelaSellsTampa.com
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Tue Mar 24, 2009
Trey Miller answered:
Heidi,
Assuming you are not talking about an auction, the answer is no. While that may be the balance or payoff for the home, the bank expects to get market value or near market value for the home. So, when a home is listed as a short sale or is foreclosed the bank will be sure to get as much as possible for the home. For a short sale this is accomplished by the bank ordering a Broker's Price Opinion (BPO) when an offer is sent to the bank. For a foreclosed home the bank usually does an appraisal before they put the property on the market. Although I have recently seen overpriced bank owned homes, which is a mystery to me.

Best of luck!
Trey Miller
Prudential Tropical Realty
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Sun Mar 22, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
If you have an executed contract signed by all parties your money has been paid for escrow all other offers are considered as back up offers.

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~ National Featured Realtor and Consultant, Lecturer regarding Credit Repair, Mortgage Loan Officer ... more
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