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Mon Oct 16, 2017
Nicoledayton1114 asked:
A buyer recently viewed the home and make and offer 15K less than my recently lowered price, asking for items I never intended to included in the purchase price, the washer/dryer and freezer.…
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Sat Jul 18, 2015
Munboy asked:
In your experience, what does Fannie Mae normally accept as an offer? I've heard they don't negotiate but curious to know what all have had as experience. Yes I have an agent…
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Fri Jun 20, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
FHA 203K

Portfolio lender.

There is always a chance.
For problems that will not disappear, the sellers choice is FIX or reduce the price to get a cash buyer. Your REALTOR will advise what the market will dictate to the seller. ... more
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Tue Oct 9, 2012
Matt Heitmann Team answered:
Although I agree with Tom Mikel whole heartedly, I also will say that I have completed short sales where an investor short sold his rental and kept his personal residence. There was a partial promissory note involved though. ... more
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Thu Jul 26, 2012
Ginny Damman answered:
I always"say: "If you want it, Buy it" You may be financing then the appraiser will be searching also. Comparative analysis does help but I agree, the seller has a price in mind but it you are an excellent buyer pertaining to financing, that has a lot to do with it. Is it the house you can't live without? You obviously did not view a property you could not afford, I hope. Your agent should be helping you to make good decisions..... ... more
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Fri Aug 20, 2010
Adam Schiedermayer answered:
If you want you can put your address into the Madison School District site ( and it will tell you what school districts that address is in and give you maps of all of those school sites. You can also get all of the school information off of their sites as well. ... more
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Tue Jun 24, 2008
RealEstateGuy3 answered:
I would be very interested to hear if an agant was involved in this transaction. It is possible for an agent to forget, however, I suspect one was not.
In effect, you missed off the contingency, and have no right of recourse from the result of the inspection and if you decided not to buy, you could have yourself a bit of a problem.
However, if both parties are reasonable, you could work something out. (This should be easier with a 3rd party, which is why I asked if an agent was involved)
If you are not happy with the resupts of the inspection and you want out, I would run, not walk to the door of a good Real Estate Attorney.
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Sun May 25, 2008
Jenny Persha answered:
Has an accepted offer and is still taking showings
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