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Wed May 13, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
If you're trying to sell by owner, you cannot list it here on Trulia.
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Wed Jun 4, 2014
lskall05 asked:
I have been using your site for a year. I am now ready to buy. ???? What happened???
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Mon Jan 21, 2013
Shane Renard answered:
That would depend on repairs needed, and can quantify to the seller the reduction of price.
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Mon Jan 21, 2013
Shane Renard answered:
Any finance institute is going to look at credit score. To purchase a home you need a 680. He will have to get a loan to cover the majority of this land contract.
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Mon Dec 3, 2012
Egr answered:
I have a new house that one can buy with no money down. Call 920 242 2734 or email egr@netzero.net
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Mon Dec 3, 2012
Egr answered:
I have new houses that you can buy with no money down. egr@netzero.net ask for Gene
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Fri Sep 30, 2011
Mark Cherney answered:
Although Green Bay really have few neighborhoods that would be considered undesireable, 811 S Irwin is located in a popular area known as Astor Park. This location is convenient because it is neaer both a East-West main corridor ( Mason Street and a North-South corridor ( Webster Ave) and you and drive to most parts of the metro area in 15 minutes or less. Astor park consists of affordable homes in neighborhoods that are primarily made up of Owner Occupied homes. ... more
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Mon Mar 2, 2009
Keith Sorem answered:
Tina
Anything is possible. It just requires money.
My guess is that the buyers can prove damages, meaning the seller will have to "buy them out.".

Your profile says home buyer. If you are the buyer, then I would talk with my Realtor and find out why they want to cancel the transaction. There may be a compelling reason. Find out.

I am not an attorney. This is not legal advice. I would suggest getting the facts, then assess your damages, and perhaps come up with a range of responses:
Heck no, I am going to force you to let me buy
Okay, you have a good reason for not selling now, but I have invested time and money
Somewhere in between.

Good luck.

For a new perspective, put yourself in the seller's shoes. Sometimes that helps you see what is fair.
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