Asked by Nc27407, Jamestown, NC • Thu Mar 29, 2012
This property has been on the market for over 6 months, and is marketed as below tax appraised value(dubious). I at a very fast first glance really did not think the property was a fit for my needs and continued to search. A few months later, I re-visited the property and over the last month have been back twice to review it. I have a buyers agent working for me, and I've asked them first and then had them inquire with the seller "what is the reason for the low asking price or what is wrong with the property (beyond what we can see)". I was told the seller just wants to move on, and that there has not been really much interest. I finally decided to make an offer. During my very FIRST contract offer(includes a comprehensive addendum of conditions, 17% below listing price), the listing seller told my agent rep that there is an out-of-town buyer coming this weekend to preview the property. Friends have told me this could be an RE tactic. Looking for opinion and advice. Thx
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