Asked by Karen E, Sarasota, FL • Tue Oct 9, 2012
My husband is in Stockton interviewing for a job (relo) and met with an agent (he met at an open house in an area we're interested in) to see a couple properties.
This "agent" told him - NO ONE there will accept an offer on ANY property right now that has a contingency of the sale of the buyers (our) house.
If that's true, how can they even be selling anything at all in Stockton? Only first time buyers or all cash investors would be able to buy a house. Secondly - the market there is DEAD - why make it harder by refusing business?
Something is very fishy about this statement. So I have to ask - for traditional listings (not short sales/REO etc.) is this true?
We are going to be selling our house out of state and require a concurrent close. Selling here first and renting back is a very small possibility, but it's not likely.
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