Asked by Connie Mitchell, South Padre Island, TX • Sat May 5, 2012
On two instances I have had buyers interested in properties that I sent them information on from my local multiple listing service. During negotiations it was found there was a current special improvement assessment to be invoiced in the future. Both buyers were disappointed the information was not relayed in the original MLS listing information. The buyers both chose other properties for that reason.
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