Asked by Heather Humphries, Lakeville, MN • Thu Feb 11, 2010
I'm poised to pounce on a home I've been sitting on for 6 months and I'm debating whether or not to have it inspected. At first blush I realize that sounds fairly counter-intuitive being that its a foreclosure. Here's the thing, I happen to know first-hand that the owners were living in it until mid-January, that the ALL of the utilities are still on, and most of the mechanicals were less than 6 months old when I first viewed the home in August. I want my offer to be as strong as possible since I'm in need of financing and I am in the dreaded, highly competitive, low inventory price and location of under $150K in Crystal, MN. I'm putting in a high earnest deposit and would like opinions on whether or not this is a good idea. I haven't discussed it with my agent yet because I don't want him to have a heart attack (he's an inspection die-hard(I am too for that matter but still))....Thoughts?
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