Please respond to the inquiries already presented by other agents.
What is the benefit you see in a option to purchase?
Who told you about these programs?
What was the outcome of their involvement?... more
I'd be happy to help! I am very familiar with the area. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com or call my cell at 215-630-5870. We can set up a search for your specific needs right away. Hope to hear from you!... more
You've already gotten a few answers to your questions from a lot of great agents, but I wanted to provide you with a link to the property in case you had any other questions about it! I also wanted to let you know that you can set up a search on my website, www.kimberlyrock.com for properties like this, and others in the general area - it will send you a daily alert of new listings, so that you are always the first to know! :)
Here is the link to 417 Main St:
Now is a great time to make an investment in real estate, but be sure you work with a lender who understands your specific purchase profile. I just had a failed transaction because the conventional lender would not allow an investor to purchase a condo in a particular community due to the overabundance of investors (versus owner occupants)!! Condos are not always easy to finance. Do your homework early to avoid disappointment.... more
You say the issue was raised at inspection. What was the resolution. Was it part of the inspeciton report? if yes, what was the Seller's response? Since you seem to have seen the holes, were they totally hidden before and during inspection? As Dan Tabit pointed out, your agent and seller's agent need to address this. Have they done so? If so, what? Wish you good luck!
RAMESH JAIN, Broker of Record, Landcorp International, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org... more
HI! Home Sale Contingencies can be confusing for Buyers to understand. On one hand, the Buyer believes their offer has been accepted and they move forward with inspections.......but in reality, the Seller is actively continuing to market their home for sale [except for the first 20 days in your case] in hopes of finding another buyer who does NOT have a home to sell.
This type of contingency gives a Buyer a "foot in the door" but they risk having it closed in their face in the event a Seller finds another buyer with better terms.
Important to remember: If the Seller receives another offer during the contingency period, and the Buyer (now given 48 hours to remove the contingency) is successful in proving he can continue the purchase without needing to sell his home first, THEN the contract continues with NO OTHER changes. The original Buyer does not have to "meet or beat" the other offer's terms.
Hopefully your agent is competent to explain this in terms that you understand. Good luck!... more