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Lebanon : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 15, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Are you an agent with a listing for sale?? Doesn't look like you're set up as an agent. When you sign up as an agent, you have to enter your MLS info, so your listings will appear here. Then you'll be able to manage your listings (upper right corner).

If you're a home owner, trying to sell your home, Trulia doesn't allow FSBOs at this time.
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Wed Oct 28, 2015
Alicia O'Toole answered:

I recommend you have a realtor represent you. they can help you to negotiate with the landlord and will know what is normal vs abnormal in a sale. If not, price out the repairs, and present them, along with at least 3 examples of properties that sold (in the last 6 months) in your area (with in 1 mile of less) that support your lower price point.

Ex. 123 Main St is .4 miles away and sold 15 days ago, it has the same number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and is in better condition than your property. It sold for $20,000 less than you are asking.

If all of the properties support his price though, you might just have to ask them to do the repairs and hope they agree. A great agent will do all this and more! Good luck and let me know if you need a referral.
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Fri May 29, 2015
Nick Santa Ana answered:
In foreclosure, the title of the home would be very cloudy from start. In some case, the home might have multiple liens on the title (property tax, IRS, mechanic and even child support liens) when listing.

It's a lot easier to just use a title company to clear the title for you, especially when it's a higher-end property and you have money to spare. Before closing, you can also purchase a good title insurance policy will cover all of possible title problems for the new owner.

If you want to check the liens on the title for yourself, you can get an online title report within few minutes on website such as or
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Sun Jul 6, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
I hope you had an agent involved. Liens must be cleared by the Title Company and usually when a problem is found they disclose it a lot sooner than after closing was scheduled.
If the seller is not able to deliver a clean title, you don't want to buy it. There could be several reasonable explanations, such as an old lien that was paid off but not released or someone showing up at the last minute to settle an previously unsecured debt.
Ask your agent and or the closing office for as much information as they have. Once you have an idea of how much the seller owes and what they plan to do about it, you can plan your next step.
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Mon Jun 16, 2014
Misty Smith answered:
I'd be happy to help you find properties that will fit what you're looking for. Get in touch with me if you're interested in seeing a full list of the properties that meet your requirements. Thanks! ... more
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
Pete Spencer answered:
The Photos are an error. This listing is for the barn and 3.4 acres, the house in the photos is across the street and is also for sale for $274,900. There should be a correction soon to the listing - Trulia has aggregated data from 3rd party sources and it often takes longer for corrections to show up. ... more
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Teresa Hough answered:
Nicole, what have you been up to? See you are still answering real estate questions for Lebanon, MO
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Any local agent can provide the information free of charge, therefore consider a call...
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Wed Oct 14, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
Any property best contact a local Realtor who can represent you never purchase a home direct from bank, builder, FSBO, listing agent.

Trulia has many agents in the area sure happy assist you.

Are you qualified for a loan? If not you would need a lender approval letter submit a sales offer. If you are 1st time home buyer receive your tax credit $8K expires on 11.30.09 you need to get moving it takes approx. 30 days close on any home

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Sat May 30, 2009
Nicole Rachel answered:
Morning Brenda, I did a quick search for you and came across a 4/2 on 1 acre on Diamond Road. It is about 2 miles, or so, outside Labanon City limits. I spoke with the owners and they would consider owner financing. Call me if you're interested. Nicole Rachel 417-664-7970 ... more
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