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Home Buying in Littleton : Real Estate Advice

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Lhumby, Home Buyer in Littleton, NH
Sat Sep 7, 2013
Lhumby asked:
Lori Santora, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, NH
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Lori Santora answered:
Hi, I'm a Littleton, NH Realtor with Coldwell Banker. I'd be pleased to talk to you about this, check out your land and help you sell it, if you wish.
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Ken Lambert,  in Exeter, NH
Wed Sep 23, 2009
Ken Lambert answered:
Hi Cab Guy- Also, the registry of deeds up there should have info on the title, and if there are any liens on it, etc. And yes, most of that is available to search online- for free or for real cheap money.

If you need some help, feel free to contact me. Thanks and good luck,

Ken L.
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Tue Jun 9, 2009
Scott Godzyk answered:

The simple question is what is included in your purchase and sales. You would have needed to type into your purchase and sales that the seller will turn on all utilities necessary to complete a home inspection. The reality is if you are buying a bank owned property, in most cases the buyer is responsible for turning on the utilities in their name if they want to test/inspect the water, sewer, plumbing, electrical, septic and heating system. As well if it is oil the buyer will need to put in oil to the tank in order to start the furnace or if gas then turn the gas on in their name. Most listing agents will specify in their listing that the property is sold as is. As well as add the actuall statement buyer is responsible for turning on utilities for any inspections. Your buyer broker should have guided you through this process as sometimes the disclosures are located on the agent only paragraph in mls. You should also note with bank owned properties you need to include any potential items prior to making a bid, as teh house is sold as is the bank will not re-negotiate after you have a home inspection, some banks will not let the contract have teh contingincy and state the home inspection is for your own knowledge.. Good luck with your purchase. ... more
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