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Home Buying in Millington : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Dec 3, 2012
Locke Haman answered:
No, you should request that the seller lower the sale price to reflect the appraised value since the lending bank will most likely not be willing to loan more than the appraised value.
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Fri May 11, 2012
Shawn Rowden answered:
Hi Jackie, I am a Realtor in the Millington area. I am newer to Trulia and just happened to notice your question posted from a few months ago. If you are still searching for a home you can contact me and I would be more then willing to help you out with your home search! ... more
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Thu Dec 30, 2010
Bill Eckler answered:

You are correct in being attention to your "gut feeling" and do not ignore red flags. The right thing for all sellers to do is disclose, disclose, disclose....but this isn't always the path that is followed.

As a buyer, if you have concern, consider having your agent include an addendum that specifically addresses the issue and allows you to cancel you purchase offer with no penalty to you.

Buyers should always take advantage of their opportunity for a home inspection. This will also help to protect you best interests with regards to issues of concern.

Good luck,

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Sun Feb 22, 2009
Kim answered:
I have a homefor sale that is on 11 acres and connected to state land just a few miles (8) from town. we love it, but due to my husbands job we need to move.
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