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Tue Oct 11, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
I think it should appear on Trulia eventually. It takes a few days for the data to show up.
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Tue Aug 2, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Maybe you need to address this with your listing agent? Nobody here can assist you with that. Good luck!
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Thu Sep 24, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Your agent should be able to edit property info here as well. But I wouldn't worry too much about this one site. People aren't going to buy or not buy a home because of the property description. If it's priced well, and has professional photos, shows well and is in the local MLS, it will sell. If it doesn't sell within a week or two, it's overpriced. We're in a very strong seller's market and most homes are selling within a few days.

Sally Grenier
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Metro Brokers | Grenier Real Estate
sallygrenier@msn.com
303.475.4508 Cell
http://www.searchwithsally.com
http://www.boulderhousesearch.com
http://www.metrobrokersonline.com/agents/Sally.Grenier
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Wed May 20, 2015
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Mon Mar 16, 2015
Michael Glist answered:
For inspection you were never obligated to fix anything. The deadline was more for them to decide if they wanted to proceed and a potential way out of the contract still allowing them to get their earnest money back. Where as now if they back out due to inspection items you are not obligated to give them back their earnest money. The contract itself still lives on just watch the deadlines to protect yourself. ... more
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Tue Dec 9, 2014
Gary and Linda Jacobson answered:
Yes, we can help! One suggestion would be to find a great tenant for your property who can pay the mortgage payment until the time that the market improves. We can sell the condo at that time. This would allow you to make the move into the property that fits your current needs. ... more
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
Gary Gosz answered:
Yes unfortunately circumstances are not good if you bypass HOA payments as they do have power in many cases to put a lien on the home.
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Sun Sep 15, 2013
Lh answered:
Thanks to everyone even a couple of the non-supportive ones. Deal closed went smooth...Maybe I missed my calling as a RS agent.
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Sat Jul 6, 2013
Lynne Wright answered:
Hi Russell. What does your Agent say about this situation? Inspections are always the difficult portion of any sales transaction! However, if you loose this buyer for any reason, a completely different inspector will come out which could be good or bad, and they always find something. Truly. Safety items are what your concerns should be, in this market, I'm CERTAIN they want your house. But your Agent certainly can guide you better than those of us that do not have the entire picture in front of us. Colorado is full of outstanding Sellers that would never want to let a Buyer purchase a home with any safety issues that could jeopardize the health of yourself, while the loan is being done and you still own the home, or when the new owners take possession. Right? Even when an agent sells there home, we go through an inspection and may have to fix things. I hope I helped! Lynne ... more
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Sat Jul 6, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Tim is so insightful.
Just to add; you are obviously working without a Realtor, or you would not have to ask these questions.
If the Buyer also is working without a Realtor, and did not include the normal Contingencies; then you both will end up with what you create; confusion! ... more
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Sat Jul 6, 2013
Russell Nicholls asked:
Our buyer sent the Inspection Report a day passed the deadline listed on the contract. Are we as sellers obligated to fix anything they requested? Also, are the buyers still held to the…
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Tue May 7, 2013
Susan Boyken answered:
Emily,

The first thing to know is that many of your closing costs are negotiable. In the contract, you can negotiate for the seller, buyer, or half and half to pay different costs. Even the agent's percentage is negotiable. If you have an HOA, you can call the HOA for their costs to close and their transfer fees. The title companies also all have slightly different costs depending on who you choose.

I can give you an estimate on how much it may cost, but I would need to find out some of your specifics.

I would be happy to help if you are interested.

Susan Boyken
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Tue Dec 21, 2010
Kimberly Ryan answered:
Kimm-
The 4th bedroom has value to an appraider and will limit your "Buyer Pool" when the time comes to sell if you are only offering a 3 bedroom. If it would improve your home for your family, then make the conversion, but it will not "improve" thavlue of your home and may actually decrease it...
Take a family vacation with the money you might spend on it!

Kimberly Ryan
www.SwanRealtor Group.com
303-523-8333
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Sun Mar 8, 2009
Bob Maiocco - 8z Evergreen/Conifer answered:
Hi Kathy,

The very term short sale refers to the situation in which the proceeds from the sale are “short” of paying off the various liens and encumbrances on the home. These include any mortgages, tax liens, HOA liens etc. I recently negotiated a short sale on behalf of a Seller in Douglas County who had to sell but the value of there home was not quite enough to pay off the first mortgage, never mind the second mortgage or the large HOA lien. After lengthy negotiations I was able to get all lien holders to agree to accept a large reduction in the amount each was owed. One technique that may be specifically applicable to you is a term called the Superlien which holds that the lien value has a cap of up to a total amount equal to six months of regular assessments, plus attorney fees, interest and other allowable items. Although an attorney is best suited to clarify the ramifications of this- it may be helpful if you have accrued a large HOA lien.

I’ve done an extensive amount of work with short sales and will be happy to answer more specific questions when you’re ready…

Bob Maiocco
Broker Associate
The Maiocco Team, Inc.
Keller Williams
(720)273-4262 direct
www.DenversRealEstateNews.com
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