How do you make an offer and see property?

Asked by Liz, Sunset, UT Sun Jan 4, 2009

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Alma Kee, Agent, Tampa, FL
Mon Jan 5, 2009
Dear Liz,

We can make an offer contingent on your inspection that will allow you to "walk away" if the house is not to your satisfaction at the price you are offering. That way if we cannot get access to view the property (the owner will not allow showings), it may allow you to buy it before it becomes available to the general public.

It's possible the Seller has already satisfied the lien and this property is no longer in foreclosure. There are currently 2 properties on W. Sunset that are in preforeclosure status. There are approx. 40 new "lis pendens" Pre-foreclosure properties in 33629.

Please let me know if I can help you.

Alma Rose Kee, P.A.
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.
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George W Tay…, Agent, Tampa, FL
Mon Jan 5, 2009
A property such as this in Lis pendens may not actually be "for sale" as far as the owners are concerned. Buying a property in pre-foreclosure sometimes involves approaching the borrower/owner directly and offering to buy the property. This may not go over very well if they are trying to negotiate with the lender or find another way to save their home.
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Julia Vakule…, , Tampa, FL
Sun Jan 4, 2009
It's very easy. Here's all we need from you:
1. Exact name of buyer to appear on offer.
2. When you would like to close (closing date).
3. How much escrow deposit are you putting down? (usually 1%)
4. Are you financing? If so how much down?
5. Any additional terms you like to include.

This is actually ready for you to sign. Just call or email.
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Kathy Delhaes, , 33606
Sun Jan 4, 2009
This house is in South Tampa, in the Sunset Park area. I live and work in this area, and would be happy to help you find a home here. Please feel free to contact me through the links below.
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Myke Atwater, Agent, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Sun Jan 4, 2009
As a buyer, it costs you nothing to use the services of a realtor, and we can be very helpful at assisting you throughout the purchase process. I would highly recommend that you contact someone who a friend or neighbor or co worker has used and liked rather than the splashiest ads or biggest ad in the phone book. But definitely use the services of a realtor--they can access the properties easily and assist you with putting together your offer.
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