superduper, Home Buyer in Atlanta, GA

Is there any structural issues with this property. I'm living in another state and would to know B 4

Asked by superduper, Atlanta, GA Tue Apr 7, 2009

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James Dudley, Agent, Suwanee, GA
Wed Apr 8, 2009
Sounds like you need to hire and Inspector & Structural Engineer.
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Carol Wilson, Agent, MARIETTA, GA
Wed Apr 8, 2009
All of these answers are correct. I specialize in Short Sales and you must understand that most short sales are similar to foreclosures in that they are almost always sold "as is". The lender generally will not make repairs or warrant the home and the Seller has no money to do any repairs. Any professional Realtor will urge you to have a thorough inspection during your Due Diligence period. If you find there are problems, then you will need to decide if they are major enough for you to walk away or if your "deal" is good enough to take the chance and make the repairs after closing. Good luck, do your homework and you will be fine.

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Cathy Muzzy, , 30305
Wed Apr 8, 2009
The Seller has stated in his Seller's Disclosure Statement that there is nothing structurally wrong with this home. I would caution you to spend the $300-$400 for a professional inspection before making an offer (as this is a short sale and any recourse you have after closing will be nil). I also would caution you against buying anything site unseen. The Buyer must always beware.
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Jennifer Mac…, , 30097
Wed Apr 8, 2009
Only a compete inspection would determine if there are any structural issues. Give me a call to discuss your time frame to move to Atlanta and when you plan to visit and preview property. Once you make an offer, I have several inspectors I can recommend.

Jennifer Macie- Keller Williams Realty
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laurie cass, Agent, Atlanta, GA
Wed Apr 8, 2009
I looked at the Seller's disclosure and they have answered "no" to any structural issues. The house looks very nice inside as well and it's in a good location. If you are interested in pursuing it then you should make an offer and then have a thorough property inspection. Is there a reason you are asking about structural issues?
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davidwbrower, , Woodstock, GA
Wed Apr 8, 2009
The only way for you to determine that is to hire a professional inspector. If you need me to recommend a few, I'd be happy to provide some names and let you know anything I can find out for you. Let me know how I can help.

David Brower, Assistant Manager/Realtor
Crye-Leike Realtors
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