What is the deal with 8363 Fort Thomas Way. We live across the street and have an interest. It has been vacant for about a year.

Asked by Liz Ellis, Orlando, FL Sat Aug 17, 2013

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Alan Martin, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sun Aug 18, 2013
sorry that one has a contract already. IF you would like to see other homes in that area that are for sale then please go here and put in your requirements. Trulia is a place to have fun but it is not linked to ant real time information feed. But this is !!


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Abraham Bidh…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sat Aug 17, 2013
Hi Liz:

This home is under contract already. Below is the link to similar homes in the neighborhood:


Hope this helps.

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Robert Gagli…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sat Aug 17, 2013
The property currently has a pending contract. The reason why it has been vacant for so long is because it is a short sale situation which could take anywhere from four months to a year or more. Even when all the negotiations are nearing the end the bank may decide they want more money or the buyer may have found another property to purchase. This would start the whole processes over again. That's why people try to avoid short sale properties.
I hope this helps. If you have anymore questions I will be happy to answer them for you.
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Don Shippey, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sat Aug 17, 2013
8363 Fort Thomas is a short sale. It went on market 12/20/12. They accepted an offer same day. They have scheduled it to close on 12/31/13. Being a short sale this is probably only a guess. When a contract is accepted there is no way to know if or when a short sale will close. I hope this answers your question. Many short sales close in 4-8 months from contracting, but it is not unusual to take well over a year either.

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