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Wed Oct 25, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Every buyer has the right to do a final walk thru. This is the buyer's final opportunity to cancel the transaction if the walk thru is disappointing or does not meet the buyer's contract requirements. Yes, a buyer can hold up the closing of escrow. You need to know that once the buyer closes escrow, anything wrong with the home after that point is the buyer's responsibility. Don't you think that buyer wants to verify everything before closing escrow? This is what the final walk thru means. ... more
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Wed Jul 26, 2017
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Wed Jun 14, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
Did you know you can manually edit your listing and upload your own photos? Also, keep in mind that MLS feeds can sometimes take a day or two to populate these websites.
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Tue May 16, 2017
Arpad Racz answered:
Hi,
They have most likely accepted an offer and are in contract.

Kind regards,

Arpad
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Tue Apr 4, 2017
Zigimedrud asked:
I am on a page that is telling me to push the button to continue, but it won't press
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Mon May 30, 2016
Kathy Hagerman asked:
Mon Jun 8, 2015
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Thu May 7, 2015
Kodylawrence6 answered:
If it is a pest inspection I would assume that the entire area would be inspected. If anyone would choose where to inspect I would assume that it would be the owner, potential buyer, or the inspector. However if you really want to be cautious then I would make sure all area is inspected. http://www.jha.com.au/building-and-pest-inspections ... more
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Sat Nov 8, 2014
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
Typically, yes. It is a standard clause in the purchase contract. The occupants, however, do not usually need to have vacated the property prior to the walk through unless specified in writing. ... more
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Sat Oct 4, 2014
Mercedes Van Pelt answered:
I would recommend you call a really reputable lender (if you want a referral let me know) and they will walk you through the process. There are a lot of great options but sometimes you need affiliations as in credit unions or USAA. A lender can walk you through what is the best fit for you and your needs. ... more
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Sat Oct 4, 2014
Mercedes Van Pelt answered:
I specialize in the are of Golden Hills of Redondo Beach and recently ran some numbers. The inventory is extremely low so in the first half of 2014 there have been 57 homes sold. Of those 57, 34 of those homes sold at or over asking price. That means that 60% of the time saless were at or above asking. ... more
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Mon Feb 10, 2014
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Real Estate agents are not Structural Pest Inspectors. They can recommend Termite Inspection Companies they have used in the past and had good results with. They can recommend expanding the inspection to include garages, outbuildings, etc by suggesting that to their clients. ... more
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Ellis Posner answered:
Sounds to me like the seller may have received a better offer and is trying to get out of the deal. He can not unilaterally decide to change the terms and conditions he agreed to. Otherwise what's the point of a contract! If you have not removed your contingencies you should be fine. ... more
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Ellis Posner answered:
Most termite companies will offer some warranty of their work. However if they didn't do any work and only provided a clearance that's something different because as you correctly point out the swarming may have occurred recently. If it is a reliable local builder they may be willing to help you out as well assuming their reputation is important to them. Incidentally, this is not an uncommon situation whether it is new construction or a resale, unfortunately. ... more
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
JR Thrasher answered:
You would have to formally dissolve the HOA, which is probably not a good idea as you have an "undivided interest" with the other owner. You are trying to save a couple of $$$ but it could turn out to be a big headache for you.

J.R. Thrasher
www.SanDiegoRealEstateVeterans.com
619-929-0105
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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Lynne Pope answered:
45.75 % with small vacancy factor and the rest owners. Its interesting but if N and S Redondo were separate then the rental factor is higher in N Redono. Many streets have 2 on a lot and its very dense in the 2 blocks south of Artesia Blvd. Some streets are one way as a result. I got the statistics from my market leader site log in below.

http://www.realestate.com/local/market/CA/Redondo+Beach/
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Tue Nov 13, 2012
Martha Alonso answered:
Keith my bad I thought you were responding to me regarding the listing. I didn't even look at the email trail. Anyway this unit faces North awesome views of the Redondo Pier, Sand, Pier Portofino all the way to Malibu. ... more
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Wed Nov 17, 2010
Michael Diamond answered:
For any legal questions/help needed, please consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate--have all your related paperwork reviewed and see exactly what options you may have--then go from there.
You could have your agent speak to the sellers agent, If it can't be solved, you should be entitled to be get all your expenses back.
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Sat Oct 9, 2010
Royal Real Estate Group answered:
Average day in market for house before home sold in Redondo Beach in 3rd quarter of this year (2010) is 69 days for zip code 90278. Average list price in Redondo Beach, Ca 90278 is $690,407 (3rdQuarter) . ... more
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