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Home Buying in West Columbia : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 21, 2014
philhead1 asked:
The house when fixed should be in the $325,000 range but I feel that might be hard to move in West columbia
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Mon Mar 8, 2010
Rosann Tate answered:
It doesnt finish what you dont have. used mobile homes take a higher credit score and are harder to get a loan for.
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Mon Feb 9, 2009
Andrea Demopulos answered:
Robelin there are several properties available in Angleton. If you have not already started your search with a Realtor, I would be happy to help.
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Mon Dec 29, 2008
Bruce Lynn answered:
What does your realtor say?
All properites are basically "as is" with no implied warranty in my opinion.
I think what they are telling you is that it is an old house and they don't want to do any repairs.
I have often negotiated around this "as is" information anyway.
Let's say they tell you it is "as is" and you agree, then you do your home inspection and find out it needs a new roof and you cannot get insurance without the new roof. That might be a case then where the seller is then willing to put on a new roof to get the house sold. If you have an option period you can always try to renegotiate or back out during the option period.
I don't remember ever seeing a seperate "as is" addendum other than for foreclosures. Is it a promulgated form or have they drawn it up themselves. Please tell me you are using TREC contracts and not something from an office supply store or off the internet.
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