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Mon Nov 11, 2013
Jeff & Michelle Minter answered:
There is currently one rent to own home currently listed in Oregon. If you'd like more information feel free to get in touch.
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Mon Dec 31, 2012
Bill E answered:
So...what is the question that you would like answered before the Realtors all offer contact info?
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Matt Heitmann Team answered:
Hi Anna,

That home last sold in 2006 for $169,900 but is currently not for sale on the MLS. If you are interested in looking at other Oregon homes for sale, feel free to visit the link below.

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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Jason McGill answered:
Craigslist is always the first source I would check, but email me and I can help out too.
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Thu Jul 5, 2012
Charlie Wills answered:
Dear Joe,
If there is an accepted offer you can write the offer and get it accepted in secondary position. There are a couple of ways that you may be moved from secondary to primary position.

First, if the first offer has a "bump" clause, a home sale contingency clause, in their offer. The seller can "bump" the first offer with a notice to remove the home sale contingency and move it forward. If the buyer can not remove it and move forward then they will notify you about moving into primary.

If the first offer doesn't have this as a contingency, the only way for you to be moved into primary is if the buyer and seller mutually agree to part ways. Sometimes this is due to inspection issues and sometimes it is due to financing.

It doesn't hurt you to be in secondary and you never know. The worst case scenario is that you don't get the home. If you find another home during this offer sitting in secondary, you can simply remove yourself from being in secondary on the first home with a notice to withdraw.

Good luck! If you have any further questions about this you can post more or you can email me directly.

Have a good day!

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