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Sun Jul 22, 2012
Stephanie Langevin asked:
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Greer Swiston answered:
Whenever you have a concern or complaint regarding the real estate industry, there are number of steps to take.

1) Complain to the brokerage of the listing agent in question. In this particular case, that would be Daher Companies out of Methuen.

2) Since this is a REALTOR brokerage, they have committed to abide by the rules of the National Association of Realtors ... so you could also contact the local REALTOR chapter (which I believe is the Greater Boston Real Estate Board) http://www.gbreb.com/

3) You can also contact the Real Estate Licensing Board at Ann.Barry@state.ma.us or find them at http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/licensee/dpl-boards/re/about-the-board.html reporting the specific property and real estate agent in question.

For what its worth, the property just closed on November 10th at less than 1/2 original list price. I noticed that your post was in July ... perhaps you had brought your complaints somewhere and it resulted in an adjustment?
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Wed Dec 30, 2009
Tom and Joanne Team answered:
Hello:

I am a Realtor, but from what I have heard in the industry you would get a better rate in the FHA program. Additionally, if you are putting 20% down you could ask the seller to contribute money back to you for closing costs and use this money to buy your rate down. This would be a tremendously creative way. Additionally, most FHA loans are assumable so if the market dips before you want to sell, but interest rates are up you could sell your loan as well. Hope this helps. ... more
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Douglas Ford answered:
No you are not in most cases. You do get a big red flag in your credit report though. It will be roughly 7 years before you can buy agian.
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