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Sun Dec 30, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
No one has to sign anything. There could be repercussions if they don't but without seeing the contract details it is difficult for us to know. I have gone to many closing with unsigned documents still unsigned and closed just fine. Your agent is correct to proceed as if it will close. ... more
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Tue Nov 8, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
First of all, are you working with a REALTOR? If not, you need to be. These transactions can be tricky, and you want someone working for you as a Buyer's Agent. If you are, then you should be contacting him/her with these questions and they can guide you through this process.

Just because it says "as-is" doesn't mean you can't back out of the contract. It just means that the bank isn't willing to do anything to fix the problems.
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Sun Oct 25, 2009
Amador C. Melgoza answered:
Hello Janet, this is Amador Melgoza from Keller Williams Realty. First off, congrats on being approved for a $150,000 mortgage. Are You a first time home buyer? If so, jump online to my website and receive a free home buyers guide book free. Most likely the bank will not allow You to borrow more than the purchase price as spare cash out. You might have to get a seperate personal loan if needed. The best person to advise You should be the Mortgage Banker who approved You for $150,000 loan, he is the bank rep. I hope I helped answer Your question?

Thank You,
Amador Melgoza
Keller Williams Realty
35427 Dodge Park
Sterling Heights, MI 48312
Direct: 586-979-3129
Cell: 586-801-2672
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