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Mon Aug 10, 2009
Bob and Richelle Ward answered:
We suggest contacting a real estate attorney in Florida where your property is located. The attorney should be able to tell you the legal status of the property and advise you on what course of action you should take, if any.

Bob & Richelle Ward, Realtors, ABR
Prudential Connecticut Realty
(203) 470-9818
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Sat Feb 14, 2009
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Fri Nov 7, 2008
Jessica Winski answered:
Hi Naydine,

If you are being represented by a Buyer's Agent, you should have the agent put together an offer and send it to the listing agent. The listing agent has a fiduciary responsibility to submit all offers according to the ethics code. At the least, your offer would be considered as a back up. Getting homes closed is hard work these days, especially with financing. I had submitted offers for my clients recently on a short sell that had been under contract 3 different times and could not get closed due to financing and hurricane issues we had during IKE. The listing agent told me that the seller felt he wanted to keep trying with his current contract because he felt he owed it to the buyers.. In the end they still could not get it closed due to financing and they had to start all over. By then my clients had moved on and purchased something else. Keep in mind that short sales can take a while to close and remember the squeaky wheels get the grease. Anything can happen, make sure you have a sharp agent representing you if you need some help locating a good agent feel free to contact me and I will recommend someone that has a lot of experience in your area with short sales.

Feel free to contact me: jessicawinski@kw.com

I hope this helps!

Jessica Winski
Keller Williams Realty- Conroe, TX
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Tue Jan 18, 2011
john doe answered:
A short sale can be a great way to build equity in a home up front. A short sale is subject to 3rd party approval, meaning the bank. Sometimes banks will agree to accept an offer that is less than the full payoff amount. They might want the home listed on the market until they feel they have received the best and highest offer and not accept the first offer that comes across their desk. If you have a specific time frame you want to move into a home, it will not work on a short sale. You work in the bank's timeframe. ... more
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Fri Jul 27, 2012
Louise Warring answered:
Hi Megan -- Yes, it is. http://floridamoves.com/property/PropertyResults.aspx?Search… You can view it and other properties in Holiday, Florida by visiting my website at http://www.Floridamoves.com/Louise.Warring

Good luck and Happy House Hunting.

Louise Warring
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
Web Reference: http://FloridaMoves.com/Louise.Warrig
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Sat Aug 30, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
In most instances NO the property is held liable. We have determined that NEW construction COULD be more fleixble than existing property with high occupancy.
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Mon Aug 3, 2009
Natalie Barone answered:
,14-,16 depending on what part of Holiday you are looking at.
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Sun Apr 20, 2008
Martin Wise answered:
In most states, the answer would be NO. It is always best to contact an attorney for legal advice however, and I would do this IMMEDIATELY.

In most circumstances, only the registered owner may list or sell the home. As long as you have not given your wife power of attorney to sell on your behalf or a court has not ordered the sale of your home.

Check with an attorney though - this is too important!
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Wed Apr 16, 2008
Hi answered:
wait another year and the price will have dropped another 50%
2009 is your lucky year, and you will pay cash for your holiday fl house.
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Tue Feb 19, 2008
Eva Erdmann asked:
I have been looking for a friend who used to live at 3560 Burntwood in Holiday ,his name Mr.Wellington and I received some info about a house at Wellington str.That's not what I have be...
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Sat Dec 22, 2007
Larry Smith asked:
what do you think 2530 blossom lake drive is worth high and low
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Sun Aug 5, 2007
Bridgette Kostek, REALTOR, Coldwell Banker M. M. Parrish answered:
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