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vikzip, Home Buyer in Westland, MI
vikzip asked:
Is it the sellers responsibility to make sure that the seller can have a thorough inspection? We have an approved offer on a bank owned home. Have been unable to have a inspection due to a part missing from the electrical box. The listing agent has come up with several options ...
0 votes Share Flag Wed Feb 6, 2013 Home Buying in Michigan
Arlene, Home Buyer in Raynham, MA
Arlene asked:
are all the important things working in this house? and, is it vacant? --
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0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 7, 2013 Property Q&A in Plymouth
Melinda J. R…, Real Estate Pro in Hudsonville, MI
Melinda J. Robison asked:
Has anyone ever dealt with a bank foreclosure, where the bank did not want to dewinterize the property for inspections/ appraisal requirement? The seller (bank) wants my buyers to pa ... that dewinterization is part of the plubming inspection! I have never had a bank ask my buyers to ...
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 27, 2011 Agent2Agent in Grand Rapids
Daniel85, Home Buyer in Chicago, IL
Daniel85 asked:
Advice on de-weatherizing a condo I recently bought a foreclosure condo and the bank had the condo professionally weatherized. I now own it and its still weatherized. Is de-weatherizing something I can do myself, and if...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 13, 2012 Foreclosure in Chicago
Mandy Smith, Other/Just Looking in 01757
Mandy Smith asked:
Oil tank winterization? I am trying to buy a short sale home which has been winterized. During the dewinterization they found a b ...
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 18, 2010 Foreclosure in Milford
Matilda, Home Buyer in Burnsville, MN
Matilda asked:
Can anyone tell me how much I can expect to pay to de-winterize a townhouse for inspection? The seller (bank) accepted our offer today & my realtor said to expect about $100-$150.... is this realistic? He is a fairly new realtor & hasn't sold a foreclosed home in over a year. I do not have a plumber of my own, my r...
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 3, 2010 Foreclosure in Burnsville
Karla Lopez, Home Buyer in Los Alamitos, CA
Karla Lopez asked:
short sales whats the difference between short sales & foreclosures?
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 30, 2009 Home Buying
Mary Koenig,  in Burnsville, MN
Mary Koenig asked:
Short Sale: FHA loan and de-winterization On a short sale the FHA appraiser calls work orders which include de-winterizing the home. The lender for the seller, the negotiator, tell me, the listing agent that the agents do not ...
0 votes Share Flag Sun Dec 7, 2008 Home Buying in Apple Valley
John,  in New Hampshire
John asked:
Buyer willing to pay dewinterization for appraisal. Buyer or Bank responsible for reactivating utilities ... Hello,
My buyer is willing to pay to dewinterize a REO property. Who is responsible for reactivating the utilities such as water for the purpose of appraisal? Is it the buyer or the ban...
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 15, 2008 Foreclosure
C clark, Other/Just Looking in 43147
C clark asked:
Realtors: I would appreciate your advice/opinions on an extension request. I put in an offer on a bank owned property on Dec 29th. There was another offer and our offer was accepted, but not until Jan 8th. We were initially going to close on Jan 20th, but sinc...
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 21, 2008 Agent2Agent
LS, Home Buyer in Dallas, TX
LS asked:
Is winterization necessary? Most of the homes I viewed were already winterized however the one that I'm getting has not been. The L.A. told my realtor told have us get it winterized. Does this need to be done? Or how do I know if if needs to be done? I apologize if this i...
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 7, 2008 Home Buying
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