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We are interested in a home that's in closing.Wat will our chances be to get it if we mke offer

  • November 29 2012 - US
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More/clearer information is needed about your scenario.

Best wishes from So-Cal and good luck
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What do you mean by in closing? Does it already have an accepted offer? You really need to know where they are with the other offer. If all of their contingencies have been removed and they are just waiting to close your chances are probably pretty slim. But if they have just accepted the offer and they buyers still have to get financing, have a home inspection etc. you may have a much better chance.
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You say it is in closing, are you saying someone else has made an accepted offer and it is in the process of closing? And you want to know if you can get it by making an offer on it now? If that is correct the only way will be if the buyer now drops out or defaults and does not close on the house, then the owner could accept a new offer once the current one is dead.

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