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With loans I have closed in the past I have seen banks usually pay out about 3% in seller concessions towards closing costs in most cases. All depends on the overall offer. If they do not pay costs you may be able to get a lower purchase price.These transactions usually take a longer time, and I can honestly say NONE of mine have EVER closed on or before their contact expiration date. The bank always seems to drag their feet. I would ask a local realtor in your area about offers on the property - they are the experts and would know best on that. I would say if the bank holds on to a property for along period of time they are going to keep holding on to it until they get the price they want or there may be a major problem with the house where past buyers have walked or could not get financing.Good Luck!Lindsey Bishop :-)
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