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unethical real estate transaction?

CALIF.-commercial property (resdential): is it legal for proposed buyer to make all necessary (roofs,walls,plumbing,etc.) repairs in order to secure loan? what garantee do i get, i any to be approved and if not how can i retrieve my money for repairs? plus there's an existing tenant-what to do about them?

  • February 01 2010 - G. L. Garcia
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You should hire an attorney to protect your interests. Anything less is too risky.

  • February 01 2010
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It is legal, but you would protect your interests by having the work covered in legal documents.  See a real estate attorney to cover you.
  • February 01 2010
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