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Cash is king but in order to maximize your position omit the appraisal contingency offerwise it's not nearly as attractive in this market. Be prepared to show proof of funds prior to writing the offer. Good luck.
Give me a call at [Removed by Zillow Moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy.] I would need to get more details but I may be able to help you. Thanks, David Clegg
Real estate agents and real estate attorneys perform different functions. Attôrneys deal with legal and title issues. Agents deal with marketing, market value, and contract negotiation.
I am very experienced and will be glad to discuss your situation, how I can help, etc. I have helped numerous buyers in the Royal Oak and surrounding areas. [deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines] Please check out my reviews and feel free to give me a call.I agree with Mark's comment regarding being more concerned with your lender needing to be very familiar with MSHDA. I can refer you to a lender that knows what he is doing as well.Thanks, David CleggHall & Hunter RealtorsBirmingham, MI
An agent must inform the seller of all offers that have been submitted by a buyer. Back-up contracts are ones that will come into effect only if the orginal contract is terminated. In my market most sellers are hesitate to sign back-up offers. There are plenty of buyers and there is no need to do so.
Kim, I am a local Realtor and will be talk to speak with you daughter about the market. I work in Royal Oak and the surrounding areas. Thanks, David Clegg 248-688-8388 email@example.com
Zillow information is at best 3 days old and 70 percent correct across the board. Sometimes it takes a week or more for new listings to be found by Zillow web crawlers. Your Realtor can manually add it to Zillow in the meantime.
I'm about 45 minutes away and can connect you with a reputable Realtor in that market. Feel free send to me an email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, look hard at that VA option before you pull the trigger. There are significant fees involved and you may be better off with another type of loan - especially if you have a downpayment.
Read your lease. If the fee is mentioned in the lease and was not paid for whatever reason the lease must be followed.