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Brian Teyssier

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59 Recent Sales (last 12 months)

Realtor, GRI, CRS, e-PRO, SRES (9 years experience)

Specialties:
Buyer's Agent,
Listing Agent,
Relocation,
General Contracting

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  • 23 Best Answers,
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Is a real estate amedment legal if there no begin or end date?

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Amendment?  You mean addendum?  There really shouldn't be a start or end date on those.If you mean the contract?  There should be a closing date.Come to think of it, there shouldn't be a start & end date on any real estate contract.  Maybe for contractors performing work on your property?

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can a seller use the buyers appraisal if the sale falls through

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Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com.Use for what?  To show a perspective buyer what it appraised for in a previous deal?  yes.  A new buyer with a new lender will have a new appraiser go out.  So, it is a reference tool only.

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what are deciding factors to change realtors when time is up

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Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!Well, obviously they did not get the job done.  Define "time is up".  Is that a 1 year contract or 60 days.  If it is a year & it has not been sold, I would say a fresh approach is needed.Good luck & if you need a referral for Park Forest, DM me.  I know some good Realtors there.

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