[Can]My wife and I listed our house for sale on June 15th, on June 25th we accepted an offer on our house. On June 26th, we put an offer in on another house which was accepted. Today we sat back and looked at everything and feel as though we made a wrong decision. No home inspections or anything have been completed on either side yet, they are both set for Aug 4th. Is there anything we can do to back out of the purchase of the new home as well as the sale of our home? If so, will we face any penalties?
So I’ve been working with a realtor for two weeks now. I need comps pulled on my house, I’ve got a meeting with the board of Equalization tomorrow morning to convince them that my property taxes shouldn’t go up 28.05%.The guy isn’t getting me the info. Is always something. I know this isn’t a give deal to him, that’s finhe, but now I’m in a bind.Can anyone do me a favor. I’ll pay, I’ll sing your praises, whatever you want. I’m desperate at this point. Just need a simple report pulled from the MLS thing for my area.4 bedroom, 2.5 bath I’m in st. Louis mo, 63125, I can send you my address
I divorced in 2003. I have questions around an agreement I’d like to “unwind” from my divorce; specifically my ex-husband and I decreed to keep joint ownership of a small condo we bought for his mother.He and I made a handshake agreement that ‘someday’ he’d buy out my half (which isn’t a lot, I estimate $62,500) and he has offered to start the conversation about that a couple times in the past ten years or so (I have the emails) but then just falls off the radar and doesn’t take it any further.I find at this time I could really use that money and since he won’t really talk to me or follow through with anything I am wondering what my options are here. I do have a call out to the lawyer who originally handled the divorce but am wondering if anyone out there has any similar experience.Ex husband probably doesn’t really have much money but he comes from a large family and they have money and I feel like I don’t really owe his mom a house. I’ve hung in there like a champ and I have ZERO contact with any of these people in the past decade except the couple of times my ex husband emailed me.
My good friend is currently living in my house, and is preparing to get a mortgage to buy the house in Sept. My question is, would it be best for me to get an agent to work with? How is the sale value determined, appraisal/market value?
I get the feeling I may need to file a rather large claim of possible issues with my new construction home. However, I am having a hard time getting a hold of the builder and knowing for sure what address to send the claim to. What can I do to ensure I get this handled properly? I feel like I may have been scammed in terms of the new home I had made and it not being done right at all. It just has too many problems for a new place.I know most will say to contact a lawyer, but I have in the past and they mostly say they can’t help until a professional comes up with the details and estimated costs as well as proof of builder neglect. How do I get a hold of someone besides a regular inspector? The inspectors always tell you to contact professionals but for something like foundation, I am unsure who to call.This is in the Tennessee area.
We are early in the process of selling our house/buying a new house. We do not have an agent yet to sell our house. A house was just listed that we like.Would there be any issues to use the listing agent of that house to sell ours?Any conflicts of interest?Would it be better to use a different agent to sell our house?Thanks
[Indiana] When I search my own address every website like realtor, trulia, redfin, etc… etc… has my house shown as a 3 bedroom when I really have 4. Everything else seems correct. My house was built in 2015 with and has always had 4 bedrooms from the day we signed to build it. I’m assuming all these places are getting the same info from some sort of master record, but I don’t know what that is. My question is, do I need to track that down and do I need to correct it? I’m not worried about these real estate sites, but I am concerned with the source info like when I get assessed for taxes, or go to sell this place years down the road. Do I need to get it corrected or is it no big deal?
USA: I’m trying to wrap my head around commissions between buying and selling agent and the subtleties and why each one charges different amounts; is there a place I can go to read more about this?
Hi everyone! First time posting in the sub, but I’m in a little over my head here!My boyfriend  and I  have been together for five years. We’ve been living together for 4 years in Connecticut, in a house he owns (obviously, with a mortgage). After a lot of thought, we’re going to make a jump and move to Virginia.We started looking into properties, but he really has his heart set on building something. We found a really reputable builder, a great subdivision, and if we go with this builder, the lot & cost to build the house is going to be a package deal.Now, here’s where I’m lost. I’m pretty sure I’d be eligible for the first-time home buyer program offered by the government, but if we buy together, and because he’s already a home owner, would we still qualify?I’ve been trying to find a mortgage counselor or consultant, but I’m striking out there, too. Any advice on how to find one would be greatly appreciated, too! I just want to get all the information I can before I go to a mortgage broker and ask for a mortgage. Thanks in advance!
Maryland. Maryland location Maryland. Dumb bot doesn’t know what Delmarva is. So Maryland. MDI’ve been using realtor.com, zillow, trulia, and redfin. realtor.com rarely has HOA fees listed but Trulia and Redfin almost always do. But they can be COMPLETELY the opposite in price. Just as an example, Trulia has the HOA fees for this house at $600 a year. Redfin, meanwhile, his it at $233 a month. Obviously that’s a huge difference when it comes to paying the bill. I see this kind of discrepancy quite often. Does anyone have input on what sites are the most accurate?