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What type of sale does this involve, is it a short sale?
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Not a short sale. House is being sold by the heirs of the estate. Property is to be sold "as is". We have buyers that will pay cash. I beleive it would be difficult to get a loan. The house is over 70 years old and needs a lot of repairs. Some of the heirs believe that it is not necessary to disclose what is wrong with the house. I would like your opinion. My opinion is to disclose all that is known.
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I sold Real Estate many years ago and it was said; disclose, disclose, disclose. How could you sell property to someone without telling them what you know to be wrong with the house. The heirs are selling the property themselves. We would like infor on an agreement between seller and buyer.
I should say contract not agreement. Is there a web site to download a contract for real estate sales?
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