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REAL ESTATE QUESTION How does the seller have to wait buyer

REAL ESTATE QUESTIONHow long does the seller have to wait for the buyer to get loan approval. We are 45 days past the close of escrow and the buyer does not have the full down payment.

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Sir/ Madam, How are you! May I ask if I can terminate sell

Hi, Sir/ Madam,How are you!May I ask if I can terminate sell listing agreement with an agent? I try to sell my house , at the beginning not too happy with the agents, but I signed the contract already, if I can terminate it? I live in California.I signed a listing agreement with agents(2 person), after I signed the contract, one of agent required me trim tree(too expensive) and other remodeling require of the house, because too expensive, I refused, so they did not put my house on the market until I finished one remodel.At the beginning of listing, look like work so hard with them, they are 2 person, one said good words, one said bad words,but finally you will meet their requirements,and do not know what will happen in the future, feel too difficult work with them, if I can terminated the listing contract? I really appreciated your great help.Thanks and best regards

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My parents have a condominium that they want to sell. My

My parents have a condominium that they want to sell. My mother is unfit to sign any legal document and will be passing away soon(in hospice for 4 months, so far). My father has given me power of attorney to sell his assets. Can I enter into an agreement of sale for their property, or do I need to wait for my mother to pass away?

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I am an RE broker in CA. On of my client sent me the request

I am an RE broker in CA. On of my client sent me the request of cancelation of current listing via email which is due on December 2016. She said that another agent forced her to do so by promising to sell it within a month. The house is $2.5 M, not easy to sell , and I already spent 65 months with open houses, ad and other stuff. Do I have any legal tools to reject her request?

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I am a Realtor in Chester County PA, and last year I had a

Hello,I am a Realtor in Chester County PA, and last year I had a listing, that five days after signing a listing contract with me signed another one with another Brokerage and Realtor! I did not know this, and proceeded to market the property, Broker open signs, elc. lock box, just listed post cards, etc. During the listing process I suggested they get their stucco checked as it has been a problem in our county for years now. It was done by Isg, and the report showed several areas of high moisture. I went over report with my broker and he agreed there was one area that needed to be opened for further inspection. The owners contacted the inspection company and he changed his recommendations after discussing report with homeowners. They decided to seal the areas in question. This reversal caused the sellers to want me to release them from contract. But they had already hired another Realtor long before this issue came up? Listed with second Realtor five days after listing with me! Long story short it is illegal in Pa to work with two Realtors at the same time. The house sold and I lost approximately $15,000.00 in commissions. What are my options as in the listing contract the first question to Sellers is are you currently working with a Realtor? Yes or no? Also second agent had to see my lock box and sign at property as he had it listed as electronic lock box mine! Thank you for your advise in this matter.Best Regards,Rick

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When a sales contract has been signed and the owner changes

When a sales contract has been signed and the owner changes his mind about the sale (The real estate agent made errors in the listing and price) can the owner withdraw the listing.

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This Question Is , Signed with a real estate

This Question Is For Barrister,Signed with a real estate agent to list a property that I own. The agent had me sign a listing agreement lasting for one full year. I didn't read the contract until after I signed it and by that time it was too late. It has been six months so far and the agent has had me lower the selling price four times and seem to be unable to sell the property. I'm now going to loose about 10K on the sale of this property if it is sold this month. Is there any way that I can get out of the listing agreement that I signed with this agent?- Doug Barber

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My realtor represented his mother on the sale of her house

My realtor represented his mother on the sale of her house to me and represented me on the sale of my house. He charged me a 1.5 fee on me buying her house and 7 percent fee on selling my house. He insisted on $50000 earnest money on his mothers house but only asked for $5000 earnest money from the buyer of my house. I've purchased her house but haven't finalized the sale of mine yet. I had said his mother could stay in the house I bought from her until she finds a place or until August 31, now I'm told that means she doesn't have to move her furniture out until that time. My house is supposedly being sold and I must be out the 23 of May, and was told by the realto I can store my furniture in the mothers, now my house until then. I feel I've been taken advantage of

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A realtor approached me with an uncelicited offer from a person

A realtor approached me with an uncelicited offer from a person looking for an upleg to buy my 9 unit apt building . Potential buyer is in a 1031. Can I write a contract with this broker for just this one buyer .broker would get agreed fee and all requirements for California would be included. But if buyer does not buy, that'd the end of this agreement with broker. She cannot bring other offers as part of this agreement or have additional time to try to market and get other potential buyers. Usually I see brokers wanting months exclusive when they say they have A. Buydr needs an upleg. Marty

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