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That's a great question. With home prices so affordable why not buy one for cash. There are townhomes with garages and yards for less that 50,000. There are homes in that same price range. You might find they need paint and carpet, usually a new owner does that anyway. If you want some homes to look at, please check my site... more
Sammy I think you should call a local extemrnating company for that advice! If you don't know the name of one, I am sure Google can help you out. You may need more than just a can of spray.
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I would be happy to help you!! Please contact me asap so I may begin to put your wants/needs in order.
David Scott Moore
Horizon Realty Group
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Summer - Did you have an agent help you make this purchase? Have you asked your agent these questions?
Normally when purchasing a home with a pool, your lender (not the selling lender) requires the pool to hold water whether or not there is pool equipment that works or pool equipment at all. If is possible you're confusing lenders. Most financing lenders, who ever you're getting your financing one, is the one making the demand about the pool being repaired.
Also, you can have your home inspection which has nothing to do with whether the pool has water in it or not. However, if there is no power for you to test the A/C, or its just the thermostat that's missing, you need to talk to the home inspector about how to handle testing the system with no thermostat.
Again, your agent should be helping to manage all these issues. They should have advised you this could be a problem when purchasing a bank owned property.
Banks sell houses AS IS, meaning they don't guarantee that anything works and its up to you to do your own due diligence, which is what home inspections are for. You only have so much time in the contract to perform your due diligence, so don't wait on having an inspection. Again, where is your agent?
The only thing the banks usually want to see is if the pool holds water. If it does, they'll usually loan on it. So I don't understand what's with the pool unless its your lender causing you the problem, and if that's the case, you may need to change lenders. Where is your loan officer? This is something they should also be advising you on.
It sounds like you're not getting very good representation, however, you are in escrow so you need to manage what you've got. Call your agent and have them help you with the home inspection issue and the pool. Call your loan officer and find out if its just this lender that's having issues about the pool or if you can change lenders. Remember, you're under time constraints in the contract. You're the client and they should be helping you with these things.
Good luck on your purchase. I hope it works out for you.
Rosen & Company West
Hi Shelley, according to the MLS this house is still on the market. If you have talked to a lender already and are comfortable with the loan programs they are offering, I would be glad to represent you and make an appointment to show you this home. Or, if you want to see homes in Henderson similar to that, I can show you those to. Call or email to me. John@john4realty.com or 702-808-9816.... more