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Old 04-11-2019, 06:59 AM
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Thank you, I just sent him a message.
That really is the best thing to do. Frank D'Angelo is highly respected in TV. In our case, we purchased a new home that had been built by a company called West. When we arrived for our final walk through there was a rep from West here in the house, he walked through with us and picked up on several things we would have missed. For instance, our home came with blinds and there were no blinds, there was a chip on the back edge of the gas stove, I would never have seen it. The house had not been vacuumed. He made just one call and everything was done.

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Old 04-11-2019, 07:45 AM
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There has been a home inspection with suggestions for repairs. This would be second home inspector as the first home inspector doesn’t do a walk through.

Jazuela’s story is frightening. I don’t see the sellers taking the bathroom though, I suppose they might, but the seller went back to NY. The house is vacant when I saw it. I just want to see everything working in the house.
They did it because of the copper piping. Worth a small fortune at the time. They absolutely gutted the place to get the metal.
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Old 04-11-2019, 07:58 AM
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That’s one scary story about the home being stripped. We closed on the home we purchased long distance, we did hire a home inspector, then the morning of the closing our realtor Leigh Ebersole did a walk thru for us. Leigh was great and she had our trust so her word was as good as if we had been town to do the walk thru.
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You were lucky.

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Old 04-11-2019, 02:57 PM
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Jazuela I just reread your post and it happened to your relative. I’m sorry he had to go through that. It is horrible. A good warning.
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Old 04-30-2019, 06:56 PM
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Finally, my husband and I are official Villagers.
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Finally, my husband and I are official Villagers.
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Old 04-30-2019, 07:24 PM
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Congrats Velvet. You made it across the line a few days ahead of us. We are also excited about our upcoming change... but we still have a lot of moving to do ... ugh
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Sorry, but I am not incorrect. Real estate agents do not have a contractual agency relationship with buyers. A fiduciary duty is totally different from a legally binding agency contract. The only legally binding agency contract is between the real estate company and the seller. If the buyer does not pay any money to the real estate agent, then there cannot be a contract. Basic contract law. If a buyer tried to sue a real estate agent for improper representation, the case would be thrown out of court because they do not have a contract for representation. Sellers do have a contract. That is the difference.
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