How hard could it be?
08/08/2014 | Author: Marty Kramer
You may have heard radio ads this summer that point out how complicated real estate transactions can get. There are literally hundreds of ways your real estate transaction can present you with a “What do I do now?” moment.
Here are a handful:
- You need to negotiate the mineral rights with the sale of a ranch property.
- A home is located in a flood plain and requires flood insurance.
- An investment property you’re considering has a tenant who says he won’t vacate the property.
- You need the proceeds from selling your existing home to afford purchasing another home, but don’t want to move twice.
- A fire damaged the property after you already had an agreed-upon contract.
- The seller said he had an existing survey, but he hasn’t provided it by the deadline.
Fortunately, as the radio ad says, you can hire an “uncomplicator.” Contact a Texas REALTOR® to advise you on how to make your way past any rough spots on your way to a successful transaction.
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