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If the contract is now contingent upon the buyer qualifying for and being approved for the financing as described in the TAR 1901 addendum, then only the lender can advise if the new financial circumstances will qualify the buyer to terminate and receive the EM from escrow. An appraisal contingency where the home don\'t appraise will also relieve the buyer as well. Underwriting will have to look at the buyer\'s file and advise you - sometimes a new job adds new risk factors, not using the intended home as your primary residence (due to a move) may also factor in here as well. Let them have their lender immediately consult with underwriting to see what an be done but accepting a new job offer out of TX is a personal choice so there may still be some accountability here but it boils down to the lender.
Aside from tour links you can also upload your video file to the HAR youtube channel if you go to listing manager then \"select an action\" button next to the listing you wish to upload a video for and you\'ll see the option to upload a video there. There is a limit on the file size (can\'t recall what it is). Alternative is to post a link as others have already suggested.
Go to Add\\Edit in Matrix, type in your mls # in the box to the right, click \"change to sold\" link and change the price there then click submit listing.
Hi, HAR publishes a list but these resources aren\'t \"affiliates\" or recommended by HAR. As someone already noted, TREC regulates inspectors - Here is the HAR link - https://www.har.com/service_providers/inspectors/INSP
It\'s now a custom field in Matrix so on your search screen you need to click add \\ remove fields and search for \"defects\" and you\'ll see you can add it there as part of your standard search.
Look under the \"terms\" field in a classic rental search and you\'ll see \"section 8\" as an option.
Is this for NFIP?
I agree with the posted answers - it won\'t hurt asking for a review if both agents agree on the comps used initially to arrive at the list and buyer\'s offer price. I also had experience where 2 different appraisers appraised (first contract fell through but the house appraised over list by the first buyer\'s appraiser) fortunately there was a backup contract on file but the 2nd buyer\'s appraiser value was much lower, below asking so indeed different appraiser\'s can be way off of each other. Important fact is to review the comps used very closely and question if you think there is a glaring error or mis-step on the appraiser\'s part.
Cancel in advance but put a future date so anyone who was probably planning to be there (rain or shine) can still plan with the future date you post. It\'s a waste of time to have an open house (in my opinion) if heavy rain is forecasted - i.e above 50% rainfall planned (light rain you can make an exception and still ride it out).
It really depends on the area and the months of supply of inventory available will determine if it\'s a buyer\'s or seller\'s market. For Houston cities currently it\'s a seller\'s market (approx 5.6 months of inventory). You can check this by zip code or market area or address etc in the stats reports.
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