While perusing the listings for homes for sale (for a client coming in next Monday) my eyes settled on a listing they might be interested in. Hmmm. not bad price and in an area my clients are interested in. We've been working long distance by email, mls site listings sent automatically by criteria and the phone for months now. We pretty much have it figured out what their criteria is, the neighborhoods they are interested in and so forth.
This is how the PUBLIC remarks read describing the property:
Great single family home for first time buyers or buyers looking to move up. One of four homes, at the end of a shared driveway. Missing appliances but good condition - ready to move in. Short drive from (brand name store), other shopping, dining & more! **SELLER WILL PROVIDE 6% IN SELLER CONCESSIONS FOR A FULL PRICE OFFER USING XXXX (company) MORTGAGE**
This is how the AGENT remarks read describing instructions:
Call xxxxx & speak to xxxx or xxxxx to set up showings. **Buyer's to pay $99 doc fee at closing** **Buyer's to pre-qual w/ xxxx (loan officer) at xxxxx (phone number) @ xxxxx (loan company) Mortgage prior to or w/in 48hrs of submitting offer** PLS CALL BEFORE SUBMITTING OFFER!
I don't know if this is standard for other states and their advertising listings ....
can you all enlighten me with your thoughts?