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Old 4/5/15, 12:25 PM
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Good advise. However, this could be negated by a clause stating clearly this flowchart is an example only of a typical/possible transaction. That various factors may make their particular transaction differ from this example. Suggest that they discuss with their Real Estate agent for precise details in their particular transaction.
Like I said; "Consult your agent and attorney regarding the negotiabilty of issues noted in my report"
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Old 4/5/15, 12:35 PM
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How about this;
"Consult your agent and attorney regarding the negotiabilty of repair items in your agreement of purchase and sale"
Will that CMA?
Why would you want to float any info out there that you would have to qualify with a CMA statement? It doesn't add value to anyone.
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Old 4/5/15, 1:43 PM
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Why would you want to float any info out there that you would have to qualify with a CMA statement? It doesn't add value to anyone.
Have you read this thread in its entirety?
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