Dear David, I was at an open house listed at $500,000. In the listing, I noticed that the taxes on the property were based on a value of $335,000. In my opinion, this house is a gut job. How can the agent believe someone will pay that price, then still spend a fortune on renovations?
Dear David, Why are appliances, unless they’re built in, being included in so many purchases? Who wants someone else’s old stuff? – CURIOUS DEAR CURIOUS: As the saying goes, one person’s junk is someone else’s treasure. Nothing is written in stone of course, but over the past few years, the pattern in our Region has
Dear David, I sold my triplex a few months ago; it’s supposed to close shortly. The same agent represented both sides. The agreement stated that the property had to be vacant (which created extra costs for me). Now the buyer wants to extend closing for a month while I lose rental income on the empty
Dear David, We purchased our house a month ago. The furnace stopped working this week. Do we have any recourse? – Chilly Dear Chilly, First you need to check your Agreement of Purchase & Sale to see if it allowed for a warranty of the furnace beyond the date of closing (this is unlikely). Most