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Real estate purchases that I regrant

Discussion in 'Adverse Possession' started by digdug5, Jul 31, 2018.

  1. digdug5

    digdug5 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    So let me start @ the beginning I found a retirement house lake view the agent said it was a vary good deal even though it need a lot they accepted my bid We did a walk thru with a contractor it needed that much my wife did not like it do to the work I over thought things and told the agent we are going to back out when she come over with the paper to sign I tried to back out but it was to late for that later I heard her say that she wanted to teach me a lesson. "this is just background"

    We look @ a new house little to soon I was still thinking of the last It was a foreclosure
    The agent said we could not have a home inspection done but if I want thru it I would do just as good if not better that is true yea she played me how she had me sign away my right to a inspector away
    as I did so I still was thinking I was going to go throw it as she said.
    When I asked about it she said it was to late for that I should of ®un but stuck with it my wife liked it

    After it was done and over I found all the problems every widow and door needs to be replaced when I add it up over 50,000 to 60,000 k of wor is there anything I can to like sue the agent
     
  2. mightymoose

    mightymoose Moderator

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    Your post lacks punctuation and is difficult to read and understand.
    However, from what I gather from it you have no recourse.
    Your reasons for wanting to take action are all things that you knew or should have known before making the purchase.
     
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    adjusterjack Super Moderator

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    Sorry, but you made a lot of mistakes that you'll just have to live with.
     
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  4. digdug5

    digdug5 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Sorry for the lacks punctuation and making it difficult to read and understand, nerves.
    So I can't sue the realtor! Yes I made a big mistake to trusting of the agent Thank you
     
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    army judge Super Moderator

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    Never trust any salesperson, especially those who sell real estate.

    Real estate salespeople represent the seller.

    The major function of a real estate salesperson is to extract the HIGHEST amount of money from you for the seller, which means the salesperson receives a higher commission.

    If you ever buy real estate again, do three things BEFORE you sign anything:

    1) Hire yourself a real estate lawyer to review the sales and contract documents;
    2) Hire a home inspection service to FULLY inspect the property on your behalf;
    3) Once you've decided on buying the property, wait at least 72 hours before doing the deal.

    I wish you all the best as you recover from being another victim of a real estate salesperson.
     

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