SeaWolf wrote: flotsamnjetsam wrote:
WOW! That was fast. Was it underpriced?
If not, that's awesome that it sold so fast. Good luck in your new house. You'll love the extra space.
NO. The other two offers wants to stack thier closing costs into thier loan. That would have had to make our house appraise for $145,000+. There was no way that would have happened. We could have priced a few thousand dollars more, but we wanted our house to sell. I would have like to profit $100,000 over our price from 7 years ago, but I'll take $95,000.
I find that to be weird that rolling closing costs into their loan would depreciate your homes value. When I bought my house, 1 year in april, I rolled everything into my mortgage. the only out of pocket expense for me was the home inspection. I got the house for the same market value it was listed for. I actually made money at closing because the peeps I bought from lived in there for a month, so I go one months rent at closing.
and my good faith money back.
BTW the value of my house has gone up 70k or so in the time Ive been there, in the 10 years the guy I bought it from, it only went 100k
BTW2 Congratulations on your sale. it's good to have some cash now to put into all the things you need to do on your new home.
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