This question gets a "whaaa??" In the U.S., such things are called "kickbacks" and are illegal unless documented (i.e. refund, money-back, etc.) Regardless of the circumstances, it would seem that the Buyer has alterior motives. Clarification would be required.
Sellers should pay closing costs in Michigan. However, this is not a law by any means. Sometimes the sellers will offer to pay half, or they may expect the buyers to do it.
This is something that can be discussed during the drafting of the initial contact papers. Typically, the sellers must be out by the closing date.
As the Number of Sellers Increases, the Supply of the commodity Increases. As Supply Increases, and demand remains constant, Prices Decrease.
You have an inelastic product.
A sellers market.
A sellers market
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If that happend, pet sellers will increase the money a pet will cost to do if you'll really take care of them.
Mostly buyer pay closing cost.But Who pays for closing costs may vary depending on the location and the market. Requirements differ in each state and sometimes in each city. For example, sellers normally pay for title insurance in Los Angeles, while in San Francisco the buyer typically pays. In a buyer's market, sellers may opt to cover the costs just to have a better chance of getting closer to the price they want.
It depends on the state law and what the closing documents state. You will need to consult with a real estate attorney in your state.
A reputation system is a popular way to rank buyers and sellers. If you buy an item from a seller and receive the item in good condition and in a timely matter, giving good feedback will increase a sellers reputation.
Sewing machine shops can sell this one for up to $599.00 private sellers a bit less. The shops can support the sale with warranty repairs.
When demand exceeds supply, prices will usually increase. However, prices may not increase if the sellers are non-profit organizations.
If a product is in high demand, the chances are good that the seller of that product is going to increase the price. It is a basic principle of economics.
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Your homeowners insurance premium SHOULD be included in your closing costs. Now as far as asking the sellers to pay for it--you can ask them to pay for anything--it's up to them whether or not to.
Store the goods until the price rises and then try to sell them.
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some sellers benefit and some sellers are harmed.
This is chiefly due to the illusion of money. By definition, inflation is an increase in the general price level. And durable consumer goods and goods that consumers are not likely to buy again for an extended period of time. Therefore, sellers believe that they will make more money if they sell the good when the prices are higher as to increase profit although this belief is offset by an increase in prices of all other goods.
The seller pays a fee for service to the listing brokerage firm and selling brokerage at closing out if the sellers proceed. The agent is paid by their brokerage on a commission split with the firm.
I am not quite sure what the question exactly pertains to, as far as "fees". If by fees you mean closing costs then yes you can. In a purchase you can include your closing costs into the loan by getting what is known as a "sellers concession" Basically the closing costs are added to the purchase price and that is now the new purchase price. To do that first off you have to get the seller to agree to let you do that. Secondly the home must appraise for that amount. Say for eample you are buying a home for 100,000 your closing costs are 5,000. The new purchase price with a full sellers concession is 105,000 on the contract, on your mortgage and on the appraisal. The house must appraise for atleast 105,000, if it appraises for 100,000 then you can't do it. It has to be written in the contract and the seller must agree because they are conceding they could have sold the home for 105,000 but they are selling it for 100,000 and letting the buyer include their closing costs. Sellers concessions can cover all or half of the closing costs. In a refinance you can roll your closing costs into the refinance as long as your loan to value doesn't go over 100%, though some banks will go as high as 125% on your loan to value though I don't recommend it in most cases. Loan to value is your current debt on the home divided by its current market value. A home worth 100,000 with a 50,000 mortgage has a LTV of 50%.
Jonathan Sellers died in 1993.
Jonathan Sellers was born in 1983.
Frederic Sellers died in 1979.