Monthly Archives: May 2006

No buyer signing

It’s 10:30am and the buyer didn’t show up at 8am like he said. The earnest money is being wired into my account as I type. Update: The earnest money is in my bank account! Some how it doesn’t seem like … Continue reading

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Buyer agent called… it never ends

After we put the house back on the market the buyer’s agent called and said that they still want to buy the house. I told them that they would have to pay a $1,000 penalty and close on Monday, but … Continue reading

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Contract cancelled on SFH#1

The buyer’s agent did not call me back so this morning I signed a release of escrow money form and sent it to the title company. As far as I’m concerned, the contract is cancelled. I’ve called APS and turned … Continue reading

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No extension yet?

Not sure what’s going on, but I didn’t get an extension to sign from the buyer today. The house is officially out of contract as their first extension expired yesterday. The buyer’s agent is also hard to get a hold … Continue reading

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Buyer wants another extension for SFH#1

So I get the scoop today from my realtor. The buyer is out of town and cannot sign the loan docs. First thing that comes to mind is why don’t you fed ex the docs over and have him sign … Continue reading

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Primrose – no go, this time is final!!!

You may remember I was talking about this pre-construction house called the Primrose about a month ago (link). Well I drove by it a few days ago and I can’t believe how fast they got the house up! It’s been … Continue reading

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Is cashflow king?

Robert Kiyosaki has always stressed cashflow. However, if you actually play the boardgame Cashflow you will soon realize that to win at the game you should start by going for cashflow. You should actually go for capital gains. This brings … Continue reading

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