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 how does this happen?
Posted by notarydi/CA on 7/14/19 12:57pm

A real estate question.....

So, the house next door to me sold for $670,000. Appraisal came in at $670,000. Seller was selling this house to buy a house for her daughter down in San Diego. So, 3-4 weeks into the transaction the buyers decide to get their own appraisal. It comes in at $652,000. They demand a sale price reduction to the $652,000. or they're backing out. Seller is between a rock and a hard spot as she's in escrow on a concurrent property down in San Diego. She can't afford to lose the one down in San Diego and try to re-sell the one here, so, she caves and agrees to the $652,000.

That's just not right to me. How can this be legal? Is that how real estate is done these days?
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