Q: Selling hse as tare dwn
if I sell the house as a tear down and they don't tear down house can I get them for more money
A: Dear Tear-Down Seller: I am not clear by your question if you are in the marketing analysis stage or if you are actually under contract. If you are under contract then the reply to your question is: no, a Seller (you) has no right to ask for an increase in sales price once you are under contract for a fixed price regardless of what the Buyer decides to do with the property. If you are still in marketing stage and you believe the property is capable of repair (rather than tear down) then pursue a marketing plan that shows that potential value and price the sale accordingly. JIM GREER is an attorney licensed to practice in CA and CO and has specialized in real estate matters for the past 30 years; nothing herein shall be construed as the offering of legal advice insofar as Mr. Greer is not in an attorney-client capacity with the inquiring party. 858.481.9006
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