Real Estate, etc... by Eric Michael: Day 24 of the 31 Days of December Challenge

Day 24 of the 31 Days of December Challenge

Day 24 of the 31 Days of December Challenge

Hi everyone.

Today I talked to the seller of one of my listings. We're having a little bit of a difficult time coordinating things with the buyers on the deal we're putting together to sell her house. The buyers want to wait until after this weekend to bottom line the PA and have their private inspection. Of course I'd rather all of this have already been taken care of, but what can I do?

This year was our turn to host my wife's side of the family for Christmas Eve Dinner. It was a total success. I'm stuffed. Great people and food.
Of course, there were the typical questions... "How business?" (not bad, but could always be better), "When's the market coming back?" (it'll be a lot longer than you think) and "How much is that house? You know, the one on that one street, be where that one guy used to live?" (umm, you'll have to give me a little more info than that, like maybe the address).

So there we go.

Hope the kids have a good time in the morning.

Merry Christmas to all, and to all...

Good Night.




Eric Michael, Real Estate Professional
Remerica Integrity, Realtors
41000 W. 7 Mile #105
Northville, MI 48167

Cell: 734.564.1519

Fax: 248.912.9996

Comment balloon 3 commentsEric Michael • December 24 2010 11:05PM


Eric ~ since I am not familiar with the terms in your area, what is "to bottom line the PA"  Merrry Christmas.

Posted by Dawn A Fabiszak, The Dawn of a New Real Estate Experience! (Private Label Realty ( Denver metro area, Colorado) about 8 years ago

Eric ~  Sort of going through the same thing with a Buyer in town this week -- hopefully will write their offer next week and we will do everything via FedEx!    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Posted by Tish Lloyd, Broker - Wilmington NC and Surrounding Beaches (BlueCoast Realty Corporation) about 8 years ago

Dawn, sorry. Sometimes I forget we all have our different lingo's. The buyers sign the Purchase Agreement (PA), then the sellers sign, accepting the offer. The Bottom Line is when the buyer signs or initials the PA again, acknowleding that it's been received. Now that i'm typing it, I can see why it's confusing. lol

Tish, good luck to us both.

Posted by Eric Michael, Metro Detroit Real Estate Professional 734.564.1519 (Remerica Integrity, Realtors®, Northville, MI) about 8 years ago