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Orlando Home Buying Fibs

ORLANDO HOME BUYING IS NOT ALWAYS WHAT IT SEEMS...not everything that the seller claims is accurate.  I don't like it when home sellers misrepresent the Orlando home to Orlando home buyers.  Once a seller fibs, what else are they hiding?

Here are some of the things that home sellers fib about to Orlando Home Buyers:orlando sellers lie

1.  The sellers disclosure.  Home seller clearly knows about a re-occuring problem but does not admit that any problem exists...(the same problem that even the neighbors know that the seller really does have and are willing to talk about)

2,  The improvements to the property...Home sellers claim that they upgraded the house, (but really did not)...which they insist justifies the higher asking price.  They will claim that they spent big bucks re-modeling the kitchen...when the previous listing on the house shows that they bought the property with the kitchen already remodeled.

3.  The home repairs that they did...Home sellers say they pulled permits...hmmm, not so...I checked.  They claimed someone licensed recently fixed all the shoddy looking electrical, but now can't get a receipt from the company...sure.

Why bother with a fib?  Why not just tell the Orlando Home Buyer just like it is?  Orlando Home Buyers appreciate honesty.

For honest answers to all the hard questions, call Buyers Broker of Florida  407-539-1053

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 Eve Alexander Orlando Buyers Agent


Comment balloon 5 commentsMike & Eve Alexander • February 05 2013 11:16AM



I think we all appreciate honesty.  Wishing you a great day.  A

Posted by Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy (Napa Consultants) almost 6 years ago

#2 always tickles me.  I see the listing agent write up "Home recently updated" . . . First, defne "recently" because the photos from the prior listing (when it was on the market in 2006) showed the SAME intererior.  Sure, the home was updated, but apparently NOT by the current homeowners. It's best that Orlando home buyers contact Buyers Broker of Florida for honsst representation!

Posted by Carla Muss-Jacobs, RETIRED (RETIRED / State License is Inactive) almost 6 years ago

Eve, Do you find you have more loyalty and better luck working as a Buyer's agent?  I need to truly investigate this since we are Transaction brokers unless we are buyers brokers.

Posted by Christine OShea (Christine E O'Shea Real Estate Broker) almost 6 years ago

Christine, I have been an exclusive buyers agent since I closed on my 2nd transaction in 1992, because I did not like the conflict of interest when working for a brokerage that also represents sellers. 

Every buyer when they understand that a transaction broker offers no fiduciary duties will alway choose to work with a buyers agent.

I love what I do because in every transaction, I know that I can openly advocate for the buyer without worrying about being a neutral middleman.

thank you for asking,


Posted by Mike & Eve Alexander, Exclusively Representing ONLY Orlando Home Buyers (Buyers Broker of Florida ) almost 6 years ago

Eve, you are so correct!   Many flippers are cutting corners and make the home look really good from the outside, but upon inspection you get to see what they skimped on!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (Metro Brokers - House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) almost 6 years ago