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Old 09-18-2009, 06:25 PM
 
Location: Weaverville
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It took a week for the appraisal to come back--today as a matter of fact. Buyers agent called ours and let her know we had appraised at least at full value and to expect a release on the contingency in the next day or two. I asked the folks up the street that just sold and they never did hear what it appraised at. But since they closed OK they had to assume it appraised at least as much as the agreed price. Since the appraiser basically works for the buyer you may never know exactly what it appraised at as long as it was enough. If it appraised for more than the agreed price you won't know that either!
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