No. The seller never has to agree to an offer, even if it meets the advertised price. This often happens with short sales, where the home is advertised at a price point that will get a buyer to make an offer, then after the seller accepts the offer, it goes to lien holder for their review and approvsl. The lien holder has absolutely no obligation to accept anything that the seller agreed to. The lien holder has the right to renegotiate any and all terms... more
how do you think why it would show up on Trulia? Is it listed with a Realtor/Brokerage or is it a sale for owner? If listed with a Realtor your Realtor can place it on Trulia if on the local Multiple listing service, if you are selling by owner, you cannot place your listing on Trulia sorry.
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Until the owner signs and dates the contract the owner can continue to look at offers. And sometimes in a multiple offer situation, one or more of the contracts will go over list price....in which case the owner will accept the highest and best offer.... more
Below is a link to the two properties that are available in that subdivision.
I believe the builder was Greater Missouri Builders