Fannie Mae Home Case Study

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The home had the “New” logo stating that the Fannie Mae-approved repair contractors had performed certain repairs. The agent provided images and a text into the listing. The images were of very good quality. In addition, one of the front exterior images appeared to be a duplicate.

There were three clear exterior images provided that showed a beautiful two-story Colonial home with a two-car attached garage and a large front yard. There was a detached garage and many mature tree in the huge backyard. One of the front images appeared to be a duplicate.

There were many bright images of the interior. There was a generous sized carpeted living and family rooms with a brick wood burning fireplace. The roomy eat-in kitchen had plenty of cabinetry, a good amount of counter space that included a breakfast bar, and a stove and dishwasher and a slider that gave access to the deck. There were two full sized bathrooms with one having double sinks and three spacious bedrooms with carpet and wood flooring, and closets. Overall, the home appeared to be functional and in very good condition. …show more content…

There was no mention of it being a Fannie Mae HomePath property, nor was there an inviting

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