Question: Why Would A House Say Pending Continue To Show?

Pending continue to show means that the seller is moving forward with the current buyer in good faith.

However, the property will continue to show through the listing agent.

If the status of the negotiation goes to pending, then the deal will likely go through to the tune of 90 percent.

What is the difference between option pending and pending continue to show?

Option pending means they have an uted contract and are in the option period (inspection time). Pending means that the option period is over and they’re waiting to close. Pending continue to show is when the option period is over, they’re waiting to close, but between that time, they are taking back-up offers.

Can a realtor show a house that is pending?

A real estate agent is not only allowed to continue showing a home that’s already under contract, he’s encouraged to do so in the best interest of his client. Likewise, homebuyers are also encouraged to view homes that are under contract, or pending, as the status is often referred to on multiple-listing services.

What does it mean when a house is pending for a long time?

When your real estate listing goes from “active” to “pending,” it means you’ve accepted an offer, but the sale hasn’t closed yet. During the time your home is pending, a lot of things happen, including the buyer and seller working together with their real estate agents to clear any contingencies.

What does pending but continue to show mean?

Pending means that the seller does not want to show the property to any other buyers at all. Pending continue to show means that the seller is moving forward with the current buyer in good faith. However, the property will continue to show through the listing agent.

Why is my option pending?

Option Pending means that the Seller has accepted the Buyer’s offer, but the Buyer is still under the option period, which is a unilateral contract, during which only 1 party is obligated to perform- the Seller, and the Buyer has unrestricted right to back out of the contract.