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The price fluctuation of land is not usually directly tied to the "type" of land (and by type, I presume you mean zoning for what it could be used for). There are a huge number of factors that play into
Your best approach would be to hire a large international commercial brokerage to handle the listing, preferably one with offices in India. I'm not familiar with the area so I'm not in a position to recommend
I think you're going to have to ask a real estate attorney in AZ, as I'm in CA and the laws are likely different here (plus I'm not an attorney). I would guess that if they cashed your check, then they
If it's an innocent error (such as putting a decimal point in the wrong place or leaving out a zero), then it is unlikely that the seller would be forced to stand by that amount. If the seller puts a teaser
I understand the situation, but I'm not exactly sure what insight you're looking for. If it's the issue where you only have expense data for 1/2 a year, then you would need to try and get the missing expense
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