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1 buying lot on Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:40 pm


Arresto Menor
ibeninta namin yung lupa namin sa mababang presyo dahil emergency during my mother's death, after 5 years gusto kung bilhin uli. at pumayag naman at may patung na. binigyan akong presyo at sinabihan ko siya na ok bilhin ko pero magloan muna ako at bayaran ko siya after few months. nagkasundo kami at tru txt lang ang communication namin because were both ofw. after a week later nag demand cya ng downpayment so na ipit na naman ako dahil wala sa usapan namin yun, but nabayaran ko cya. after a couple of months humngi siya ng pabor na dagdagan niya ang price medyo 20 percent sa price of some reasons, pero at ang dagdag within 10 months, so  nag ok ako kasi mura parin ang lupa. at saka nalang daw niya maibigay ang papers kung fully paid na ako. so feeling ko parang walang concrete na usapan at naiipit ako dahil wala sa plano at usapan, abusive act na dahil hindi ako nag rereklamo at alam niya na interested ako at kaya kung magbayad.  please need your advice.. the involve was a relative of mine at ayaw ko naman na masira relation namin because of money. tanung kulang kung is this an abusive act of confidence,,, swindling?

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2 Re: buying lot on Sat Feb 20, 2016 3:42 am


Reclusion Perpetua
Well. Perhaps "swindling" is a to hard word, but it's something like that. Sometimes some relatives are worst...

Can you prove the deal by saved messages and such?
What does your relative say about it, when you ask why he try to change the deal?
You say it's cheap still. Perhaps your relative have found out he agreed to a to low price and have regrets. So perhaps you can agree to renegotiate the deal, if he stop trying to change it after that?

You have better chance to get better answer than mine Smile if you post your question in the Property section, because perhaps the Property specialists don't look here.

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