PENDING STATUS DEFINITIONS:
Active Contingency Removal - Accepted contracts that have a contingency other than the contingencies in the pre-printed portion of the contract; such as, sale of another house or confirmation of employment, etc. The seller may still consider other offers.
Pending Take Backups-Accepted contract that doesn't have any contingencies except those in the pre-printed portion of the contract; however, the seller will still consider other offers as backups to the accepted contract.
Pending- Accepted contract wherein there are not contingencies or all contingencies have been removed and seller is no longer taking backups.
Hold- Do Not Show- Used when the seller requests that the property be temporarily unavailable for showing.
Withdrawn- Temporarily removed from market for 30 days or less.
Cancelled- Listing permanently being removed from market.
The following definitions are for MLS data purposes only. These definitions are not meant to be given to the general public.
Single Family Homes- A site-built home constructed of various materials. A site-built home may have any number of foundation styles, but a modular, manufactured or mobile home on a foundation is not considered a single-family residence, but are listed in their seperate categories.
Manufactured Home- Constructed in a factory and constructed after June 15, 1976, and transported to the site and installed. If may have one or more sections. The trailer tongue, wheels and axles may be removed, but it is still considered a manufactured home. Built to HUD specifications.
Mobile Home- Constucted in the factory and constructed prior to June 15,1976, and transported to the site and installed. The trailer tongue, wheels and axles may be removed, but it is still considered a mobile home.
Modular Home- Constructed in a factory in complete sections. It never has a chassis, wheels, axle or trailer tongue and must be anchored to a permanent foundation. Built to UBC specifications.