I would be glad to assist you as I list and sell many units in Parkchester and would be glad to assist you in selling and purchasing a new condo.
You can reach me at 646-773-8347 at your earliest convienance.
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In NJ we do not have any standard commission
you can negotiate with the agent.
If you would like some more advice and representation please contact me.
I have a lot of investors buying in Newark an may be able to get you better offers.... more
Hi, I would look online for more information. As realtors, we are not able to classify schools as "good" or "bad" especially since it is an opinion. Another thing you can do, is take a tour of the different schools, so you can get a good idea as to what you are looking for with your children. Best of luck... more
If you are a for sale by owner the post is not allowed, you can however try blogging about the property; if and when you do list with an agent, he/she can post it for you, ask; or consider any flat fee realty company that feeds into the site.... more
You mortgage company within 30 days of closure will refund any unpaid funds in the escrow account including the reserve. Congratulations on your plan to sell your home! No matter if you are an experienced home-buyer or selling your home for the first time, we are here to help you. This is our home online and we work hard to make you feel at home. Most sellers have a tendency to call a Realtor when they are ready to sell home and after it is sold they then try and get a mortgage on a new home. We at New Penn Financial over the years have seen the pitfalls of this very bad decision, as many sellers have faced the fact that they did not get per-qualified for their new mortgage prior to listing. My advice to you is to allow me to get you mortgage ready prior to any sales.
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You would be well served to locate a local Realtor knowledgeable in Mobile Home sales. There are many issues that can arise with mobiles/manufacured that don't necessarily arise with a frame home.
They will need to know whether it is single or double wide, as single wides are tough to get financing on for buyers. They'll need to know whether it is set on an FHA approved foundation. Do you own the land? Is it merged and taxed as real property rather than personal property?
There are many details that your Realtor must be up to date on. The guidelines for financing on mobile/manufactured homes changes daily.
They'll also need to know the reason for urgency. Being up front with them will help them help you. Whether it's ailing family elsewhere, financial burdens, job change...they need to know what's driving your urgent move so they can best help you.
I wish you all the best!... more
You want to sell the home, and the information you provided the agent is as you state a response to the buyers offer (so yes it is legal). He should of said to you, I'm going to forward your email or your response to the buyer, at which point you could of said ok or no.
I believe it is in your best interest, it is not mis-stating any facts, unless there is confidential information that you did not want to share (which is not legal). He could convey it verbally as well, but something may get lost in the translation and by email you have a paper trail.... more
All real estate contracts must be in writing in the State of Oregon. Your acquaintance would not be able to get loan docs drawn up without a fully executed contract to present to the bank or mortgage company.
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I would suggest you have her closing attorney sit with both husband and wife and discuss the documents they will sign to ease her fears. Then she could sign with POA. Another option would be to give POA To their attorney who she has hired to represent her... more
It's always better to have people looking at your house, than to have no one. I personally bought one of my previous homes, from attending the open house. You can learn a lot of facts about selling at my site.... more
Selling a home comes in fits and starts. There are several front end activities to get the home prepared, staged and photographed and on the market, then there can be a lul of activity. Hopefully if you are priced and marketed well you are getting showings. If you are not getting showings, but are in the MLS, have full color flyers and a marketing plan, it may be due to the price.
I'm a big advocate of reviewing all other factors before I go to price, but eventually it will come down to that or you'll already be sold.
Once you have an offer your agent will be very busy again, updating the CMA's, discussing and preparing your response and ensuring your interests are protected. While you are in the lul phase, the agent is probably reviewing comparable properties, discussing your home with other agents and reviewing the marketing strategy to make sure everything is as good as it should be. Remember, your deal with your agent is probably "no sale, no pay check." They are likely almost as motivated for your home to have a buyer as you.
Here's a question, since you did "everything", did you do as good a job as your competition? Are your pictures bright and clear? Are your descriptions warm and inviting? Are you overstepping your skill set and creating a difficult environment for this agent? If so, consider getting an agent you'll respect enough to allow them to do what they do best.... more