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A few hours ago
Lisa.t.mooney answered:
You have to make him/ her meet board members I believe to see if they will accept person to buy after that I believe you need a closing lawyer to help. I have a question how did you find a buyer I may have to do same as well, three years a realtor had listing and almost went to closing but it went belly up. ... more
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A few hours ago
raymon333 asked:
I am looking to sell my home in The Villages. I found an agent and negotiated a 5% commission. I was ready to sign the contract when I noticed a $198 warehousing charge plus she wants to…
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Earlier today
Scott Godzyk answered:
Nothing is automatic. You need to discuss that with your listing agent. If you want to show, then show. The first option should be to chose the offer that is the best and has the best chance to close. Counter on contingencies. Focus on closing the sale, not a back up offer that could upset buyers who dont have a chance to buy ... more
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Yesterday at 11:41am
Andrew Sterling answered:
It's not true that simply adding a closet converts a bonus room into a bedroom. It takes more to make a room into a bedroom. Size, location and windows all are factors that influence that outcome. In the real estate listing world an agent wants to get the maximum potential of a house hence they think that simply adding a closet will get them a higher value. In reality to convert a room into a bedroom you will need to pull permits and change the city profile to reflect the additional room in the overall sqft. I can help answer more of your questions if you call me at 888-221-6663 ... more
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Yesterday at 11:08am
upstate ny asked:
so I am selling my home in upstate ny and not using a realtor, not by choice but because lack of funds. Now I had my attorney write up the contract and the buyer is planning on stopping…
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Yesterday at 7:38am
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Fri Mar 24, 2017
Hstephamark asked:
I put a home out on Trulia over 72 hours ago and it still has not been listed for sale...it is a home at 545 Norton Gibbs Dr. Ithaca, MI 48847...can you tell me what I might have done wrong…
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Fri Mar 24, 2017
Mrspaulspence asked:
Hello. There is a listing that Trulia keeps showing for sale. However, this home sold back in 2015! Even the listing agent is no longer an agent, as I just called her and she explained…
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Fri Mar 24, 2017
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. answered:
With ll due respect Trulia is not going to call you and guide you through listing on their site. That is not what they do. Listing properties is what agents do. And if you cannot figure out how to list on the internet, how are you planning to draft legally binding contracts with your biggest asset? I HIGHLY suggest you use an agent as a misstep could cost you a LOT more in legal fees and issues along the way than commission; this is coming from a real estate attorney as well as agent and we see it all the time. ... more
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