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By Lawrence T. Mraz | Agent in Metuchen, NJ

How to buy or sell a house!

The real estate market is continually changing, but one thing remains the same.  That's the fact that buying or selling a home is a major financial transaction that needs professional management throughout.  This is why you need the help of a real estate professional during the course of the entire process.  If someone is selling a home on your own, they are often referred to as a FSBO seller (For Sale By Owner).  One of the first things a FSBO seller should realize is that most of the buyers looking at their home are also buying on their own.  I call them BAHA buyers (Buying A Home Alone).  A BAHA buyer is looking to buy a home from a FSBO selelr to SAVE THE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION - the same real estate commission that the seller is trying to save!!  So you get a buyer and a seller both looking to save the same expense and often unable to make a deal or agree on price.

The list of tasks that are required to complete during the buying and selling process is enormous, and constantly changing. A REALTOR® is a real estate professional adhering to a strict code of ethics.  They are always getting updates on the latest real estate trends and news, attend educational seminars and training sessions and they deal with these issues daily.  We act as coach, counselor, advisor, confidant and friend not only during the transaction, but for years to come. 

So why take a risk with such an large and important financial transaction?  Call a REALTOR® TODAY!  

If you need help in selling or buying a home,  or have any other questions, please give me a call or email me. 

Lawrence T. Mraz, Realtor®-Associate, Prudential NJ Properties, Metuchen Office,

Phone:  732-494-7677 ext.339, or email Larry.Mraz@PrudentialNewJersey.com 

Larry Mraz cell phone:  (732) 715-5849 (cell)

Or visit my web site at www.PrudentialNewJersey.com/Larry.Mraz 

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