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Angel Calzad…, Real Estate Pro in Fort Lauderdale, FL
 With unlimited access to educational resources and information, consumers generally choose real estate agents based on trust, either real or imagined. That's the reason the majority turn to friends and… Read more
Blogged Wed Aug 20, 2014 by Angel Calzadilla General Area Home Buying Home Selling
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Alex Lavrenov, Real Estate Pro in Long Island City, NY
Alex Lavrenov answered:
Is it a good time to sell on Long Island (suffolk county) or should we wait.?
I would recommend contacting a local brokerage, just going off the NY area in general inventory is relatively low and demand is high, it is a decision which must be discussed with a loc ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 7, 2013 Home Selling in Long Island City
Bruce Ailion, Real Estate Pro in Marietta, GA
Low inventory and rising prices have created a situation where multiple offers in hot markets are increasingly common. When prices are rising and new listings are priced using 3-6 month old comparable… Read more
Blogged Fri Apr 5, 2013 by Bruce Ailion Home Buying Home Selling Investment Properties
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Harvey Heit, Real Estate Pro in Long Island City, NY
Long Island City, Queens, New York, once the Industrial center of New York City, is now in the limelight as one  of the premiere NYC neighborhoods to live in. The neighborhood is the first Queens neighborhood… Read more
Blogged Wed Dec 29, 2010 by Harvey Heit Market Conditions Home Selling In My Neighborhood
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John A Casel…, Real Estate Pro in Long Island City, NY
John A Casella answered:
Marketing a great ESTATE SALE 2BR @ $340 in the Queensview Homes NORTH section of Long Island City, Queens. If I have over 3000 inquiries, why is no
Rough public housing project right across the street, value is more like $275,000 at the high end, $250,000 is more like it.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 22, 2010 Home Selling in Long Island City
Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743
Gail Gladstone answered:
How do I disclose my listing address?
If you are part of the Long Island board of Realtors, call LIBOR/MLS at 631-661-4800 and ask for the tech department. I am sure they can assist.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 19, 2009 Home Selling in Long Island City
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