Many Agents are not aware of the fair market value difference between a vacant home with no furniture and one that maybe vacant but furnished tastefully. Be certain that it is ... more
That is a good question. Nearly every agent has a LONG list of questions you should (they want you to) ask and each list results in THAT agent being the best qualified!
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Trulia data can not used for appraisal purpose however it gives the consumer a snap shot of a market or potential they may be interested in buying, selling or renting in ... more
What is the agent not doing? How long has your house been on the market? What price range is your home in? If your home is in a higher price range then you definitely ... more
The cost will vary depending on what county you are in and where you are trying to buy. Your agent and/or lender will submit to you a breakdown of estimated cost.
Below are all very good answers but I also wanted to add that it is also very important that you choose someone that you like and trust. You will be spending a fair amount ... more
I believe both have their pros and cons. the split provides a feel of more rooms and space based on their layout. Colonials are very appealing an ... more
When you are interviewing real estate agents to help you with your real estate needs, you should ask for references. An agentâ€™s past clients that are willing to share th ... more