It does not cost extra to list your property on the MLS. Just make sure that the agent you choose belongs to an MLS that covers the area where your property is located. MLS is your best bet for getting good exposure for your listing but if you are selling a property in Houston and choose an agent who only belongs to an Austin area MLS it is unlikely that buyers looking for a home in Houston will ever see your listing.... more
I actually keep coming across this same question and can offer some great advice. I would list it on a mobile home website that is designed for the quick sale of mobile homes, across the nation. http://www.mobilehomesell.com is a nationwide site that attracts buyers from all over the US. You will have options to list the home out to private buyers looking to move into the home, as well as brokers looking to purchase homes quickly and move them out of the park. Look at all your options and then decide for yourself.... more
Not sure what you mean by mortgage tax?
Typically what you pay should be outlined in the contract.
Property taxes are typically prorated to the closing date with each buyer and seller paying for the time they have the house.
Buyer closing costs or mortgage fees are negotiable. I would think normally the buyer pays, but this is not 100% true...they can be negotiated to have the seller pay.
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