Listing your home with a Realtor is the best way to accomplish your goal of selling the property. Interview Realtors in your area to determine which one will be able to market your property to reach the largest audience of potential buyers. Multiple resources are at a Realtor's disposal and over 90% of buyers begin their search on line. Be comfortable with your choice of Realtor and ask them to indicate where on the web your listing will be seen. Combining all types of marketing along with the right price should sell your home.... more
I just sold a home with multiple offers, clean as a whistle million dollar home, that also had a trash/horder next door neighbor, with grass growing out on the street, and a pile of garbage in their back yard. I advised my sellers to at least pay for (and ask first) their neighbors front garden area adjoining their property to be cleaned up and cut down by a gardener. The neighbors happily agreed to have that done, and my sellers also asked, if they could take away to the dump some of the stuff piled in their back yard, which you could see from their dining room and bedrooms. The neighbors also let them come in and haul that stuff away! Made the sale with multiple offers in two weeks! Good luck, neighbors homes can and do affect the value of your property!... more
Depends on the norms for your market. In some markets the listing agent attends every showing, while in others it is common for just the buyer's agent to show the listing. Feedback is important, but communication is a two way street. If your agent is not providing as much feedback as you would like, ask him or her for some. A simple "how did that showing go?" might elicit all the information you seek. It's also possible that s/he has had nothing but negative feedback and is reluctant to share that with you. Make sure if s/he does provide negative feedback you are open to it, and don't shut down...because if you do, they are unlikely to share any more negative feedback with you. Negative feedback is far more important than positive feedback...it tells you what you need to address to sell your home. Best of luck...... more
All Lenders are not created equal, and neither are all Realtors. Ask friends or relatives if they know a Realtor, then call the Realtor and interview them. You want to find someone who calls you back the same day, knows the area in which you want to buy (and doesn't need GPS to fnd the hosues), offers to get you pre-qualified for a loan, is patient and most importantly, LISTENS to what you need and want.... more
Yes there are. I work with investors who will purchase a property for a buyer who needs to re-establish credit, put them on a two year Lease to Own program with a portion of the rent to be credited to the Tenant to use as a down payment if the Tenant exercises their right to buy at the end of the two year lease.... more
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This depends entirely on your area, and contacting a local Realtor with the simple question should give you the best answer.
The reason for this is that many split level, bi level, and raised ranch homes get mixed up... even in county assessor records. In some areas a split and bi level would be considered the same, but not in others. You need to find out what is customary in your market area and proceed from there.
I live in the 19810 zip code, N. Wilmington is made up neighborhoods as you probably know. These neighborhoods can vary in price from one to another. Even with a split level, your best bet is to still try ot price your home to the neighborhood, taking into consideration the different types of homes, sold prices and amenities the homes had. people will consider the price in regard to the neighborhood.
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