Sure, I'll go above my pay grade and research market forecasts for 2017 for each of these homes.
Sure, I'll package all that data and put it right here on Trulia for everyone to see!
Tell me, what's in it for me?
Do you understand the effort this requires?
Do you realize the liability exposure one creates is attempting to play ball?
Do you think it unreasonable for a professional to encourage a direct conversation before investing in you such effort?
Tell me..seriously, how much time do YOU think a professional would invest directly, to fully answer your question.
To whom do you offer your professional services of like kind FREELY?
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Well, there's about three thousand active listings in Denver, I'm guessing that the number of agents who have seen all five of these properties is fewer than a dozen - include the listing agents for these five properties. The percentage of Denver-area agents who participate on Trulia is . . . I go back to, Never Gonna Happen.
But since we're in a chatty mood, why are you looking to buy these properties? As an investment, or to live in? Do you think that an "unconventional" home or one with "less character than others" is a good investment opportunity?
This goes on the list of things that are Never Going To Happen, IIWII. Real estate agents and brokers only get paid to broker real estate, and aren't going to provide consultative or advisory services without at least the hope, if not the promise, of a brokerage fee.
All the best,
Get an agent to help you...........it's a big enough purchase to warrant it, don't you think?
Sean makes a good point. You should hire a Realtor to perform research for you. Thanks for asking, but I think you want to consult someone who will spend a half hour with you going over your needs and likes.
There is one more reason for a buyer to use an agent these days. While that's an impressive list you have put together, half of these homs could move off the market by tomorrow.
The better approach is to get a firm grasp of what you are searching for and then hire a Realtor to target what you are seeking.
What do you think is wrong with the neighborhood at 3206 Gilpin. I lived 10 blocks away from ther for 15 years and found it a delightful community. I hope you find the right place for you soon. I think I saw one of your derogatory posts after this showing you were under contract. It feels like you have little or no respect for us and think we have nothing else to do and our time is not valuable. I hope that is not the case and I misinterpreted your thoughts and intentions.
You should have a contractor come out and look at the project to see what your getting into. I recommend you always pay for the material yourself, that way you dont get the rule of thumb by contractors to charge customer 15% for us getting the material.
Email if youd like some help looking at houses. All i need is lunch and well be good. no charge
Yes im a contractor and carry insurance and I always pull permits and make my subs as well.
Have a good night,
Mark pena firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not denigrating all agents. I am merely calling out the ones who post NOTHING MORE than their contact info and the phrase "I can help you with this, contact me."