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Amr, Other/Just Looking in 08807

I am thinking of selling my house, but I just noticed that the square footage of my house as listed on Trulia is incorrect. How do I get it corrected?

Asked by Amr, 08807 Tue Feb 23, 2010

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All you need to do is click on the link that says CLAIM THIS HOUSE, and claim it as your own. You can then go in and update the information about your home, including adding photos, rooms, upgrades, etc.

If you would like any assistance with a free Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) for your home, please feel free to reach out to me and I'd be happy to assist you with that, as I am quite familiar with the Bridgewater market.

Branchburg, NJ

Howard "Bucky" Buchanan
Weichert Realtors
Mobile: 908-566-5547
Office: 908-735-2552 x208
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 23, 2010
Hello Amr, I think you can claim the house as yours and make the corrections. Good Luck! Jennifer
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 23, 2010
Hi Amr,

Are you still trying to sell your house? If so, market conditions have changed a lot from 2010. I will be happy to create different marketing reports for your neighborhood current market conditions and free evaluation of your home. Let me know. Thanks.

Padmini Dave
Century 21 Worden & Green
Off: (908) 874-4700x386
Direct: (908) 872-3846
E-mail: Padmini.Dave@Century21.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 17, 2013
Hi there Amr, not sure if you are checking back but I do hope so - as I am checking in to see if you listed your home for sale - and if so if you've succeeded. Bridgewater is an area I know well - please do not hesitate to reach out to me for guidance/support.

Pricing remains the primary driver to success - that means that a well thought out pricing strategy has never been more important than it is today. That begins with a pricing analysis tailored to your property. We've recently revised our approach to more heavily weigh the effect of timing on price - and in a declining or stagnant market, time is not kind to sellers. The best way to get the most for your home is to price right from teh start (or correct quickly if you miss the mark). Overpriced properties are generally overlooked, and may not attract attention even after "righting" the price, Or they attract low ball offers - either way not what you are looking for.

So if you are still considering a sale, or in the midst of marketing your home, price it right and maximize its exposure and you will be on the right track.

Web Reference: http://www.feenick.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 28, 2010
Hi Amr,

You've got your answer on making corrections - any troubles, reach out through the Using Trulia section and a customer service resource will chime in.

If you are contemplating a sale in 2010, do it now! I am advising sellers and buyers to take advantage of the tax credit and low financing rates - two great incentives to act, and neither one will last much longer. In order to qualify for the tax credit, a buyer needs to be under contract by April 30. And depending on how long you've been living in your home, you may qualify for a credit yourself on your purchase, if you make one within the timing parameters.

Bridgewater is performing very well - take a look at the Market Update which covers Bridgewater and other Somerset County communities. Few are performing as well in terms of time to sell - 6 months is considered a very balanced situation, and only a few communities are performing at that level.

I'd be honored to help you - you can reach me via Trulia or directly at jeanne@feenick.com

Jeanne Feenick
Unwavering Commitment to Service
Find success at http://www.feenick.com
Web Reference: http://www.feenick.com
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