Steve Fisher Cell 507-7550
The correct answer would be 6-months because that is the average term of a "traditional" real estate listing.
If you want to sell the house in about 4 weeks I would recommend that you contact a competent real estate auctioneer located on the Eastern Shore.
lighthouselistings.com,domesticsale.com if you are on less than 70 websites, syndicated or not you need to talk to your agent. Some sites need to be updated regularly, I have accounts with many wesites and don't pay for any of them. I don't even pay for my own wesites. the internet is yours for the taking for the low price of $0.00 Try this:
Here's a great way to get your written content (full of your links to your website business of course) on google on page one in about one hour.
Write some content on HubPages, Squidoo or one of the other social networking sites (but not article sites) and of course make sure you have links on it for your website and make sure you have good keywords in your title, first paragraph and body. keep the title simple but of course with keywords. Without them, you ain't making money online.
Once written, submit your written content to Digg.com, Mixx.com, Subbmitt.com, Swik.net, Linksmarker.com. Yes they are all spelled correctly.they are easy to submit to manually and do not take long at all, you can submit to all five in 10 mins easy. if you like, submit also to twitter.com and delicious.com but the first five will be enough.
Once you've done that wait about an hour and then tap in the title of your written content to google and watch the results. Your content will be on page one, yes page one.
hope that helps you towards making money on the internet.
This is not my idea, I stole it but it works great. In the headline you must have your keywords, write the story about your house for sale. I have done this with two blogs and it worked great.
Sorry, sometimes I blabber You can call me and I will help you and your agent get more exposure.
The way I understand it is that the initial DOM that comes up on the MLS only shows the number of days for the current listing period. However, most buyer agents will pull up the history on the house anyway. The history will show the cumulative days on the market. So it would include the previous listing days as well as the current. If I'm wrong, I'm sure an agent will respond to slap me around a bit, but I have received this info from two different Realtors on two different real estate forums.
If a property has been listed with a real estate agent and it was withdrawn by the seller, the seller can choose to re-list the property with a different REALTOR at anytime there after. There is no prescribed period that the property must remain off of the market.
The difference would be if the home was listed by an agent, then withdrawn by the seller, and a buyer that had been shown the property during the time of the listing agreement wished to then purchase that property, there is probably verbiage in the listing agreement that states, for some designated period of time, the previous listing agent would be owed a commission.
I hope this helps. My best for the Holidays.
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