I also live in Emmaus - location, location, location - that is definitely in your favor in selling your home. I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you.
610-417-0643 - Cell
610-266-2661 - ofc
I am a local expert in the emmaus area and also live in emmaus. I would be glad to meet with you at your home and develop a marketing plan for your home. Please call me on my cell phone 610-737-5369. I hope to talk to you soon.
I'm confident Susan has moved into mobile home by this time.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence. Broker/Associate
Remac Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, Fl
Licensed Associate Broker
2008 Realtor of the Year
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Second, even your house is listed with no commission or minimum, Agents would prefer to show houses which gets them higher commission. It is not a good idea.
Interview couple Realtors and ask them what they will do to sell your home fast. But, be sure to price it right to sell quickly otherwise it will stay in market for long time and buyers will lose thier interest.
Realty Advisors Real Estate,
It is true real estate commissions are negotiable but Terrance makes a valid point. If the offered co-op commission is too low some realtors may simply pass it by. Also remember the saying "you get what you pay for". If you really need to get your home sold fast, you also need a Realtor that will market your home properly and be willing to put in the time, effort and $$$ to do so. Your Realtor will go over the estimated closing costs because there is more than commission to consider. From there you should be able to come up with a fair commission that will not impede the sale of your home and still allow you to make the cash purchase of a mobile home. I would be happy to meet with you to discuss your situation and present a marketing plan that meets your needs.
Bev Kalb, Realtor
Century 21 Longacre Realty
610-845-6000 x 208
If your home isn't on top of the list to sell, then it won't be sold as quickly as you want.
Because you are in a hurry to sell, I would suggest that you start the fix-up process right away, and then when you have selected an agent, ask him or her for recommendations to make your home as appealing as possible to buyers. Plan to cooperate with whatever works in your area to sell: frequent open houses, lots of advertising, etc. Keep your home in pristine condition as much as you can, and be very flexible about showings. Most of all, PRICE IT RIGHT. Overpricing with the hope of coming down later just discourages buyers, and you lose that golden period when your home is fresh on the market and a hot item. Good luck to you.