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Tim, Home Seller in Fort Meade, FL

i need to sell a rental single family home in Fort Meade , Florida. Is there any way to get a quick offer?

Asked by Tim, Fort Meade, FL Thu Dec 16, 2010

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I have sold property in Fort Meade and have a family I am working with to find a property there right now. I would be happy to help you, and would like to hear about your property. Please feel free to contact me at:
http://www.KristiDonay.com

I work for Keller Williams Realty in Lakeland. All my direct contact information is on my website.

Thanks and I hope to hear from you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 7, 2014
Owner Financing will allow you sell your home fast.
Web Reference: http://tkfunding.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 12, 2011
Sorry, Tim there is no magic solution. In the end it will all come down to how attractive the property is, how well it's priced, and luck. Talk to a few local agents and pick the one you fell most comfortable with.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Dec 19, 2010
Hi Tim,

Consider the following when listing your home:

1. Price-all buyers begin here. since most buyers are seeking value, your home will need to be priced competitively with the distressed market....short sales & foreclosures.

2. Appeal- make the home shine both inside and out. clean, orgainze, minimize, paint, plant, repair, etc. It will help to be the most appealing home in your price range.

3. Visibility-list with a market leader, one that has an established reputation and the best visibility of all the agencies in your area. Request a comprehensive marketing plan in writing for your specific property....

Best wishes,

Bill
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Yes, I can help you with that. Call me and we can get your property on the market today and generate a quick offer. I look forward to hearing from you.

Amy Givoni, Broker
Givoni Realty Corp.
561-361-8555
amygivoni@gmail.com
http://www.amygivoni.com
Web Reference: http://www.amygivoni.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Tim, connect with an experienced area Realtor and discuss honestly your circumstances have that Realtor, show you comparable properties that are currently on the market and would be competing with yours, and those that have recently sold...... Make sure to listen carefully, as in today's market it is very important that a property is priced right/competitively and is well prepared for sale so that it will show well to the prospective buyer/buyers...

Good luck to you!
Edith YourRealtor4Life and Chicago and Northern Illinois Connection
Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients
EdithSellsHomes@gmail.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Not knowing the circumstances that are warranting a quick sale--work with an agent and review comps--recently sold similar properties in the immediate area--decide on a very competitive price and plan marketing that maximizes your exposure-your agent can best advise.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Tim - the other agents answered very well and I am sure I cannot comment much further. However, you did not explain your reason for wanting or needing to get a quick offer, in this particular market. Also, you did not advise whether or not you were in an "upside down" situation or if your mortgage was low enough to receive a lower offer. These questions should probably be answered, so we can continue to properly advise you.

Good luck with your sale.

Sincerely,

Xena A. Vallone, Broker Owner, ABR, SFR
Xena Vallone Realty, Inc.
3562-A South Osprey Ave.
Sarasota, FL 34239
941-706-1717 (office)
941-224-5950 (cell)
http://www.XenaValloneRealty.com
Xena@XenaValloneRealty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Tim,

The best way is to locate a professional agent who will know how to properly price and market your home for a quick sale. You need a top notch agent who knows the neighborhood well and if you need any assistance in locating the perfect one just let me know and I will be happy to help as I have a lot of contacts in the area.

The next most important issue will be price and that must be carefully reviewed in relationship to the condition of your property and how it stacks up to recently sold homes in the area. The fact is if you price it right it will sell quickly. If you do not price it properly it will sit there forever.

How your home will be marketed will have a lot to say about the attention it gets from perspective buyers and this is why selecting the right agent is so critical. If occupied, the tenant will play a large role in this process and hopefully they are willing to work with you on having the property in good condition and easy to show.

The very best of luck and if I can be of assistance in any way please do not hesitate to contact me.


Always at Your Service,


Tom Priester e-PRO
"Results Driven Real Estate"

Keller Williams Realty
561 308-0175
tom@tompriester.com
Web Reference: http://www.tompriester.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
I agree with the other answer. Find yourself a knowledgeable agent and for a quick sale price a little below current price for the area. Another is you could offer some closing costs, bonus to realtors, and you said it was a rental see if your tenant would beinterested in purchaseing.

Good Luck
Russell Henn
Keller Williams at the Lakes
Kissimmee, Fl
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 16, 2010
Hi Tim,

Hook-up with a knowledgeable agent in your area and list the property a reasonable amount below market value. In my area, below market listed homes receive offers from investors almost immediately (within a couple of days) If you receive an all cash offer you may be able to close in 2 weeks or so. The question is are you willing to take a lower price for your home?

So the answer to your question is yes, but it will probably cost you.

Good luck,
Akop
Web Reference: http://www.vchousehunt.com
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