I read over the other agents comments, I don't think anyone intended on being rude. My post was merely informative and I wrapped it up by offering free consultation. Agents offering their services is how we do business and the vast majority of us are some of the finest people you could meet. Most Realtors are "People" persons and get along with everybody. We have a sincere desire to help people sell and buy their homes. It's a tough job with a bad economy. I wish you the best Laci. I still am happy to talk to you about things you can do to help your mom. I hope to hear from you.... Again, there was no "tone" intended on my post.
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Your Mom's house is not "listed". That terminology is for a home that is on a local Multi-List service that only Real Estate agents have access to advertise homes into. Part of the expensive fees we pay to belong to such services provides us with an IDX (internet data exchange) feed to internet avenues such as Trulia, Zillow and many, many others. We simply have access to more listing tools than are readily available to the general public. Most buyers employ Real Estate professionals like myself to assist them in finding a home. When we have buyers, guess where we search to find our buyers the home that meets their needs? The Multi-List. It provides us with search engine tools that would amaze you! Some folks get lucky by putting a sign in their yard or advertising on CL, but nationwide statistics would demonstate that you are much better off employing a Real Estate agent. What if you could have achieved a higher sales price for your mom? What if she makes another 12 months worth of mortgage payments trying to sell it on her own? I am a full time Real Estate agent with RE/MAX House of Brokers in Springfield. I have one simple business model: Treat each client as I would treat my own family. You deserve nothing less than the best of my abilities. You can reach me at 417-569-9675. I offer Real Estate consultation at no charge.
Best of luck,