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 UpNest, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
UpNest answered:
In NH, why must a seller pay the buying agent a commission?
Hi Teima,

This is just traditionally how the home seling process works. The seller pays for both the buy side and sell side commission.

You basically have to pay for a buyer to co ... more
1 vote Share Flag Fri Oct 2, 2015 Home Selling in Manchester
Murphy Team, Real Estate Pro in Portland, ME
Murphy Team answered:
Prop is listed for 2.5 wks and has been priced aggressively in combo of 15 showings, but, has yet to get offer but great feedback. whats wrong?
In our experience, if there are no offers and people are crossing the threshold, the reason is either condition or price. The 15 people who looked already decided that the location was ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 6, 2015 Home Selling in 03101
Becky Johnson…, Real Estate Pro in Canton, MI
Becky Johnson, ABR, e-Pro, CNE answered:
My wife and I, both REALTORS (R) are looking to buy our first home together, How does the commission work? What do we do as both REALTORs?
Here in Michigan only 1 Buyer's agent gets paid, so I would flip a coin or split the commission. Or as a wife my motto is "Happy Wife, Happy Life". Good Luck!
Remember you still have t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 23, 2014 Home Selling in 03103
Mack McCoy, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Mack McCoy answered:
What are some effective ways for home owners to market their properties they have listed themselves?
IF ONLY it was "listed!"

If there was an effective way to market properties without offering co-brokerage and listing with the MLS, Natasha, we'd do it.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 10, 2013 Home Selling in 03104
Ken Lambert,  in Exeter, NH
Ken Lambert answered:
can you raffle off a house in N.H,?
Hi- You should call a RE auctioneer. Bert Cox is good and has been around. And he is close to you in Manchester.
Good luck,
Ken L.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 15, 2010 Home Selling in Manchester
Amy Lavin,  in Bedford, NH
Amy Lavin answered:
I have had my home since April and not one customer has come in to see it ! I can't belive it!!! It's priced at 199,999 in Manchester
Hi Melissa,

While the price you set is critical in attracting buyers to your home, advertising is an important factor too. How are you advertising? If it's online, do your ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jul 8, 2010 Home Selling in 03109
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Scott Godzyk answered:
Is it unreasonable to drop your house by $5,000 if it gets you lower than your current competition?
Good Question... How did you make out Daisy? In general it is unreasonable to drop the price after 2 weeks, the house should have been priced right at listing and noe reductions, especi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Aug 1, 2008 Home Selling in Manchester
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Scott Godzyk answered:
How long should my house stay on the market until I drop the price?
This is one of the most asked questions, especially lately by my home sellers. 14 days is too early to take a drastic price descrease unless the home was priced way over market value to ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Oct 23, 2007 Home Selling in 03103
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