Phil Molinero, Renter in Port Charlotte, FL

This home price dropped $399k then $379k and recently asking $359k... I still believe for a short sale, empty home w/ needs of TLC..to much. u Think?

Asked by Phil Molinero, Port Charlotte, FL Wed Jul 13, 2011

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You are right... This home is overpriced ... especially as a short sale. The homes in that area are selling for $75 to $85 per square foot under air. The home has 3953 square feet so if it was in great condition the highest price for this home is $336,000 (less if it needs TLC). That is the fair market value... however as a shortsale, you should expect a 10% reduction so you pay or offer no more than $300,000.

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Phil

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Hi Phil:

I looked a this listing and I don't see anywhere that indicates the home is vacant and needs TLC. From the pictures, it looks like a very well-maintained home and lots of upgrades. Also, short sale does not mean discounted price. When a realtor takes a listing that will ultimately be a short sale, we list it like we would any other home - at fair market value based on recent solds and homes under contract. The seller's lender ultimately has to approved the sale and the lender will get a BPO on the home. This is a market analysis for another realtor. This helps the lender determine if the agreed purchase price is at fair market value. If it isn't the lender can come back to the buyer and/or seller and ask for more money.

However, with all that being said, if it hasn't sold yet, the market is telling the seller that buyers are not interested in that home at that price. You also have to take into consideration the surrounding neighborhood and homes in the area. Are they comparable in size and amenities. I would be happy to answer any other questions you may have or provide you with any information you need on this property or any others you may find as you are searching.
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