i dont now and dont give a dam cuz city people are rich basters that are greedy let me tell yall somethin when the world goes south cuz of obhama you all will be sucken the governments tit for money when us rednecks will be shooten deer in the woods and surviving and you will die. and thanks for reading................................................................KEEP IT FREKEN HILBILLY... more
Having purchased a new home after we quickly sold our last home (within the past year) and watching sites like trulia, I can only conclude concerning the areas we were watching. Atlanta Metro has gotten better for sellers. The areas rural (like ours) still aren't up to par, but most homes in better school districts are selling within a month. Values here started out high last Fall but fell approximately 5 percent late summer. Values in SW Florida went up on a middle class type home about $50,000 (I watched and realized I lost my chance at the remaining auction or bancruptcy/short sales left) The other region I watch (mid to N.E Ohio) went up this spring and now probably due to weather approaching have lowered about $5,000 to $10,000.
I don't think we can make any sure statement except if the number of homes available is down, then it is more a sellers market. When new builds compete with older homes it is harder to sell comparative sq. footage homes unless you price your home lower than new builds.
I'm not a realtor, just watch the stats and discuss things with good realtors.
Don't care who you all vote for except that idiot Hillary!... more
Sorry i meant to say ...how much time do the previos owners have to vacate the home once it is sold at auction ? Do they they go through with being evicted or thrown into the street if they have no place to go.?... more
Zachary, there are obvious benefits to trying to sell your home on your own. However, the benefits of using a professional real estate agent far outweighs trying to sell it on your own. There is a way to do it but the rules have changed for all home sales. I would highly recommend that you consult with a real estate professional like me to guide you through the process. By the way the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and TRID rules will make it more difficult to accomplish your goal of selling it on your own. Please seek the advise of a professional to guide you through the legal aspects and required disclosures and documentation of the sale. It's that important!... more
Foreclosure is the process the bank uses to convert the ownership of a property to someone or something else (like the bank) after the mortgage holder defaults on the loan agreement they made. The process ends with an auction on courthouse steps where the bank often buys back the property and they then own it and therefore can not sell it themselves. Until this point they don't own it so they can't sell it to get their money back, or some of it anyway. At the end of the process it is no longer called a foreclosure but is now owned by someone or it can be bank owned and called a REO property.
You can only work with one at a time if you signed an exclusive listing agreemtn with them. After this much time, there is a reason. Look hard at the Price, the location, the style, the decor, the smell, the pets, etc that are in the home.
Then, make sure you home is listed on every web site. If you jus do a search by address, your home should pull up.
Did you get professional pictures? Clean the home? Is is priced appropriately? Have there been open houses? How does your home stack compared to the homes that have sold?
Best of luck toyou!
Your listing agreement has a termination date. Take a look and see if you are close to it. Then you can hire another realtor. Thanks,... more
YOu cant look at the ones that are obviously under market value. There are plenty of homes for rent through regular agents. You can also see by the contact info which are fraudulent. Any real agent will include Name, name of company, phone and email. If all you get is an email... not valid.
Sorry and good luck to you!... more