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Michael Kapr…, Real Estate Pro in San Mateo County, CA
Michael Kaprielian answered:
If there are no comps within 1 mile radius. How would you determine the price to offer if the properties sold in the area were short sale a year ago?
Hi Eva,

Comps are important, no question there. Just as important is the market itself and what direction it's heading.

Last year I represented a Seller on a 3 bedroom, 2 bath ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 27, 2014 Home Selling in South San Francisco
Robert Apple…, Real Estate Pro in 94070
Robert Applegate answered:
If I have an outstanding home mortgage of $350K & would like to place my home for sale for $630K what is the realistic $ amount made in profit?
To calculate your profit on the sale of your home, you have to take your purchase price plus any improvements that you made while you owned the home and subtract that from the sales pri ... more
1 vote Share Flag Mon Jun 27, 2011 Home Selling in South San Francisco
David 'TAP'…, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
David 'TAP' Tapper answered:
Why are houses relisted as new when offers above the asking price have already been submitted?
Without know more, I think the reason the home was relisted was becaue the lender wouldn't accept the lower price. Or, they were expecting higher offers and no one went that high.

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1 vote Share Flag Sun May 10, 2009 Home Selling in South San Francisco
Renau, Other/Just Looking in 91360
Renau answered:
My home is currently listed in SSF but it does not show on Trulia. Why Not ?
If your home is on MLS, it should be on Realtor.com. It can be found through a search under Find home and even by doing an MLS ID search.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Aug 21, 2007 Home Selling in South San Francisco
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