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Nora Zawadzki, Home Buyer in Brick, NJ

I'mn considering a home in PalmCity/Stuart area on the canal/ocean acess. The seller is asking $829,000. What?

Asked by Nora Zawadzki, Brick, NJ Sun Oct 28, 2007

would you think is a fair price we would offer that's not insulting. ($725,000-750,000) The house was on the market since 2005.

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I suggest that you work with a Realtor who can pull comps and help you with the negotiating process. As a realtor, i would consider the condition of the home and suggest inspections, etc. There are many aspects to buying . I am familiar with a home on the wide water in Palm City in that price range and it is indeed a great looking 2 story brick / Siding home.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 4, 2010
Nora, have you been able to close on the house you mentioned or are you looking for another home? Katie Murphy, Keller Williams Realty 561-452-2160; ktmurphyrealtor@aol.com; http://www.keys2fla.com
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Aug 11, 2008
Hi Nora,
I live in Stuart and specialize in the Stuart area. I would be happy to assist you in making an appropriate offer on the house based on comps and condition. Call or email if I can help you. Katie Murphy, Realtor Keller Williams Realty 561-452-2160; ktmurphyrealtor@aol.com
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 17, 2008

The home has been of the market for two years?? Most likely the price is out of line, the house is in need of major repairs, in a bad neighborhood or has non-removed liens on it.. Make sure you contact a professional Realtor and I would suggest it not be the listing agent.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Oct 28, 2007
Have your agent do comps - there is no magic bullet to do this, you have to know the solds and actives in the area. If it's really been on the market since 2005 it has to be overpriced.

You can also do some research yourself on the internet, but the auto valuation models like zillow are not very reliable.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Oct 28, 2007
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