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Jason, Home Seller in Chandler, AZ

How to find a good realtor that can sell my Queen Creek house?

Asked by Jason, Chandler, AZ Wed Jan 16, 2008

I have heard that nowadays, being able to sell a Queen Creak house is like hitting a lottery. My house is around Johnson Ranch which is not as far drive as a lot of the much more lower priced amd further away homes in Queen Creek. The ex-agent told me that our house could not be sold unless to match those forclosure homes. Thsi sounds terrible. Do you know where I can still look for an agent who is still confident and willing to sale in this area?

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Your ex-agent friend is right.
Even if you find a buyer at a higher price, than a foreclosed home sold for. Unless that buyer is paying cash, they will not be able to get a loan. The appraiser will factor in the foreclosed, and auctioned prices.
The home wont appraise.

I am very confident and willing to sell a home in any area. under the right conditions, I price a home to sell, not expire.
Email me your address, and I will email you a CMA.

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Mr.P, Other/Just Looking in Arizona
My team and I are willing to consult with you to help you make the best, educated decision. Just keep in mind that the agent does not set the price, the market does and there is a lot of competition in the area.

We are confident we can get the home sold, but it is a team process where the home will need to be priced correctly, shown correctly, and marketed correctly. We can help with all three...
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aw gee, thanks. I do have to give props to Jay, I really like his blog.
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I would call everybody who responds to this posting. I don't know Amy, but I do know Jay and Patrick...

Actually, start with Amy (sorry guys), then flip a coin for Patrick and Jay. If it doesn't work out with any of them, give us a call...
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I think the best way is to go with the first agent who responded (LOL) to your question.
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Please email me through my website (posted below) or post here the details of your home, I am currently working with a canadian buyer that is looking around that area.
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Have you considered a lease/purchase? If this is not your primary residence, you may want to lease it out for 12-24 months. If you are not enamoured with the idea of property management, don't worry there are several excellent property management firms out there.
Give me a call and I can share some rental statistics with you.
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