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LL, Home Seller in Norcross, GA

We would like to list our home in Peachtree Corners (Neely Farm) soon. We did a top of the line complete 1st

Asked by LL, Norcross, GA Wed Mar 26, 2008

floor renovation 4 years ago and probably spent more than we should have. At this point, we'd just like to break even. Our asking price will be higher than current homes sellng in our neighborhood but our interior is much more updated and has a lot more upgrades. What are our chances of a quick sale? How well is this area selling? How do we find an agent with a lot of experience in our neighborhood? Thanks!

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I have just listed a home in Neely Farm. I live .5 miles from there. Since you have done tremendous updating your home will be a showplace and Buyers do like the "updated, renovated, move-in ready" properties, as opposed to ones that need work and repairs. We can get you a marketing plan ASAP and you can see how we can get your home sold. Our marketing plan will show you how to get it sold, as opposed to "get it listed"....for more information email me thru my site http://www.kathleenbrady.com, we can forward you a Market Analysis of the neighborhood and this will give you a handle on how well Neely Farm has been selling since 1/1/10. http://www.kathleenbrady.com RE/MAX we sell more real estate; we have all the tools!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 8, 2010

You should interview a variety of agents. I wouldn't necessarily just pick one that has the most experience in your neighborhood (specifically). Who's going to expose your home to ENTIRE market, including here on Trulia and other sites, who's going to present the home in the best light, ect...

The other part of the equation is negotations. What's the track record of the agent? Are they really going to get you top dollar?

If you're like most sellers, you won't do these things, which is why you see so many homes on the market, still. There's buyer's out there buying homes but they are savvy and they're starting to interview agents too!

Would love to help you as well.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 29, 2008
Joshua Jarvis, Real Estate Pro in Duluth, GA
Hi Leslie,
I am a real estate professional and I live in Neely Farm. In fact I was the second resident of the Farm. I would be more than happy to discuss your options for sale. I am a Gold Level member of NAMAR Elite Society and very active in the sale of residential properties and land. I have a web site of Neely homes for sale and you are welcome to take a look at http://www.neelyfarm.info. You can contact me through our subdivision directory or info@garyhays.com.

Gary Hays
Relocation Manager
Virtual Properties Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 29, 2008
I agree that you will need to sit down with a Realtor who is familiar with the Peachtree Corners area and do a market analysis for the area. You want to make sure your home is priced correctly. Peachtree Corners/Neely Farms is still a desired area and with the upgrades you are on your way. I have lived and worked in the Peachtree Corners area for 11 years so am familiar with the area.

If you would like further information you may contact me at:

Dawn Richardson
Keller Williams Realty Chatt. North
3930 E. Jones Bridge Rd Suite 100
Norcross, GA 30092
http://www.sellsatdawn.com or http://www.peachtreecornersliving.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 13, 2008

While I agree with most of the comments here, the first thing you need to do is get a competent real estate agent to come to your home and complete a thorough market analysis of your home and other homes currently on the market and those that have sold in the past three to six months in either Neely Farm or within no more than one mile of your house.

Find at least two agents that have the experience in the market to help you price your home properly and then move forward from there. What you will find is that you either are in a position to try and sell or you are not. If you are great, put it on the market as soon as possible. If the pricing is not conducive to selling at this point then it sounds like you have a great home to live in with numerous upgrades unitl the market is where you need it to be.

Make it a great day!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 15, 2008
In this market, improvements such as yours will make your home first to sell--provided it is priced the same as other homes. I am not in your specific area, but if you were in my area, I would say if you're looking for a qucik sale, it isn't going to happen.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 31, 2008

I can give you a free comprehensive appraisal. This report will show you long you may have to wait for a buyer and will give you an opinion of value. The only thiing that I ask is to consider me for the job of selling your home. I do recommend you interview at least 3 agents.

For more information please contact me by email: jtilenis@gmail.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 31, 2008
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