You should communicate that information to your listing agent immediately. It is their job to market your home and take and distribute the best pictures of your property possible. Photography is not everyone's forte, and you may want to discuss hiring in a professional photographer if this is a service you would prefer. Either way you should give your feedback to your agent as far as what you are unsatisfied with regarding the current photos so they can be improved upon as soon as possible. You should feel comfortable discussing these things with your agent, as open communication is essential for your satisfaction in selling your home. Also, time is money and getting your property properly marketed to help it sell faster should be everyone's mutual goal. I know I spend hours and hours taking plenty of pictures and then selecting the best shots that allow the viewer to picture daily life in the home.... more
Good evening, Only 1 home, with a list price of $1M or more, closed in the period 2013-01-01 to 2013-04-09 in zip codes 27608 and 27609. That was 1613 Oberlin Road.
4 homes are currently pending (meaning they have a signed contract) in that price range, using the above criteria.
If you are interested in listing your home, or finding a new home in that price range, give me a call. I'd be happy to help you.
It depends on a lot of things. From a practical point of view, how would the floor plan be impacted? Is there already a full bath on the ground level or would you have to also add that? Is there adequate family living area? Then you should look at the cost of the addition compared to your return on the investment and affect on resale value? Good luck with your decision!... more
Generally speaking, if more than one person is on title (deed), all parties must be in agreement in order to consummate a sale unless a court order states otherwise. Assuming the divorce has been finalized, a review of the divorce decree should be considered, along with a consultation with an attorney.... more
Like any contingency it makes the offer weaker. If i am the listing agent working with the seller and an offer with a contingency for selling a previous home comes in, I will prepare a comparative market analysis for the buyers home which needs to be sold. I will assist my seller in determining whether the buyer has priced their property appropriately and the likelihood it will sell.... more
I have never had a seller do this in 24 years. I know we offer it as an option on the listing agreements but I have never seen anyone do it yet. I would think a buyer would still have an inspection of their own and all the nickle and dime stuff will come out at the second renegotiation after the inspection.... more