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Also some great info about selling your home.
Make the house show not your stuff.
Think l ... more
It's not clear from your question whether the buyer would seek conventional financing or owner financing. With conventional financing, he'd go out and get a n ... more
If you do not want to keep the house as a rental - or cannot afford to, a short sale would be your best option. (As opposed to a Foreclosure). I would be more than willing ... more
There are three new communities in Paseo del Sol. Manzanita had it's grand opening last week. Arroyo had their's yesterdy.Reserve is still in the infancy stages. Y ... more
In a Short Sale, generally the Seller NETs nothing in the sale of the house. The lender agrees to accept an offer which generates less money than required to pay off th ... more
If a seller does not agree with the listing price that you have come up with based on accurate closed sales in the last 3-4 months then use then you have a choice to make, eith ... more
1. Do not diminish a building defect or sugar-coat the home inspector's comments.
2. Do not wink and conspire to defrau ... more
Since I'm a Realtor and not an Accountant, the only opinion is that of the IRS. See the link below for more information. www.irs.gov/irs/article/0,,id=179073,00.html
The new owner is bound by the same terms and conditions of the lease as you were. So if there's a lease in place, ... more
In the end, if yo ... more