You could try to contact trulia but my guess is you can't post the listing because you are not a real estate agent/broker. One way to keep costs low as a FSBO is to do an Entry Only listing which will give you access to the MLS via a real estate brokerage and therefore Trulia.
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The Spring housing market is in full swing! It's unfortunate that the media is not totally honest with the public as they are saying that house sales are up: however, most Sellers think that prices are too! That really is not the case, home prices are definitely stabilizing at last but prices seem to be inching up very slowly. Then there is the situation with appraisals that are still falling short; the solution is we need more closed sales. It seems that we are definitely headed in the right direction which is definitely great news for all home owners.... more
Hello, and welcome to Western Massachusetts! I am a Realtor and lifelong resident of Wilbraham. I work with buyers and sellers and would be pleased to assist you. Give me a call at 413-364-7131 with any questions you may have.... more
Keyla: I am able to assist you with your search. I am a lifelong Wilbraham resident, and I know the market very well. I can assist you will all the aspects of home buying. Give me a call at 413-364-7131 if I can answer any questions for you.... more
You should ask the owner for a history of condo fee increases. Alternately, you could call the management company, who would have that information. Like any other commodity, fees increase with the increase in the expenses required to maintain any property. The fees at Woodcrest include water and sewer.... more
If you are using a conventional lender, a bank,etc., their attorney will do all of the due diligence necessary to assess the home for the bank. In addition, the lender's attorney will usually represent the buyer as well and review the purchase and sale agreement and advise on any issues that may come up. I also see this kind of work in reverse, as in you pick your attorney (hopefully one that has real estate as a speciality), and he is either an approved attorney of the bank, or he/she gets that approval for your sale. Even, and especially, if you are paying cash, it is important to have an attorney in your corner. Same goes for the seller. Things that can seem so straightforward, can get complicated fast, and an attorney is what you need when that happens. Of course, we always hope for smooth sailing!... more
It depends on what you are buying. Then is will depend on your own effort to meet agents. Try going to open houses and interviewing the agents there. Do they list and sell? How many listings do they have? Do they work in your price range? How many years have they been around?
New agents can be as good as experienced agents, if they are motivated and willing to get you the info you need. They need a good company behind them, though, to help them help you correctly.
Experienced agents, and preferrably brokers, are probably better choices. Experience can make finding a home and geting a deal together much easier.... more
Permits should have been pulled for most if not all of the work done by the contractors who did the work. I would suggest gathering all documents pertaining to your sale and then call your attorney for any legal advice.... more
Why do you want to see a picture of a house that is not for sale? Please send me an e-mail and I'll send the pictire to you of 851 Main Street and if your looking to buy a house, I'll send available ones to you.
What prevent you from start looking around-credit, income, employment, assets, or personal situation?
If your answer is credit or assets, I may have some ideas to get you ready. Call 413-547-6180 to discuss.