It depends what your listing contract states amd how the release is written, most contracts will protect the agent as if anyone they showed teh home to, they are entitled to a commission for up to 6 months if you sell on your own. Check your contract... more
Commission is negotiable, you can certainly ask your former agent and most important though, is ask what you will get for what you will pay. All agents are not created equal when it comes to listing and selling a home.... more
In my opinion that would be wonderful for the other Seller. If the Realtor has customers that are not interested in his/her home, then the Realtor could take the customer to the other home. I think it would generate more activity. I think it's a win-win situation.... more
For sale by owners are not allowed on Trulia. For maximize exposure it's best to work with a licensed Real Estate agent.
If you do not see results, please feel free to call me at 254-212-9186 and I would be happy to assist. As an experienced agent I can ensure you receive top market price on your property, and also protect you through the negotiating and contract stages.... more
I think it is best to seek professional advice from a realtor who could help you with the financial breakdown so that you can see for yourself which option benefits you more financial wise. You could also sit down and ponder on a few factors like the work involved in both rental and sale. Renting out would mean you only need to perform a minor removal of your belongings whereas selling your house would require you to clear everything out.... more
It flows automatically with whatever is in the MLS. Any updates have to be done by Click It who will most likely charge you extra since they typically aren't know for doing full service listings.... more