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Susie Kay answered:
I think there's a miscommunication here. If you feel like your realtor is not servicing you then you should talk to her or her broker.
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you pick up the phone and call a local realtor to assist you.
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Absinc2001 answered:
this is so hilarious to see all these comments.... some are kind, some are professional, some frustrated, some angry, some informative.... some just not necessary.... wow.... what has the world come to. I just wanted a ball park range, didn't know I would find all of this... legal/illegal... lol ... more
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Blakeslasp5 asked:
PLEASE, IF ANYONE CAN HELP..PLEASE RESPOND. Time is running OUT! And I don't want to LOSE my section 8, we really need the assistance :( Thank you
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Sanantoniobuyers answered:
The fact is, you don't need a realtor to sell a house. Especially since it's the title attorney that completes all the necessary paperwork needed to close the sale. A Realtor is much like a car wash or credit repair company, you could do the work yourself or hire someone else to do it for you. The choice is yours.

Another thing Realtors don't tell you is that their commissions can be negotiated. Asking 3 percent of the sale price is standard but that is all a realtor is doing, asking for the 3%. Doesn't mean you have to agree to pay it. Other negotiations can be made.

But if you want to save the fees all together, yes, you can sell your home without the services of a Realtor. In fact, I am a real estae investor and I purchase properties As-Is all over the states. I pay closing cost, repair cost and I pay with cash so I can close the sale quickly and at Zero cost to you, the homeowner. So real eatate investors like myself could be a fast solution to selling your unwanted house without the fees of a Realtor.

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James Beck answered:
How can I get a copy of my HUD-1 after I sold my house 5 years ago to buy a new house.
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Moriahp22 answered:
1000 is the answer because it is it just is it just really is
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Jeni-la-fur asked:
My husband and I found our dream home in January. We went to our local credit union, got a pre-approval for a RD loan. We submitted an offer and it was accepted. Fast forward several weeks…
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Dan K answered:
We purchased the FSBO option selling our Co-op in Queens, NY. The service was seamless and we were extremely happy with the results. After about a week from listing we had multiple offers and will ended up saving the full 6% commission! We would recommend Hauseit to anyone selling in the NYC area.

Their professional team made it easy to navigate through all interested buyers who inquire via email, text, or voicemail. The money saved is definitely worth time spent scheduling and showing! A+
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Scoutwinne asked:
My home at 635 Dearborn Ave, Toledo, OH 43605 has sold. I cannot get into my listing to remove the picture or cancel the listing.
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