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Home Selling in Conyers : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 27, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:
Strange how perfectly OK answers tend to disappear from this site.

Here's what I wrote this morning.

Congrats on the new baby. I've already run the numbers and believe that you can sell for more than $63K. I'd welcome the opportunity to speak. Please call or write anytime to discuss.

Solomon Greene
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Wed Nov 16, 2011
Jim Simms answered:
Lots of buyers and sellers trying to work around, suggest your friend trade the home for something neutral like a vacant lot, or cut the overhead, a smaller home. All real estate transactions are trades, most but not all use money as the medium. Your friend is waiting for a buyer to come to him, I notice he didn’t post this info, you did. Nice on your part, good friend, so lay it on him. Tell him to get active and act like a buyer instead of a seller, make offers to trade down, is it easy? Heck no, but it only takes one yes to solve the problem.

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Sat Oct 30, 2010
John Juarez answered:

Answers that say you should fire you agent in writing are incomplete and wrong, at least in California. I suspect that is true in any state because your agreement with your Realtor is a contract. A contract is an agreement between two parties and one party cannot unilaterally cancel the contract. If the real estate law in Georgia is similar to that in California, and I have no idea if it is, the contract is actually between you (the seller) and the Broker of the real estate company. If you are unhappy with your Realtor and that person is a sales agent who is working for the Broker, talk to the Broker and discuss your options. The Broker will want to retain your business and may assign your listing to another agent.
If the Broker is your Realtor, you still need to talk to that person. Express your dissatisfaction. Perhaps you can continue with the relationship if your Broker has a better understanding of your disappointment and your opinion of the Broker’s failings. A new sense of dedication of the part of the Broker may be possible.
If the relationship is totally broken, ask for a release from your contract. It doesn’t do the Broker much good to hold an unhappy client to a listing contract.
As others have commented, you may be liable for fees to the Broker. Make sure you are clear on the issue, also.
Good luck.
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