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Home Selling in Jupiter : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 7, 2017
Tom Priester answered:
Godwin,

Not enough information to provide a complete answer. However, neither party to a real estate contract can unilaterally cancel without the legal ability to do so spelled out in the document. So much depends on the circumstances but you may wish to speak with a qualified real estate attorney. ... more
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Fri Nov 25, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your agent needs to change the status of the listing to withdrawn or expired. Then you will have to re-enter it as active
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Thu Nov 24, 2016
Tom Priester answered:
Tulk,

We wish you the best of luck with the sale of your home here in Jupiter. Getting the best price for your property is not difficult it just takes a few easy steps.

https://tompriester.wordpress.com/2016/10/31/how-to-sell-your-home-for-the-most-money/


Tom Priester
Paradise Sharks
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Thu Oct 27, 2016
Renatoclascano answered:
YES: some of the best reason for cancelling a listing contract if you are dissatisfied:
1) If you signed a listing agreement and they haven't given you a copy of what you signed, the agreement is considered null & void. If they insist of suing you, tell them you will see them at Real Estate Council (in case of Ontario province, it is the RECO (Real Estate Council of Ontario).
2) You can tell them you no longer wish to continue and you got a refinancing for mortgage.
3) Find a loophole in the contract, like signatures, dates, additional conditions. Just slight mistake will give you a hand in voiding it.
4) if you had a copy of the agreement, send it to a real estate lawyer, they know what to do.
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Tue Sep 27, 2016
Mstalheim767 answered:
After you close on the house, what if any is the difference between the standard or as is sale contract?
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Wed Jul 27, 2016
Tom Priester answered:
Ms Couch Potato,

The MLS number you provided does not make any sense. Zip code 33468 is for a post office box in Jupiter so that is only more confusing. Paradise Sharks is a boutique brokerage serving buyers and sellers throughout Palm Beach and Martin Counties so please feel free to reach out to us and we are happy to provide a complimentary consolation for all you real estate needs.

We advise everybody when doing anything real estate to interview three brokers. Find out what they are capable of, how they are going to help you meet your goals and what it is going to cost you. Ask lots of questions. Paradise Sharks loves being interviewed and we dig answering questions so please feel free to contact us anytime.


Fins up.....



Tom Priester
Principal Broker

Paradise Sharks
561.308.0175
info@paradisesharks.com
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Wed Apr 27, 2016
Melissa Dyksterhouse answered:
Hi Steve,

You can post a For Sale by Owner on Trulia. To post your home for sale by owner on Trulia, click the link below and select “Submit listings for sale.”

http://www.trulia.com/submit_listings/

You will be redirected to our partner site, Zillow. Once you’re on Zillow’s posting page, please make sure to select “For Sale by Owner” under the address field. Once you activate your listing on Zillow, it will appear on Trulia within 24 hours.


Thank you for using Trulia!

Melissa
Consumer Care Manager
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Mon Feb 15, 2016
Cherjohnson82 answered:
I am the seller and the deal is asking me to bring $9,000.00 to closing. I didn't sign all the papers in the contract. Does this make the contract invalid? I have printed the pages I didn't sign.

Help please answere.
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Sat Dec 26, 2015
Tom Priester answered:
Deborah

We wish you the very best luck with the sale of your home. The real estate market in Jupiter has been a little tricky so pricing and marketing will need to be spot on to get your best return. We publish weekly articles that you can find at the link below. If you are selling a single family home prices have finally stopped falling but condo prices have yet to turn the corner. Inventory is rising but still well below year ago levels and this season should see demand rising. Pending home sales are down almost 40% since May.

https://tompriester.wordpress.com

Over 90% of all buyers will shop on-line before contacting a Realtor and selling by yourself will limit the sites you will have access to post. Make sure you have professional high resolution photos and provide a well written description as attracting the buyers attention so they want to make the call is critical. We feel that less that 5% of all listings give the seller what we consider proper marketing exposure. Make sure you understand the pitfalls of writing a contract to watch out for your best interests and handling objections during the inspection period. Always get at least 3 proposals from closing agents as this can save you hundreds of dollars.

Our passion remains to raise the bar on quality and value for anyone needing real estate service throughout Palm Beach and Martin County and if you need help or advice with anything during the process please feel free to reach out to us.



Fins up........



Tom Priester
Principal Broker

Paradise Sharks
561.308.0175
info@paradisesharks.com
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Fri Jul 3, 2015
Jacquie Yekmalian answered:
Hi June,
Only specific sites allow sellers to list their home for sale without a Broker involved. FSBO would be the most recognized. If you get to a point your just not getting any serious buyers. Give me a call Im happy to go over some other options with you.

Jacquie Yekmalian
Blue to Green Realty
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Mon Jun 29, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
Only licensed real estate agent can list homes for sale on Trulia. Best of luck
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Fri Jun 5, 2015
Chad Barrett Penner Esq answered:
Unfortunately, you have got yourself in a pickle. Advice from a licensed real estate attorney is the best course of action. Real property is unique. There in lies the problem with being able to just change your mind while under contract. Normally, you can breach a contract and just pay the damages suffered by the other party or what was already agreed upon in the contract. Although you are under contract and that contract closing date has expired, the decisions of many court cases normally favors a fulfillment of the contract. From what I remember, the courts use the terminology "reasonable time to close" in these situations. Do to real property being unique, courts may favor what another person called specific performance. In a nutshell, the courts may force you to sell your property to the buyer if the buyer is able to pay you for it under the terms you originally agreed upon within a reasonable time frame of the original agreed upon closing date. What that time frame is is up to a judge to decide. Contact a lawyer. They are not always as expensive as some may think, and they are usually worth the cost. ... more
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Sat May 23, 2015
Tom Priester answered:
Holdridge,

It is hard to say without knowing what the contract you signed stated. If you signed a standard Florida As-Is Contract, which is used on the vast majority of purchases here in Jupiter, and you are still within the inspection period and no additional terms were added you should be able to cancel the contract without recourse. These contracts are truly nothing more than a free option on the property during the inspection period.

If you have no contingencies left your earnest money deposit is at risk but sometimes walking away from those funds can be a wise decision depending on your circumstances. You should sit down with the broker who is representing you and go over the details of your particular contract.


Fins up....


Tom Priester
Principal Broker

Paradise Sharks Real Estate
561.308.0175
tom@paradisesharks.com

www.paradisesharks.com
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Fri Jan 23, 2015
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you are listed with a broker ask your agent to make any necessary updates....
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
MrsAC answered:
What in the world would the poster be self promoting? Sounds like two idiotic replies from Sean and Craig Fialkowski trying to promote themselves.
LMAO
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
The first do is to hire a local full time agent who is experienced in your area. Bigger is not better. Nearly all agents will use the standard contract to list homes. Choose the best agent and see your home sell ... more
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Thomas Moser answered:
No they are not. I understand why you might want that but I cannot imagine why an agent would release that information.
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Wed Sep 25, 2013
J answered:
Good opinions below! I will add that to ensure correct interpretation of the contracts, please make a quick phone call to your local real estate attorney. The contracts, at least in my neck of the woods, are in part created and approved via the bar association. For questions such as this I inquire with the NC Real Estate Commission's legal department or an appropriate attorney. Good luck to you and thanks for the question. ... more
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Sat Jul 13, 2013
chambers.brenda07 answered:
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
Pauline Crain answered:
The Sea Palms HOA is GWM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: 561-951-6590.
The individual contact is Glenn Mangan: Direct: 561-694-2106 Fax: 561-694-2106
The Association email: SMB195755@comcast.net.
Good luck

Pauline Crain, Broker Associate
Mirsky Realty group
Direct: 561-452--5560
Email: paulinecrain@outlook.com
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