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Home Selling in Massapequa : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Carmined1 asked:
Newly constructed home built to the new height requirements of FEMA.
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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Carmined1 asked:
Newly constructed home built to the new height requirements of FEMA.
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Thomas J. Ryan answered:
I would recommend that you get the home in a very clean condition and get ready to make a price concession. Any change you make might not be to the buyer's taste
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Fri Apr 19, 2013
Lori Doyle answered:
I'm sure there are tons of comps out there - solds, actives, expireds - that will give you a range, but a professional Realtor does more than just interpret those comps. We'll know just by walking through, almost exactly what the house will be able to get just as it is on the market, and we'll also know what inexpensive little adjustments may be made that will increase the selling price. There are so many little intangibles that go into getting the best possible price for a property, that you'd be cheating yourself by not contacting a Realtor. I happen to know a good one... ... more
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Thu Apr 11, 2013
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Thu Apr 11, 2013
Jonathan D. Vasquez answered:
My best advice would to call a REALTOR(R). During a meeting with one of us we will be able to produce a FREE CMA (Comparative Market Analysis). This will be able to determine the price of your home based on the comps of homes on the market, recently sold in your area. Remember it's the time to sell due to LOW inteventory! Give me a call if you'd like some assistance and guidance 516.782.3028 or ... more
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Fri Sep 2, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
It depends how it was written, if it JUST said closing costs it is vague. Usually you want to spell it it such as will pay $10,000 towards closing costs including but not limited to points, prepaid interest, prepaid or prorated property taxes, prepaid property insurance and/or mortgage insurance. If the amount fo closing costs is under teh $10,000 there is no rebate unless it spells out what happens to the difference between the closing costs and the 10k such as the balance will be rebated to the buyer whoch if the buyer is getting a mortgage, may NOT be allowed. ... more
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Tue Aug 9, 2011
Amy Robinson answered:
Your real estate agent will pull comparables that are locationally, physically, and functionally the most similar to the subject property. Comparables should be based on properties having the same or similar locational characteristics as well as physical characteristics which include style, age, size, utility and condition. Comparable sales should be be selected based on sale price. These comparables will be used to determine an opinion of value before listingy our property for sale. ... more
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Brittany Dean answered:
Hello first let me introduce myself before further answering your question. My name is Brittany Dean and I work as a mother-daughter team at Century 21 Prevete with my mother Lucie Dean, who has nearly a decade of experience in the business . One of the usual first steps a home owner goes about in order to list their home is receive a comparative market analysis from a professional real estate agent. Me and my mother would love to offer to you a free comparative market analysis to help you successfully sell your home. My cell is 516-376-2580 and my mothers cell is 516-353-9965. Also my email iis Feel free to contact either of us at anytime to start your path towards selling your home or to even ask any further questions. My brother has lived in Seaford for over 25 years and we know the area, which is always an added bonus when receiving information from an outside source. We hope to hear from you soon.

Brittany Dean
Lucie Dean
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Wed Apr 28, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you are a for sale by owner, Trulia does not allow the post, however you can try blogging about your property--if you are listed with an agent, he/she can post it for you, just ask--or, consider a flat fee realty company that feeds into Trulia. ... more
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