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Home Selling in Perkasie : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Barbara Graser answered:
It will depend on what was written in the contract. When in doubt, consult a Real Estate Attorney.
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Tue Nov 13, 2012
Christina Rougerie answered:
Absolutely, painting is one of the most inexpensive home improvements. Especially when preparing your home for sell. Neutral color palette is the common phrase tossed around in the staging industry, however not everything needs to be beige. Grey is a neutral too. Our best friend with color and also our challenger is natural light. When color is used in these spaces it can either look very powerful or soothing. I am happy to see Agents support the market of Home Staging! Thank you. ... more
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Wed May 9, 2012
M Kelly answered:
lower your price - it's not worth what you think it's worth, and prices are falling faster than you think. you're also competing against a huge backlog of foreclosures - these will be dumped by the banks for years to come. ... more
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Eve Gulla answered:
I would be very interested in meeting with you to help you sell your home. I live in Perkasie and know the area very well and have been in the business for 25 years. I would like to give you a marketing presentation on how I can effectively sell your home in the current market. I work in the Doylestown Keller Williams office which is one of the top selling offices in Bucks County.

I look forward to the opportunity. My contact information is below. The best way to reach me is my cell phone number.

Eve Gulla
Keller Williams Real Estate
2003 S. Easton Road, Suite 108
610-739-2710 (cell)
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Wed Aug 10, 2011
Jonathan Shidler answered:
Try a Lease Option or a form of Seller Financing.

Have your mortgage covered for the time. And sell for a future price.

Right now, the ability to finance a deal is almost more valuable than the property itself.

Talk with any one of your local Realtors in the area that knows about Lease Option benefits. They can explain a lot more indepth.

I did a deal that will net my deeply under water seller an extra 17k when a standard sale would of had them putting 50k into the deal (a definite short sale)

Closing happened in 14 days.

Loads of benefits.
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Sat Sep 8, 2007
J Lo answered:
I really missed this thread - and I see you've sparked great interest.

I have to concur with most of the postings - and put a little twist on the answers.

Although, I would not keep a buyer from viewing a listing - I do have buyers who do not want to deal with the FSBO - Limited or otherwise.

Buyers today want to be protected - and the perception is that there isn't a safety net when dealing with a FSBO. This isn't what you are told by the commercials or the providers of these services - mostly you are advised of the $$ you will be saving.

However, if the statistics are true: 80% of the FSBO's will return to the traditional form of selling with an agent representative, AND if time is money - What are you saving?

So, to answer your question - I will be more than willing to show your home, but my current buyers may not want to.
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