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Home Selling in San Bernardino : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 12, 2016
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Sorry to hear about that.

Many brokers such as myself offer do offer to cancel the listings on request. I looks like people should get that in writing. To get the most action against an agent, you should call the local board of Realtors. They have a stake in being sure that Realtors have a good reputation. They come down on the Realtors harder than the State does actually. They can fine them, cut them off from the MLS and yes force them to cancel the listing. ... more
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Tue Jul 29, 2014
Tristam Bielecki answered:
How are you determining "rough market price"? Your home may sell for more than you are estimating, or you might be able to keep the home and rent it out to cover your home loan payments. I'd get a local agent to give you a market analysis and some options before engaging in a short sale or bankruptcy. ... more
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Fri Sep 13, 2013
Peggy Marie Underwood answered:
I would recommend Nancy Turner as she also is a mobile home dealer. While real estate agents can sell them they are not normally as familiar as the dealer agent. She is not only a mobile home expert she is an excellent Real Estate Agent as well. Nancy's phone # is 909-554-0884. Whenever I get a request that markets a mobile home in a park. She is my gal.

Sincerely,
Peggy
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Wed Jul 10, 2013
Chandra Watkins answered:
House prices have gone up and many homes are no longer under water. If you are considering selling, now is a great time!
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Fri Jan 20, 2012
Ryan Ottosen answered:
I can go into a long detailed answer if you want but the quick answer is yes it is legal, there are multiple ways to advertise your property I have several suggestions all of which would depend if you were going to do it yourself or if you were going to utilize a REALTOR; and yes it can be listed on the MLS. I have sold over 100+ houses in San Bernardino over the last 3 years, I have a great relationship with a property management company and would be happy to go into detail with you however you are comfortable.
A longer more detailed response here, you can email me at Ryan@GlendoraRealEstate.org, you can send me a text or call me at 626 991 2156. Let me know how I can help
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.
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Mon Jan 17, 2011
Heather Paul answered:
You will need to contact a local Realtor to assist you with the sale of your mobile home if you have not already. The local county clerk recorder should have a copy of the recorded deed on file and you can request a copy directly from them. You may also be able to contact a local title company for this information. Feel free to call me, I know of a great Realtor in your area that can help you sell your mobile home. It seems that there is a little more information to your question needed. Is the space rent up to date? If it is not, then I would highly recommend seeking the help of a Real Estate attorney, you will want an attorney that specializes in real estate transactions. What is the reason the park is stating they are going to take and sell your mobile home? Is it that they want to use their own sales people, some parks do this in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. At this point, I would definitely get all your original contracts and a copy of your deed, plus any additional paperwork you may have and contact an attorney before it is too late.

Good luck,
Heather Paul
Coldwell Banker
(424)625-1037
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Tue Sep 14, 2010
Deborah Lowry answered:
A lot depends on the condition of the house. Difficult to answer without seeing it but I did run a search on the MLS to see what has sold in that neighborhood recently, and one sold for $69,000 and another for $75,000. Both of those 3BR, 1BA. What yours will sell for may differ, just depends of many factors. ... more
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Wed Aug 18, 2010
Keith Sorem answered:
My experience is that the agents that buy and sell homes in mobile home parks are pretty specialized.

Talk with the Mobile Park Manager and ask them for recommendations on who is the best. ... more
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Tue Aug 10, 2010
Willy Olsen answered:
Price and selling terms are key to how quickly any property will sell.
If you want, you can contact me directly and we can go over some details and get your mobile home sold.
Willy

760-985-2671
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Wed Jul 28, 2010
Jane Grant answered:
I remember your other question about not being able to find your title documents. Contact www.curtislawgroup.com and see if they can assist you. They do free consultations and specialize in Real Estate. I realize you feel there is no hope but perhaps they can help you. ... more
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Sun Nov 29, 2009
Jesse Sierra answered:
Hi Darcy,
This is only a price opinion just to give you an idea. For a solid value call an appraiser.
There is a listing right west from your lot and it's listed at $12,500 (Price improvement in July 2008) with the same square footage of your lot.
Your lot can list from $5,000 up to $10,000, it all depends how fast you want to sell.
The average day of lots on the market are 565 days, the price range from $4,900 - $250,000.

Let me know if this helps, (if it did, give me a little thumbs up by clicking the thumbs up button)

Best Regards,

Jes Sierra, B.Sc.
Realtor®
Century 21 Beachside Realtors®
Chino Hills, California
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