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Home Selling in Canton : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 27, 2017
Mitch answered:
Neither! White is hard to cover over darker colors. First you need to prime the walls with Kiltz or 123primer. Depending on how old the paint is, it may be oil based paint. You can check for oil based paint (latex paint will not stick to oil it bubbles and peels of) if the walls are stained or oil base use oil based Kiltz. If you selling paint with Behr Pro in the back isle of the Home Depot paint section. This paint was made by Kiltz and relabled Behr. The paint for contractors and is value priced and usually covers in 1-2 coats. Go with a Sherwin Williams color code like gobe desert. The is a good netural color which is appealing to most people, covers good and will sell your house quickly. ... more
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Tue Apr 25, 2017
Cassandra M. Bickel answered:
Zillow has purchased Trulia and will automatically post on both. I would suggest posting your phone number in the comments not just the side. Good luck if you are still selling.
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Sat Feb 8, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
You need to call your attorney and discuss the MATERIAL loss you have suffered. Your attorney can then recover such loss from the responsible parties. The only option you really have is to make sure you advise everyone you know to not use Zillow or Trulia for real estate purposes. They are suitable for entertainment purposes only. Friends won't let their friends be deceived. There exist more significant issues regarding your homes data that could prove more persuasive for your attorney's use. Look into the hazard and peril issue. ... more
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
greg answered:
If you are quoting heated square footage, but other "savvy" sellers are using "public record" square footage, then they are getting a HUGE advantage in the "cost per square foot" and thus much higher rankings in the various real estate websites out there! It is just not fair! And since there doesn't appear to be a correct answer to the question, why not use the public record figures from the Tax Digest and boost your odds of selling at a better price! ... more
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Tue Nov 22, 2011
Terry Bell answered:
Contact a Realtor to get comps done on your house and evaluate your equity. If you have an accountant or tax person, you might also discuss the pros and cons of taking equity out to buy a new house and rent out the old one. ... more
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Fri Apr 22, 2011
Angela Hunter answered:
Your answer is 95% yes if you don't expect to go "Short Sale". My last Short Sale took only 47 days but you will find every Bank-Short Sale is different and may take over 6 months. There is several questions you need answered to find out the best solution for you. Don't hesitate to call or text me at 770-377-5924. Best Wishes, Angela ... more
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Fri Apr 22, 2011
Angela Hunter answered:
Save yourself some money. Try this first:
Get a CERTIFIED copy of the Court Order which releases the Bond, send a copy of it and whatever other documents with a letter to the Bonding Company requesting that they release the lien.
Hope this helps and of course don't hesitate to call or text me at 770-377-5924. Best Wishes, Angela
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Thu Sep 16, 2010
Sheila Webb answered:
Hello Ann,
Most likely it is because when it pulled from the MLS's it did not have a photo at the time they listed it. So, that's how it went it Trulia. I don't believe Trulia goes back to pull newer pics or info. The agent must enter new info or pics manually on Trulia after the initial listing. I hear and see that problem alot.
Also, be sure that if/when you reduce your price that your agent comes here to enter it manually otherwise I don't believe it will update to the new price. I specialize in the 30115 area and see that all the time especially in that zip code.
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Thu Nov 5, 2009
Ursula and Associate answered:
$268,000 with $7,875 seller paid closing costs with a closing date of 9/28/09.
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