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Home Selling in Cedar Park : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Aug 10, 2017
Angelica P answered:

I am happy to help you get your listing removed from Trulia. Your listing was posted on Trulia through Zillow, which is a partner site that syndicates listings to Trulia. You can remove your listing from Trulia by removing it from Zillow. Here is a link to their Help Center with instructions:

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Fri Jul 28, 2017
Nelsberggren answered:
Would a patio under roof add to the house's square footage?
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Wed Aug 24, 2016
Ybasha asked:
I understand that the information is provided by my realtor, but i would like to see stats of the listing as to how many people viewed it or saved it in Trulia.
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Mon Apr 28, 2014
John Mick answered:
If the home you are selling is between $90,000 and $3,000,000, 7.5% should cover your costs. If you are selling your home, and buying another home in the Austin market, my move up program will allow you 3 different commission options. The title policy will cost you a little less than 1% in most cases, and the title company junk fees will run about .5% of the sale price. You should be safe figuring 1.5% + the Realtor commissions for your closing costs. ... more
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
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Fri Jun 28, 2013
Kimberly Johnson answered:
299,900 is definitely a good place to start. That way if closing help is needed or they offer lower there is room to negotiate. Also, by pricing just below 300 you will pick up all buyers that search up to 300. Some sellers want to price at 305 or 310 ect... It puts you out of the actual range of buyers you rea
lly want to target. Hope this helps! Kim
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Fri Mar 1, 2013
Erandbro answered:
Having been through the selling process this year, I am empathetic to your situation. After 6 months on the market, my second agent put it on the market as a rental; it went in a few days. I do want to address the professionals on here who state 'price' as being the issue; by far, the weakest group of sales professionals I've met are in the real estate field........then again, some of the best that I've seen are there as well. Of course one could keep dropping the price, and eventually, you have someone jump on it; that's NOT selling. Are there people out there who price their home UNreasonably high compared to the comps in the market? Absolutely. Are there people who have priced their homes based upon the guidance and direction of their agent, only to be told later on by the same agent that it's priced too high? Absolutely. To the latter question, I'm not referring to the agent that has fought for months to bring people into his/her client's home......marketed the heck out of it, and worked MULTIPLE open houses in it. I'm talking about the all-too-common agent that provides you a price based on his/her analysis of the comps, and then after 4 weeks of limited foot traffic blames the price, without really scrutinizing what he/she has been doing.......or not doing. In short, 'PRICE' is used WAY too often as the cause.
After 6 weeks with my first agent, and fewer than 6 showings, I parted company with him; it didn't help that he would not return an e-mail. (He was actually a 'Dave Ramsey' recommended agent.) My second agent pulled in more foot traffic in one week, than the first agent did in 6 weeks. (By the way, we got the showings beginning at a price that was higher than when my first agent was handling the effort.)
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