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Home Selling in Chapel Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Mon May 4, 2015
Kirsten Prizzi 239-248-1667 answered:
Susan, check your MLS listing input first, maybe you or administrator missed to put a check mark at this particular option. If it doesn't show contact Trulia or input yourself by click on the option add listing. ... more
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Fri Feb 6, 2015
Ernie Behrle answered:
I would simple Google real estate companies in the Chapel Hill area and call a couple. I know I would love to assist you but Raleigh is just a tad far to support a listing. When you call these companies, ask to speak to the broker in charge. That person should know who best handles your specific area within the office and have that person contact you. Good Luck!! ... more
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Mon Dec 22, 2014
Calvin James answered:
You can but it will be hard. That's a nasty jb that no new home owner will want to take care of. If I were you I would just take care of it before selling. I'm sure you can find a good septic tank service to get it done cheap! ... more
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Tue Jun 10, 2014
Brij Verma answered:
Chapel Hill has been seeing a real resurgence in recent months. We have offices located throughout the Triangle and would be happy to sit down and talk about your home, as well as create a custom report for your local market . You can contact me at and we'll coordinate to schedule a time. ... more
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Mon Oct 1, 2012
Wlliam Thompson answered:
I am an investor. Is this still available?


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Wed Aug 22, 2012
Christy Kimbro answered:
Hi Kelly, I hold a real estate broker's license as well as an auctioneer's license with AuctionFirst NC. A discerning piece of info with regard to whether to AUCTION versus a CONVENTIONAL sale has to do with the amount of equity you have in the property. This is key. It is important to know that though a Seller pays NO COMMISSION via the auction method, the Seller is responsible for up front marketing fees that generally equate to 1-1.5% of the Seller's "reserve price" (lowest acceptable offering price). 91 619-7347 ... more
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Fri Aug 17, 2012
Gary Wolgast answered:
I just decided to refinance and rent the property. It seems like the least painful option at this time.
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Wed Jan 20, 2010
Clarence Lupton asked:
This Townhome located at 202 W Barbee Chapel Rd, Chapel Hill NC, 27517 is currently for sale and has been listed on Trulia for 526 days. This property is listed by Meadowmont Realty of Chapel…
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Mon Jan 12, 2009
Linda Cromartie answered:
Hi Debbie,
You've received some very good answers. I would add one thing which is perhaps the most important: How it appears on the internet!

About 80% of today's home buyers start their search on the internet.

Questions to ask when interviewing agents:

1) Will you use a professional real estate photographer and include a virtual tour?

2) Where will the listing be featured? Will the agent invest in a special Agent Showcase on and (My company 's RE/MAX .com site is second only to in Google searches because of its instant name recogntion around the world) Will it be appear on Trulia, Yahoo and Craig's List?

3) Are these services included in the commission or extra expenses?

We are already showing increased interest in home buying as a result of the lower interest rates.

I hope this is helpful if you decide to sell your home,
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