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Home Selling in 06032 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Sep 6, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
When limiting the definition of a Listing Agent to "handles the marketing and gets the fee," you're missing a HUGE part of the equation which is representation of the Seller with regard to the terms and conditions of the sale, and the protection of their interest according to fiduciary duties and real estate law.

On the other hand, I suppose you can limit the definition of a Selling Agent to the person who shows the home - but again you'd be missing the biggest and most important part of their duties which again is client representation "soup to nuts."

Getting the best attention for your sale comes from doing your homework and interviewing two to three agents, bringing to light what is important to you, and from there asking how they will help you in the attainment of what is "most" important which actually varies person to person.

And yes, you would want distinctive roles in the sale of your home.

Good luck!
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Fri Mar 3, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
Consumer Care Advocate
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Kevin Jordan and Lori Rust answered:
This depends on the current condition of the kitchen. A partially upgrade may be an option as cabinet refacing or new countertops. You should interview a few Realtors for listing your home and get their opinions. ... more
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Fri May 9, 2014
Eryen LaLonde answered:
Hi Enoch. It is completely understandable to have many questions and concerns about selling or renting your home. I agree with Liza about determining your friends commitment to buying or selling your house. If they are not sure I would highly recommend contacting an agent to set up an interview about listing your property.
Agents will provide you with a comparative market analysis to help you determine a list price for your home.
Agents can also rent your property if you decide you don't want to sell at this point.
Any dedicated agent will be there to answer your questions and help guide you through this process ultimately helping you sell your home for top dollar.
As a local listing agent I believe professional realtors bring a tremendous amount of value to any real estate transaction.

Experienced agents have first hand market knowledge and when representing you we utilize that knowledge to properly position your home to sell at the highest possible price.

For example this is what I offer my sellers...

Top-notch marketing and proven selling systems.
Fast and professional response to all leads.
Listing on the MLS & a variety of other top real estate sites.
Price guidance according to market data and recent sales.
Advice on Home staging and tips to get your home show ready.
Knowledge of required disclosures and legal documents.
Buyer feedback and private showings.
Confirmation of potential buyer qualifications.
Ability to Counter offer and negotiation expertise.
And so much more.
I believe communication is key and when you work with right agent they can make this a rewarding experience.

I would love to meet & chat to learn more about your specific needs.
Feel free to contact me at any time.

My direct line is (860)384-4992
Eryen LaLonde - Realtor
Personalized service you deserve because your move matters !
Keller Williams
West Hartford, CT
www.4SaleCT.com
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Wed May 7, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Di,
Only if it came in low and you are attempting to renegotiate. Appraisals are opinions of value, not necessarily a fact. If an appraiser uses poor comparable sales or makes mistakes which an agent can demonstrate, the value can be disputed and corrected.
If your value is at or over the purchase price, you don't have to share anything. You paid for the appraisal and it's your property.
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Mon May 13, 2013
Ted Kostzewski answered:
The buyer I assume had a qualified inspector go through the home as part of the contingencies. In the contract or offer, there are usually time frames for completing each contingency. Those time frames have long since past. While they can still back out of the deal, your attorney would probably advise you that the buyers' deposit or binder would be at risk if you have lived up to all your contractual obligations. ... more
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Sun May 12, 2013
Mack McCoy answered:
As Ron Thomas says, Sellers have no rights concerning FHA appraisals.
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Tue Aug 11, 2009
Joanna Adams answered:
In a current transaction I had with a client (she was a buyer), she switched attorneys "midstream" because her attorney was unresponsive. She was much happier with her second choice and the closing went smoothly as a result. Now, I'm not suggesting that you switch attorneys if you are happy. However, your attorney is working for you and you will be paying him or her for their services at your closing. If he or she is unreachable, then you are not getting the service that you paid for. Most real estate attorneys expect to be contacted often by their clients. My suggestion would be to contact 1 or 2 other attorneys in the area and get their advice, and possibly switch if necessary. Good luck! ... more
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