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Wed Aug 28, 2013
Molly Bonis answered:
Nora ~

There are sellers interested in lease to own options. I welcome the opportunity to assist you in finding a home ITB that accommodates your needs. Feel free to call or email me with any questions.

Kind regards,

Molly
919-638-5523
bergmanm@hpw.com
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Mon May 6, 2013
Jim Olive answered:
Many potential sellers are sitting on the sidelines waiting for prices to rise to where they are willing to jump in. Remember, many people paid a LOT more for their homes than they would sell for today, so, if they can afford to wait, they're not going to sell until they can either take less of a loss or break even. It's a tough spot. I have several buyers just waiting for something to pop up, and who knows how long that could take! Best of luck to you in your purchase... ... more
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
David Worters answered:
Joel: more than likely, your realtor has a distribution network that will automatically distribute your listing to various on-line outlets. amazingly, however, this process is not instantaneous, and it can take 24-72 hours for various outlets to pick up and properly display new listings or changes to existing listings. What most people do not realize, is that not all realtors are created equal in this area, and nor are all real estate firms. Some firms have relationships with additional outlets that are not part of whatever constitutes "basic" marketing these days -- perhaps realtor.com, trulia.com, and zillow.com. Since your ability to sell your home is all about your realtor's ability to effectively market your home, i'd recommend an in-depth conversation with your realtor on this point. Then, the other thing you're going to want to look for are individual realtors who have enhanced placement (i.e. your listings at the top of the list) on the various outlet. On Trulia, that means you want a Trulia Elite Pro realtor, on Zillow it's called Premier. The best way to figure out whether your realtor is what you are looking for is to get on those sites and see whose listings are appearing at the top of relevant searches. Pretend you are looking for your own home, and see what you find. That will tell you a lot about who might be more effective than others when it comes to on-line visibility and distribution. ... more
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Fri Oct 22, 2010
Joe Matthews, MBA answered:
Hi Ashly, that is a great thought -relocating to Raleigh! Welcome! There is a good supply of homes in the NCSU area. Please let me know what is your Rental or mortgage 'budget9; and I should be able to send you listings for you to review. As the market is relatively slow even here in the Triangle, some sellers may be open to lease-to-sell. ... more
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