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Home Selling in 27615 : Real Estate Advice

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Diane Christ…, Real Estate Pro in Sarasota, FL
Sat Oct 25, 2014
Diane Christner answered:
If your parents are both deceased, the state will have specific legislation regarding disposal of the estate assets, so it's in your best interests to consult an attorney that specializes in estates and probate. Disposing of estate assets is not normally a do it yourself project.

I did a quick search and found the following, which may give you additional information:
http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/north-carolina-probate-an-overview.html
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Jo Barnes, Real Estate Pro in RALEIGH, NC
Fri Nov 1, 2013
Jo Barnes answered:
Sherry, the answer (here in NC) is NO- NO- NO- NO ! In the state of North Carolina if your name is on the deed then your name best be on the listing agreement as well.

And if what you say is true and the REALTOR won't contact you , then you need to 1, CALL AN ATTORNEY 2. CALL THE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION to report , and 3. call me for the names of some great real estate attorneys ... more
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Laurie Gartl…, Home Seller in 27615
Wed May 15, 2013
Laurie Gartland answered:
Yes, the 3rd floor was the issue. The house was under contract recently and was measured by the appraiser at 4,000 sf. We bought the house 14 years ago thinking the 3rd floor was permitted because it was in the MLS as just under 4,000. We did get it permitted recently and paid a bunch of money to get it up to code.

For such a wonderful, well-built house, the whole process has been amazingly difficult and confusing.
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Mike Jaquish, Real Estate Pro in Cary, NC
Wed May 15, 2013
Mike Jaquish answered:
Laurie,

When your listing expired in February, that listing only indicated 3949 square feet.
Was it measured by a licensed appraiser for that listing? Did that include your finished attic?
Have you had it measured by a licensed appraiser to support the 4000 square foot claim?

A mentioned, to update the photos, you will need to be on MLS, as Trulia sweeps listing details from MLS and from agents.
Also, you should bear in mind that Trulia is not a great venue for advertising homes to actually sell them. Trulia is for agents to troll ads to catch potential clients.
Trulia should be an afterthought, not a cornerstone of an aggressive advertising campaign.
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Thomas Bohlm…, Real Estate Pro in Rolesville, NC
Tue Aug 14, 2012
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