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Home Selling in 27713 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 1, 2016
Steph asked:
In the state of NC. Long story short, the original developer went bankrupt and there are amenities that were lost like a neighborhood pool. Plus the parking situation in the townhome community…
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Fri Nov 13, 2015
Victory Property Management answered:
If they are relatively new, then you will probably not recoup your expense back. Here is the thing, it is all where you price the home. At the list price suggested by your agent, what are the other competing houses offering? Do they all have granite? Then instead of paying for the granite (and maybe they don't like the color or the style), why not lower the price to the bottom of the range. It will motivate sellers to consider your property.

Or, consider the price range just below or even just above your agent's suggestion. How does your home qualify in size, construction, amenities and overall quality to the others in the new price range?

Another option is to price your home the same as the homes with better flooring or granite and offer a $3,000 renovation budget paid at closing.
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Sat Nov 9, 2013
My NC Homes Team answered:
A perfectly nice development but it hasn't held it's value well, The area around it is developing and this will likely help solidify the values of the townhomes there over the next year or two. ... more
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Fri Jul 16, 2010
Bryan Yonish & Yonish answered:
Well, I've started a web site as a networking tool to help small business network. I started:

If I could get enough small businesses to submit a FREE banner ad maybe I could increase the link quality score for the Southpoint area.

Then maybe I could build a resource that folks would value specific to this area.
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Fri Sep 12, 2008
Jeffrey Rich answered:

The answers below are very valid in terms of what to do to market your home for an optimum price and terms in the least amount of time: i.e., pricing your home competitively, having a thorough professional inspection done, de-cluttering the interior, etc.

Now, let me share with you why I believe I am uniquely qualified to market your home:
1) I have lived and worked in this area as a Realtor for 12 years;
2) I have been in the real estate industry for 23 years as a broker, appraiser and investor (as an appraiser, I know how to evaluate the market and price your home competitively);
3) Not only would I list your home in the Triangle MLS but also on to access multiple high "SEO" websites such as Google Base, Cyberhomes, AOL Real Estate, Homescape, Yahoo!, Zillow, Trulia (of course), MyRealty, Oodle, Vast and others;
4) I have a highly visible presence on, where 82% of prospective buyers begin their home search;
5) I'll give you more personal and responsive service than the larger franchise companies;

Let me put my experience and capability to work for you! I invite you to contact me by phone or e-mail as indicated below. Thanks!

Jeffrey Rich
Innisfree Properties, LLC
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