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Home Selling in 30041 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 14, 2017
Daniel Rosell asked:
Fri Dec 9, 2016
Gail Smith asked:
Tue Oct 18, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:

Your home is priced right, looks great in both MLS systems and is already accessible to investors. But cash investors typically pay no more than the low 200s. Also, your neighborhood may have rent restrictions that limit investor activity and that is a good thing IMHO. I think a sale will soon come along.

Full disclosure. I am an agent with the brokerage that is handling the sale, but I don't know your agent.

Good luck
Solomon Greene
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Mon Oct 12, 2015
Sloane asked:
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Hank Wilson answered:
The second over could however be a secondary offer, contingent upon failure of the first.
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Melanie Gurley answered:
You really should be looking at your particular community for average days on the market. Each community is different. In 30041 we have communities priced in the low 100's all the way up to multimillion dollar communities. Your Realtor should be able to provide this data for you. I will tell you right now, our inventory is very low across the board. Most homes priced well are able to procure a buyer within 20-30 days max. ... more
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Melanie Gurley answered:
I'm confused. Why would the buyer want to increase the sales price? Do you mean the buyer wants to increase the sales price and increase your contribution to his closing costs accordingly? If this is the case, you agent is correct. It will make no difference to you as the net will be the same. However, the Broker fees will also increase a little as the commission is based off the purchase price. The buyer will also be taking on more debt (he's financing his closing costs in other words), but that is of no concern to you. ... more
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