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Home Selling in 30345 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Dec 5, 2014
Jackson Willis answered:
I think you should talk to a plumber and find out exactly what this will mean for the new owners. Once you get a professional opinion you should be able to assess how much you want to help for the misunderstanding. If you want to be helpful you could even help the new owners find a good plumber. If their new to the area they probably don't know of one.
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
Vicky & Robert Pasmanick answered:
Robert Pasmanick recently stated that " My favorite remedy is helping Homeowners and Sellers solve their leaky basement issues start by looking up. Often gutters are clogged and overflowing water will create a wet basement issue. Next, make sure all gutters are properly connected to downspout extenders diverting water 10 feet away from the home. This solution has worked 100% of the time'.
Robert Pasmanick recommends to his Clients, " If you have a wet basement, call your Realtor® ".

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Wed Jul 10, 2013
Sally English answered:
Congrats on selling your home. Good luck with your move.
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Fri Jan 18, 2013
Sally English answered:
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Thu Jan 3, 2013
Sally English answered:
Looks like the balance is swinging over to slightly favor sellers at the beginnng of 2013. About an equal number of buyers and sellers. Prices have stabilized and perhaps started a small recovery in this price range.

If you are thinking about buying in 2013, you need to get moving.
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Wed Feb 10, 2010
Sally English answered:
Best bet is to go ahead and contact a Pest control company and get them to do a "free" inspection. Then you will know the costs of any termite related issues with your home. Everything is negotiable in real estate these days. Good fortune comes to the prepared. Try Active Pest control.

Let me also put in a plug for having your home pre-inspected by a Home Inspection company. The inspection report will help you identify issues that need to be addressed before you put the home on the market. You can then display the report along with the "fixes" as a part of your marketing presentation for Buyers. Serious buyers do not want to deal with inspection and house maintenance problems in todays competitive real estate market,
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Wed Feb 10, 2010
Sally English answered:
Jim and others who are considering discount brokers to list your home,
The marketplace is large and discount brokers are the right answer for some sellers. Unfortunately, it is usually the wrong set of sellers who get hooked up with discount brokers. The following sellers need all the expertise they can get from an experienced full service real estate brokerage
1. Sellers who have financially distressed properties
2. Sellers who face foreclosure
3. Sellers who need to move quickly
4. Sellers who have homes that need some fix up work
5. Sellers who need to maximize the net dollars they receive from the sell of their home,.
6. Sellers who have full time jobs or otherwise are not available to show their home during week days,
7. Sellers soncerned about the security risks of showing their home to strangers.
8. Sellers who are not good negotiators.
Okay, turn about is fair play. Who should consider listing with a discount broker
1. Jim.....sounds like you have the experience necessaey to treat this as a business transaction
2. Others who have time available to market and show the home
3. Sellers with a year or more before they have to move,.
4. Sellers with a lot of equity and who do not need the proceeds of the sale for their next home purchase.
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