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Thu Mar 19, 2015
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Brian F. Walsh answered:
Once you are signed in go to the bottom of the page to submitt your listings and enter your listing. Once it is listed it will appear under my listing and then thier will be a button the says update details and that is where you can edit your listing.

Good luck!
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Linda answered:
I have sold at least 5 homes FSBO. Saved the buyers a lot of money. You can basically write out what you and the buyer agree to and take it to a lawyer that handles closings....and save THOUSANDS of current buyer (for some reason) went out after we had talked three different times and brought in a buyers they have the cost of the house AND the agents, added about $10K to their costs.
I always use a law group to do the closing and have never had a problem.....
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Jy answered:
Thanks, Teresa and John!
The builder is modifying one of the stock plans - so what's the boundary between 'personalizing' and 'customizing'? It is a refundable binder - but does the contigency really favor a home buyer? We are worried if a binder is put down, it will leave us little or no room to negotiate on upgrades and final price. Coz I have heard so many ugly stories about the earnest money. ... more
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Tue Jul 7, 2009
Team Carlos answered:

A great way to obtain information about foreclosure homes is to speak with a Realtor that works with Short Sales. These are Pre-Foreclosure oppotunities whereby you may be able to get a lower price that that of the ultimate foreclosure price since the short sale would save the lender administrative costs. In the event he short sale is not successful you will know first hand that the property will go into foreclosure and you can follow back onto the market.

Mike Carlos
Keller Williams Realty
Tallahassee, FL
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