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Home Selling in 32780 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 18, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Not necessarily. You really need to ask your Realtor this question. We have no idea what your contract to buy states regarding the condo association.
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Sun Mar 15, 2015
Robin Ricker answered:
NOW ! School will be out soon, and we have more buyers than sellers, its time to make your move!
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Sun Mar 15, 2015
Robin Ricker answered:
This is a great time to sell, it has gone from a buyers market to a seller's market, just give me a call and we can discuss your next move! 321-289-8881
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Thu Oct 21, 2010
Robin Ricker answered:
If you would like information on selling your home as a short sale you can reach me at the below number. I have my Certification in Short Sales and Foreclosures. It is best if you still reside in your residence during the process of selling your home. Our commission is collected at the closing, and will be paid out of proceeds from the sale of your home. Please contact me if you would like further details.
Robin Ricker
321-289-8881
Century 21 Flag Agency, Inc.
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Thu Jul 29, 2010
Joanna Morris answered:
I agree with the other answers that you can include it in the total square footage but not as living sq ft. especially if it is a workshop and not living area.

However Myke was right that adding a window unit would not qualify it for living sq ft. It would have to be done in the same fashion as the home. ... more
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Sat Jul 11, 2009
Pat Argo answered:
David & Brandee,
Congratulations on getting your house leased in March 2009! Renting would have been my advice as well if I had seen your post in September! I have leased homes for other military families (and others) who chose not to take the deep hit. I live only about 4 blocks away from your house. Since I also own some rental homes, I am experienced as an owner as well as an agent. No one knows for sure how long it will take to turn it all around and get closr to your purchase price. Only time will tell!

Maybe you willl be able to move back some day? After your renting is "seaasoned", you may even be able to buy another home in a future location. If you bought right, you have made your first investment,, and I wish you many more! My first home in Titusville was VA and I was so nervous about the price and payments. It was the springboard eventually to several others as we outgrew our first home!

Have an awesome rest of the year!
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Wed May 20, 2009
Tami Leliuga Shriver answered:
Good Afternoon,

A mortgage company has the right to accept any offer they so desire ... it's not a matter of legality. And, though it may seem they have accepted a lower offer .... it may have been the most "complete" & strongest offer .... there are other terms to consider - proof of funds, closing date, concessions, etc. The short sale process has no "governing" rules & can be a diffficult process to understand.

What can you do? I would recommend contacting an attorney as well as a tax accountant. Both professionals will be better suited to analysis your complete situation and provide proper advice.

I wish you the best.

Rock Solid in Real Estate,
Tami Leliuga
Prudential The Property Place
Direct: 321-863-2233
Efax: 407-210-3773
www.SellingBrevard.com

Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass .... it's about learning to dance in the rain!
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