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Home Selling in 33442 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 29, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
It depends what your contract states and if the buyer is within the dates to inform you are within the mortgage contingency
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Mon Oct 17, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you want to sell the home it is. Usually the first step is to see if you can object to the amount by your agent submitting realistic comps to the appraiser or buyers bank for re consideration. If they say no, then that is a good plan to get your house sold ... more
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Wed Aug 17, 2016
Greg Bates answered:

Yes you can cancel. Be sure to read the listing agreement. Most contracts typically have verbiage about having to reimburse any marketing fees, ask to see receipts.
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Tue Mar 10, 2015
Quinntonia Berry answered:
This site if for licensed agents only. You will need to hire a Realtor if you want to list here.
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Sat Nov 24, 2012
Neil Blair-Bennett answered:

interview a number of agents and find out who is going to work in your best interests. Find out the marketing strategies that prospective agents would use to sell your home. Ask them to come up with a valuation before you tell them what you need to make. Look at the track record for those agents, have they successfully sold homes in your neighborhood recently?

In the long run, statistics show that most for sale by owners wind up listing the property with an agent. This is after they have spent time marketing their own property, scheduling their own showings etc. All the while this is costing time and money that would have been better spent working with a competent agent and getting the job done.

Best of luck and find that quality agent. From what I see here, there are very capable people to choose from.

Neil G. Blair-Bennett
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
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Wed Oct 20, 2010
gabriel palotas answered:
Dear Jackie,

As one that really understands your position and can only add one question that only you have the answer for.
Why are you selling? If the answer of keeping the house is the lessor of the loss than tell that buyer to stick it.
If an the other hand the house has been sticking it to you and will continue to do so and your financial well being is further challenged, does it pay to hang in there? Do you have other options? Have you contacted " loss mitigators" or the lender for program that are offered? Difficult questions many sellers are asking I wish the answer would be simple . In your place I would always look at the alternatives and size them up.
Good Luck,
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Wed Oct 20, 2010
gabriel palotas answered:
Negotiations is an art. Some prefer a complicated design. Some stick to finger painting abstracts.
Than we run into critics.
It all boils down to do we like it or not?
You seem to be a meat and potato gall Jackie. So simply answer the question is it yes or no?
I am not an artist. I do love meat and potatoes and the people that think that way.

I think Jackie you already have the answer so why are you hesitating ...... your gut is right go with it.

Good Luck,
Goulash is just an other name for a simple but wonderful Hungarian Peasant Delicacy I was raised on it.
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