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Fri Oct 21, 2016
Brian asked:
2400 feather sound drive #724, Clearwater, fl 33772
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Mon Dec 28, 2015
Bev Snider Spikes asked:
Tue Mar 17, 2015
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Sat Aug 23, 2014
Gilbert Iarocci answered:
Personally I always will buy a home first, then put my current home on the market. It gives me time to do repairs or updating in the new home. It gives me time to move, I have too much stuff, not quite enough to make that TLC show, but still more than I should. Moving this way keeps you from having to do a double move, or forcing you to put your items in storage and live in a rental. The draw back is double payments and upkeep on 2 homes. Also not everyone can qualify for a new loan, while still owning their old house. ... more
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Frank Dolski answered:
Ed, not sure of the answer. Did you ask your Realtor? I have no issues with my pictures posting on Trulia or any other site. I post as many as 35 on this site.

Frank Dolski MBA, ABR, e-PRO
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Volman answered:
Sassy. Legal issues aside, because I am not a lawyer and cannot give legal advice, the best way is by mutual consent. As a non interested party (i'm not trying to be your next broker), I would recommend the following steps.

•Ask the agent to cancel the listing. Be aware that Exclusive Right-to-Sell listings contain a safety or protection clause.
•If the agent refuses, call the agent’s broker and request a cancellation.
•If the broker refuses, ask the broker to assign another agent to you. Most reputable brokers who want to maintain good community relations will cancel a listing if the seller insists.
•If there are no workable solutions, call a real estate lawyer for termination assistance, but first, tell the broker of your intentions to do so. Sometimes that’s enough to get a release.

I hope this helps
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Mon Jun 27, 2011
Angie & Noelle Morris Team answered:
I've been working in the area for the past 13 years, it's a very desirable area, everyone loves the schools and how close the beaches are. Are you thinking of buying or selling? I can help you with either, call me 727-458-3405,

Noelle Morris
Keller Williams Realty
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Sun Jan 20, 2008
Phil Fowler answered:
Hello Marvin,

To determine the market value, location plays a very important part. Is the park located on waterfront, major highway, and also how old is the home? Condition is as important. Without knowin the age, location and condition of the home it could be valued between $18,000 - $45,000.

If you care to be more specific, you have a more accurate answer.
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