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Home Selling in 48076 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 27, 2016
Gregory Young answered:
Yes. Go to The most valued and preferred source.
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Tue Feb 21, 2012
Joe Bertera answered:
In a case like that either the seller or the buyer would have to bring additional money to closing if you can agree on the difference between the appraisal and the sale price. The other option would be to lower the sale price to meet the appraisal and you would have to bring the difference to closing to satisfy the mortgage payoff. ... more
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Thu May 22, 2008
smith3gary answered:
Heidi, Some interesting traditional ideas. The latest ideas do not include the scatter gun approach. They rely on target marketing to qualified home buyers. Please keep in mind that every marketing piece about your home is required by law to have the Broker (company) name and either address or phone number. So when you're looking at agents brochures, I want you to cover up every part of the page that has to do with the agent and or the agents company.

Web 2.0 is one of the latest ways to market properties. Luckily, several agents in Oakland County practice using this technique to market homes through networking an blogging.

Most agents utilizing this way of marketing will not simply rely on older forms of marketing like, the Multiple Listing Service, or simply pounding a sign in your yard, placing an ad in the paper, perhaps a few postcards, and praying your home will sell. They will make use of many Vertical Search Engines and include all large competing real estate companies in the marketing of your home.

I do not service Southfield, but instruct agents to effectively market homes. If you would like to find out more, simply contact me through Trulia by clicking my photo. No obligation or cost initial contact.
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