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Home Selling in 48154 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 13, 2017
Chip Ferguson answered:
It's illegal to post these signs on public right of way. They're put up by investors seeking desperate homeowners who will sell well below what their homes are worth. If you see such signs on public land, feel free to throw them away. ... more
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Mon Oct 3, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Most often it is the listing agent. Unless you are using a discount broker than often the seller takes that task. When i take a listing and use the box, i give a stack of flyers to the seller who often can just replace with my copies if they see it empty. ... more
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Mon Dec 28, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
I agree with Alan. Call your agent, he can manually edit the price. As far as lack of showings, it is a very slow time of year. Not a lot of people out buying homes during the holidays. If you don't have more activity in the next two weeks, you're likely still over priced.

Also, people aren't relying on this site for their info. Most serious buyers are working with a Realtor who has access to the local MLS. If the price was reduced in the MLS, they'll know about it.
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Thu May 28, 2015
Corridor West Team answered:
Generally it is desirable to have a property backing public property such as a park or a school. This is not always true however, if the area has a lot of crime and the park for example is a place of gang activity or other crime then it may not be a positive factor for the house. ... more
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Mon Jul 7, 2014
Robert Torrey answered:
In most cases yes.I would weigh the cost to gain ratio out before i did it though. There might not be enough return in it to make it worth it.
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Fri Mar 25, 2011
Yolanda Dean answered:
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Wed Mar 16, 2011
Sharyn Willard, SRES, ABR answered:
There is a differerence between days on the market and cumulative days on the market. If you run some reports it will pull both days if it has been re listed. Check with your local real estate association office ... more
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Mon May 24, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Jeanne Feenick, New Jersey, back again - the brochure is one of several promotional pieces that are generally available at the home - it is the combination of them that makes for a complete package. Usually a brochure is high on photos and features, but may lack the level of detail found on the MLS listing. I recommend a brochure without the price with a current listing tucked inside to capture price as well as full details. Seems to me that provides a clear presentation and solves the problems of suspected "trickery" or "deception" on the part of the listing agent, which incidentally I think is a silly assertion.

Other supporting documents that might be available at the home can be the Seller's Disclosure, a copy of the survey, community, school, transporation materials.

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Jeanne Feenick
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