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Home Selling in 75007 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 4, 2012
Bryan Song answered:
A lot of my home buyers usually like to move into their new home before the winter so that moving can be much easier regarding the cold weather, however, to answer your question generally I would have to agree with one of the previous comment that as long as you and your agent strategically map out the price, interior attentiveness and the other factors that contribute to a faster sale can all accommodate in a fast and easy experience for your house to sell in carrollton.

Kindest Regards,

Bryan Song
Residential Agent
Beam Real Estate
Office: 972-484-6644
Cell: 214-597-7138
14455 Webb Chapel Rd
Farmers Branch Tx 75234
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Wed Aug 24, 2011
Bruce Lynn answered:
54 is the median....

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Wed Jul 21, 2010
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
Actually I don't think $255,000 is any better of a search price than $265,000 from an internet standpoint. Whenever possible I always advise my Sellers to price for internet real estate sites--where most people will search $225,000 to $250,000 or $250,000 to $275,000 -- by pricing at $250,000 you wind up at the top in one of the searches and at the very bottom in the second search.

When I am working with a Buyer on a new build I always include a clause that allows for a re-negotiation of price should the builder drop their base price during the time the house is being built or if there is a major shift in the market. Short of having something of that type in your contract, I doubt the builder will be willing to give a price concession.
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