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Tue Sep 30, 2014
Jeff and Kaye Piggot answered:
I would change your number right away. Don't post the number or your email, your opening yourself to all sorts of people using the number and email in fraudulent situations.
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Sun May 12, 2013
Ronnie Foy answered:
If your existing lender is Chase, Bank of America, Citi-corp or Wells Fargo, you may want to call them direct and see what they will do, then compare with local lenders, you may be able to streamline the deal, get a better interest rate and lower closing costs going back through the original lender. ... more
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Wed May 8, 2013
Renita Freeman answered:
one huge advantage of using a real estate pro to help sell your home is the amount of exposure you get through MLS listings. It is a great way to get your property shown to "its new owner". The agent is another way to get a great advantage too. Your interest is put above anything else by your agent. Our job is to take care of you and to watch out for you first. An agent can help you know what a good listing price is for your home. By comparing like homes you can price yours to sell fast. An advantage of selling your home yourself is you do not have the commissions. But, you have to field all calls yourself and show your home without the assistance of an agent. The commission is saved by FSBO but with real estate there is a lot of paperwork that must be completed correctly. This is an advantage of having an agent. My broker really stated it best when she said, "I don't sell homes, I just help facilitate the paperwork on buying one." Basically, our job is to make selling your home a easy process for you.
Renita Freeman
TODAY in Lubbock Real Estate
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