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Home Selling in 85233 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Sep 12, 2016
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Tue Aug 16, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
I suggest the two of you visit an attorney "together." You have three things afoot on as far as I see: an agreement for tenancy, the rent-to-own according to your sister's understanding, AND your relationship as siblings which is priceless.

Once both of you (together, present at the same meeting with the attorney) hear what he or she has to say, you will then have a basic framework to move forward legally and lawfully. How you will "use" the information, and the effect it will have on your relationship (at that point) will be totally up to you. Hopefully compassionate hearts and cool heads will prevail.

Good luck!
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Fri Feb 12, 2016
Yanoska Diaz answered:
Not on this site. Only licensed agents can list homes for sale.
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Mon May 4, 2015
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Mon Mar 2, 2015
Edward Maddox answered:
Have always been able to load more than one photo. As indicated, it may be a technical glitch. Check with Trulia Service reppresentative.
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Mon Mar 2, 2015
Edward Maddox answered:
It is a good practice for the buyers Realtor to be at the home inspection. It also helps explain item in report to client, if they are not available to attend.
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Sun Mar 1, 2015
Dorene Slavitz answered:
I would contact a local Realtor and invite them to my home to discuss the sale and fees and so forth. I would interview (3) three who you get from referrals from friends.
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Fri Dec 25, 2009
Betty Stroll answered:
Yes the MLS services have rules and regulations as to who can use and have access to the lockboxes
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Thu Dec 10, 2009
Ted Canto answered:
You are right in your thinking.. With 90% of potential homebuyers looking online, it is smart to deal with an agent that knows social media, SEO and has access to marketing your property to the masses. I am not a REALTOR but I know internet marketing. In fact I teach it and coach industry professionals.

One thing for sure is this, you are a re-sale situation. This makes your property about 20-40% more likely to sell faster than the bank owned property. Why? Because your situation is faster, more cleaner and no B.S. which the banks tend to be when trying to buy a property from them.

Being a tech savvy and social media wiz and teacher of sorts, I know and run with many agents that qualify in this arena.. If you need a unbiased opinion of what tech savvy means for you, I would be happy to discuss with you.

Ted Canto
Mortgage Consultant
www.tedcanto.com
www.activerain.com/tcanto
Direct : 480.650.8602
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