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Home Selling in 92116 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 25, 2016
Cl Magar asked:
Can you tell me why my home is listed on sandicor/multiple listings for 2 weeks or more here in san diego, yet you have it as off market on Trulia?
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Sun Apr 24, 2016
Cl Magar asked:
Can you tell me why my house is not listed on Trulia, when it has been listed on sandicor/mls for over 2 weeks (MLS ID# 160017823)????
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Wed Nov 5, 2014
Randall Ortiz answered:
You should definitely consider using a Realtor. You would have a better chance at getting more for your home, as a realtor will advertise on the MLS for you, which will give you a bigger audience. ... more
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Mon Aug 16, 2010
Daniel Heilbrun answered:
University Heights is an AMAZING place to live. I know this because I live here. Problem with University Heights is that no one wants to sell there because the neighborhood is nice, however, there are a few properties that hit the market. The crime is low as well (please try http://mapping.arjis.org/main.aspx for a crime stat map).

As far as schools go, its probably best to do your own research http://school-ratings.com/. Keep in mind that you may or may not agree on how these schools are graded, however these rankings will give you a good idea of what you are looking at.
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Tue Jun 16, 2009
Keith Sorem answered:
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Let's define terms-
Your profile says that you are a home seller
I am assuming your acquaintance is the listing agent - she is representing you in the sale of your home.

What an agent does with their earnings from sale is up to them. In California the only people that can be "paid a commission" are DRE licensees. However, if the agents opts to give you a credit in escrow to help pay closing costs, or for whatever reasons, she is entitled to do as she wishes.

Good luck.
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Mon Jan 19, 2009
Isaac Bensussen answered:
Kimberly:

The "Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act" was signed December 2007. I am under the impression that signing Legislation into law through a Bill (signed by, as of today still President Bush ) with preclude the IRS from taxing individuals on debt forgiven by a Lender. I am not an attorney but I believe that Lenders might be issuing the 1099 in order to prove and deduct these losses from their Federal Tax Returns. In any event, Mr. or Mrs.Hwhiteside, check with the IRS or a Real Estate Attorney to be completely sure that you will not be taxed. ... more
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