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Home Selling in Bay Shore : Real Estate Advice

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Cristina, Home Owner in Spring, TX
Thu Oct 6, 2016
Cristina answered:
I listing my mobile home with a agent and next day the Broker fire my agent,
I don't want to do any deal with this Broker, how to get out with out to pay cancelation fee?
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Trevolyn Hai…, Real Estate Pro in Highland, CA
Sat Aug 22, 2015
Trevolyn Haines answered:
Do not take it off the market unless you have an accepted contract but why would you accept an offer from some one that may or may not be able to purchase the home?

Kathy is right: why would you even let this person in your home until they were qualified to buy?

I know that the main motivation for a seller to do a FSBO is to save some money BUT NOT using a professional can cost you and the majority of the time an agent's services can pay for themselves not just in a higher sales price but also in their ability to help make the transaction smoother.

Best of luck.
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Karen and Pa…, Real Estate Pro in Cameron Park, CA
Fri Aug 21, 2015
Karen and Paul Catania answered:
I would always answer yes. If legally they don't have to disclose then in my opinion it wasn't a good reason and you are most likely hiding something bad. Be honest and people will deal with it. In California it has to be disclosed anyways. ... more
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Timothy Key, Real Estate Pro in Brentwood, NY
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Timothy Key answered:
Hi, Ebmay13. If you are still looking for an agent I know of a few available. Call me or text, whatever you feel more comfortable with at 6313831431 and we can go from there.
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Joe, Home Buyer in Detroit, MI
Tue Jul 1, 2014
Joe answered:
To answer your question - No you can't, you will need to pay $500 to list it on the MLS.
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Pam Eagan, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Sun Nov 27, 2011
Pam Eagan answered:
I do hope that you are staying healthy and not letting this stress you. Baby first !!!!
If you are legally bound to a contract , you can be released by mutual agreement. Speak with the managing Broker of the company that you are listed with and discuss your situation with "him". They can release you from your contractual obligation if they want to. A Brokerage firm that rely's on a good reputation is eagar to please you . P.S. I am from Bay Shore & East Islip ... more
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Anna M Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Williston Park, NY
Fri Oct 7, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Work with a great attorney on all my short sale listings, if you wish to discuss feel free to contact me.
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Irene Renna, Real Estate Pro in Hauppauge, NY
Wed Aug 17, 2011
Irene Renna answered:
Price drop yes,... but is it within the relm of market support?
You put your house on the market, why take it off? has something changed in your life that you are no longer moving?
If the home is not priced with what the market will support, the buyer won't come.
Talk with your agent, go out to a few of your "competition" and get a feel for the market and then price your house accordingly.
There should not be any fees to you until closing ( which is your goal yes?)

Best of Luck with your sale

Irene M. Renna
Century 21 Princeton Properties
(631) 467-0009 office
(631) 467-0029 fax
(631) 291-2180 cell
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Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743, NY
Thu Apr 28, 2011
Gail Gladstone answered:
Meg, I am confused by your question. Are you looking to put them on Multiple? Are you a LIBOR member?

I'd be glad to assist if I understood a little better. Feel free to give me a call if you'd like - 631-425-6150 ... more
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