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Sat Nov 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Kayalyssa,
If you haven't adjusted the price yet, you're past due. 2 months is long enough for the market to speak. I would ask your agent to update their market analysis and show you what has sold, is competing with you and what is currently under contract since you entered the market.
If others are selling and yours are not, changes are in order. I wrote a blog series called 4 Keys to Selling Your Home Quickly and for Top Dollar. Since we've been following this process our homes are under contract in 30 days or less, most within a week We've been getting tons of traffic and very favorable terms for our seller.
Our market may be different from yours, so it may take a bit more time, but this is the advice I'd give anyone.
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
It sounds like you're on the right path. I would need to know more about your situation to determine your next steps.

There are many factors to credit, down payment and your qualifications. There are also different types of loans.

Please contact me to discuss your options. I work with great mortgage brokers who will be able to guide you through this process and together we can get you in to a home!

I look forward to assisting you!

Cecilia Sherrard
RE/MAX NE Ohio
216-323-4620
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Fri Apr 5, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Are you sure you want a lease option property? Are you listening to the current hype? The normal amont to put in an option contract is 5% of the purchase price in my area in SW Ohio.Are you willing to lose that money if for some reason you can not exercise the option and purchase the property at the end of the option?
Most people are better off renting and then looking at homes for sale when they qualify for a loan. There is a person in my area that has made a very good income offering homes on a short term lease option and then when the tenant can not exercise the option the option fee by contract is his. Some people call him a scammer but he is living by the contract that all parties agreed to up front.
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Robert Erney answered:
A real estate agent like myself can put you in there system and have every lease option deal that fits your criteria on the market sent to your email! Contact me anytime I would love to help you out! :-) You may be able to work a deal with a seller that isn't really offering a lease purchase option depending on your situation.

Get your lease purchase list here and watch some educational videos about the process!
http://erney.optinstant.com/leasepurchase/

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Robert Erney
Cell (630)809-7224
Office (440)572-3100
rob_erney@msn.com
http://rob_erney.russellrealty.com/
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Wed May 23, 2012
Michelle Stanifer answered:
Hi, Linda. Nearly all apartments have their own property manager in charge of rentals so real estate agents don't have these listings or access to much information about them. You would need to call each building individually and inquire of the property manager whether they allow pets. There are some single and multi-family homes available for rent that may accept pets. If you are interested more information about these types of rentals, please let me know. I live and work in Berea and would be happy to assist.

Kind regards,

Michelle Stanifer
(440) 391-1304

Get Listed. Get Sold. Move!
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Thu Feb 2, 2012
Robert Erney answered:
All these realtors can say what they want but it you want it sold and fast don't hesitate to contact me anytime i will be more then happy to answer any questions you may have! And trust me when i say this, let someone young and with the strive to get it sold for what you want for it! And if you would like me to walk you through step by step on pointers to trying to sells you home by your sell i am also willing to do this to just ask! read more @ http://rob_erney.russellrealty.com/ ... more
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Thu Jun 24, 2010
Myra M Shelton answered:
You have reached Berea, Ohio. It's amazing to have more than one Berea. I'm not certain about the Kentucky Berea. I have often wished we lived in the KY Berea. I live in the OH Berea and living in Ky would make our drives down home a lot closer... to TN. Good luck.

If I wanted to know about Berea KY, I would go to their website to find out more.

Myra Shelton
Realtor, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
MyraShelton@HowardHanna.com
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Thu Aug 6, 2009
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
What have you got to lose? Give a counter, and see how the bank responds. I'd do it quickly., though. If you think it's a good value, someone else might too!

Discuss this with your Realtor, assuming you have one, and come up with a reasonable counter.

As a cash buyer, they should take you very seriously.... which is probably why they repsonded so quickly.

Good luck!
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Sean Lehlbach answered:
Hi Kim,

Good time to start planning for this as it may take you a little time to sell your current home depending on how your market is there. Your first thing to do is get connected with an agent in your home town and then one in the Berea, KY area. If you need help, I'd be happy to connect you with some folks. Drop me an e-mail or give me a call at 440-527-0411. I work for a national company that connect you with great agents around the world!

Sean
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