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Home Selling in Binghamton : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jun 26, 2017
Christine Blackburn asked:
update this The home has 3 full baths and 1 half bath, not 2. There is 2100 fin above grade and 600 below grade with a total of 2700. The listing in 2007 showed 31/2 baths,
but had below…
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Mon Aug 15, 2016
Victoria B asked:
Has not been appraised with upgrades. I have 5 of 6 tenants currently paying 375-400.00 monthly (1 vacancy). Rent rooms , tenants understand I am getting sicker and busier so they are willing…
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Fri Aug 12, 2016
Neil Roxas answered:
Hello,

If you list your property on Zillow it will appear on Trulia after 24 to 48 hours.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/


Thank you for using Trulia!

Neil R.
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Thu Sep 17, 2015
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Sorry Kerry, but only agents may post listings on Trulia - for sale by owners may not post here.

If you list with a flat fee broker, then he or she can list your home here..........but........you'd have to offer a % to a buyer's agent.

try Zillow.com - they allow fsbo's.

Best wishes
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Tue Jun 30, 2015
Michelle French answered:
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Sat Feb 8, 2014
Tanesha Speed, MBA answered:
Clean, Maintain, De-clutter, Fresh Paint, New carpet if possible, and Staging if you can. Staging is the biggest recommendation because Stagers can see things and put things where you and I might not realize in order to give the home a fresher look. ... more
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Sun Dec 2, 2012
James Trevitt answered:
Hi Howard,
Your question sounds like you own property in the Binghamton area, where I work, and may have some form of income producing property to sell. Student rentals perhaps? I agree with several of the previous replies, that cash buyers/investors expect a discount. Assuming you have established a fair market value for your property, I see no reason to limit your market to cash buyers only. If that is the only option due to time or condition, your most likely buyer is another investor/owner who already owns nearby properties. Without knowing more about the property & your financial situation its difficult to suggest a marketing plan that will give you the positive results you expect. Your buyer is probably local, but I see you are in Brooklyn. I'm willing to take a look at the property & discuss the best way to get it sold. Let me know if I can help. ... more
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Tue Oct 30, 2012
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Wed Jul 4, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Any local lon officer can help with your mortgage needs....
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Tue Apr 10, 2012
Jim Trevitt answered:
Unfortunately, you won't be able to get a direct answer to your question in this forum from any local brokers because it would give the impression that brokerage fees are fixed - a violation of the NY license law. You will need to discuss fees directly with the broker of your choice after showing them your property. Would a doctor write a prescription without examining the patient?

Certainly brokerage fees affect your bottom line, but assuming all brokers offer the same services and experience for the same price could cost you more money and time in the long run.

Most agents are lucky to have a company website. Some even have a personal website. At Keller Williams Realty we have national and regional sites + two personal sites! Check them out below & let me know if I can help you sell your home:
http://jimtrevitt.kwrealty.com/
http://jimtrevitt.yourkwagent.com/
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Sun Apr 8, 2012
Carl Ben Witzig answered:
My understanding is, As long as dual agency is disclosed, it is permitted. The fact that you seem to know of it would seem to be the disclosure proof. If you do not want it, you need to speak up. It seems you specifically disapprove of it. He can have the transaction handled on the buyer side by a colleague with no personal knowledge of your situation. Always keep in mind, the transaction is sensitive and a buyer is due respect, too. Loosing a buyer should be kept in mind as a risk. Much depends on the situation and the factors that if disclosed to the other side would be unfair and unethical. Most, not all, transactions are undramatic. But you can see, the buyer and seller posted below do not approve of it on principle. It is done properly quite often, we all acknowledge. ... more
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Mon Dec 12, 2011
Shawn Ryan Rosa answered:
search for local listing agents in Binghamton on Trulia and Zillow...screen them by reviewing testimonials from their past clients.
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Mon Dec 12, 2011
Shawn Ryan Rosa answered:
it may turn off a few buyers, but it doesnt sound too bad. if you were next to a manufacturing/industrial zone you would have a bigger problem. some people will like being next to a farm ... more
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Mon Dec 12, 2011
Shawn Ryan Rosa answered:
the proceeds from the sale must cover the outstanding balance on the mortgage.
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Wed Oct 26, 2011
Erica Ramus, MRE answered:
I have done this but it's called an INSTALLMENT contract not a true transfer. The "buyer" is a tenant until everything is satisfied, technically, and until the buyer makes the final payment. You are really not transferring the house or putting the deed in buyer's name until final payment is made. I have had an attorney do the paperwork when I did this. Call a local real estate attorney. And at the point the deed is transferred to buyer YES you must have your old mortgage totally paid off and satisfied. ... more
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