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Home Selling in Blue Ridge : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Nov 2, 2013
Nicki Tipton answered:
No sorry only agent-listed home may be posted here according to Trulia. Hope that helps
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Thu Jun 28, 2012
Judy Aselton answered:
Real Estate and its pricing is always LOCAL. You should contact an agent in the Ellijay area who can prepare a Comparative Market Analysis to give you an idea of what is currently on the market as your "competition" and also what has sold in the past 3-4 months to show what price the market is indicating. Any realtor can supply this for you free of charge. Pricing will also depend on age, whether or not you are on a permanent foundation, your neighborhood and ease of access.

Judy Aselton
Century 21 In The Mountains
Blue Ridge and Ellijay, Ga.
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Donna Yates answered:
There are people who can sell their own property successfully, but the numbers show that the percentage who do is very low. Visit and there will be information about that right here on Trulia. More than 80% of FSBOs will give up and hire a Realtor. Think of the time and expense incurred when it doesn't work out. If you go it on your own, consider how you will screen potential buyers so you know who is showing up at your door. Not only from a safety standpoint but also, tangible proof on whether they can even buy your property and are not wasting your time. There's plenty of daunting tasks to market and sell a home that many consumers have no idea what a Realtor handles behind the scenes. Also, marketing exposure is absolutely critical and hugely expensive. Do you know your rights and how to protect yourself in accordance with law regarding home inspections, appraisal, and contractual obligations? What about mold or the possibility of mold in your house, lead paint to mention a few other common issues these days.
My best advice to you is to do your homework in regards to the limited services a discount broker provides vs. a full service Realtor. Ask a family member, friend or neighbor to refer you to a trusted Realtor if you don't know one. Get the facts on the market and how your house compares to the competition because there is a lot of competition. Be careful not to let someone "sell you", but will "tell you" straight up. I sincerely wish you the best in your decision and I hope I've given you something to really think about in order to help you make the best decision.
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