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Agent2Agent in Boca Raton : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
You have to determine how much work each of you will do? Half the work/half the commission? of will they take less?
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Mon May 4, 2015
djennifer009 answered:
62* seems pretty excessive for Florida. That's just going to be expensive. You should set a standard for the summer. Probably 70* or 72* at a minimum. That should keep your electric bills a little more even across the board. http://www.feldmanfloorheat.com ... more
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Sun Jan 25, 2015
Tosh Rotondo answered:
i am having the same problem! i stopped for awhile right when they switched systems but i did take the class for it and have no idea what to do to get on!! Its been a bit so i never got to use it.

have you gotten it worked out and if so please help? luckylooch19@gmail.com
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Caesar Parisi answered:
It's funny you say that you like this. Most of the realtors with us are extremely unhappy with the functionality of Flex. Hopefully in the future there will be a lot of fixes to improve upon this.

Caesar Parisi
Champagne & Parisi
561-998-9015
http://www.BocaHome.com
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Mon Jul 15, 2013
Scott Miller answered:
@Robert. Maybe it's time to change residential listing agreements to read more like those for Commercial Listings, Business for Sale Listings. Completely harmless to the process, but allows hard working agents to be paid for their hours of work if a client suddenly changes their mind.

Inserting language like the above would help us avoid liens, reputations, lawsuits, collections, such as you're referring to.....this is a business transaction and our lives would change for the better if we updated the agreement. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Caesar Parisi answered:
I would recommend either going to Deerfield on the beach or to FAU. Both of these places do a phenomenal presentation year after year.

Caesar Parisi
Champagne & Parisi
561-998-9015
http://www.bocahome.com
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Caesar Parisi answered:
Joseph Santini,

Your best bet is whenever you think you are ready to buy a home. The market in South Florida is really crazy right now with homes being listed and going under contract on the same day. So when you think you are ready to make your next move just make sure you are agressive in the home buying process as to not lose out on the home of your dreams.

Good Luck,

Caesar Parisi
Champagne & Parisi
561-998-9015

http://www.bocahome.com/buy.php
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Sun Dec 11, 2011
Sokoloff Real Estate Group answered:
Hi Nadezda,

You are definitely it the right place, being unique to the traditional job search engines.
Are you licensed and or looking to become licensed. We are looking to have some one join our team that can work outside her boundaries so it would be a better fit if you were licensed. In any case I would like to speak with you further. Please contact me at Info@Sokoloffrealestategroup.com to discuss.

Have a great day!
Sokoloff Real Estate Group
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Wed Apr 6, 2011
Teddy Jagessar answered:
$14,000 difference can make a buyer interested in the property who may not be interested before, so i would have listed it for $310,00 and state in the brokers remarks that the bank had approved $310,000 so the buyers and agents would know wha tthey are dealing with. A side note when you have a new offer depending on the bank they will most likely do another BPO or appraisal and you may end up with another price. i would work with the bank and see how to make this happen as you ar close between the two agents the bank the buyer and the seller you can try to close the gap and make it happen do not give up http://www.sellmypbchomes.com http://www.mywellingtonrealestate.info ... more
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Mon Mar 28, 2011
Alan May answered:
In Illinois, out contracts include the appliances as they exist. So, yes, it would "techincally" be breach of contract if the appliances were removed or exchanged.

Now, does that mean the deal is dead? Not necessarily, but the seller has jeopardized the deal, because he is in breach. He's given the buyer an opening, if the buyer wants to walk away. ... more
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Thu Jan 6, 2011
Joseph Runfola answered:
In NYC, a bedroom is defined as a living room used for sleeping purposes. Generally, a bedroom must have minimum dimensions of 8 feet x 8 feet x 8 feet. A bedroom must also have a minimum floor space of 80 square feet, and must be six feet wide at its narrowest part. However, if the apartment contains three or more bedrooms, half of the bedrooms may have minimum dimensions of 7 feet x 7 feet x 7 feet. All bedrooms must have at least one window that opens to a street, yard, or court on the same lot. The window may also open to a balcony that opens on a street, yard or court. The total area of the windows in the room must at least twelve square feet in area. A room may not be counted as a bedroom if it is a: kitchen, foyer, bathroom, water closet, dining room, dinette, dining bay, hall, corridor, or passageway. A ROOM MAY NOT BE COUNTED AS A BEDROOM IF AN OCCUPANT MUST PASS THROUGH IT TO REACH OTHER PARTS OF THE APARTMENT. ... more
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Kimberly McFadden answered:
I am in Hernando County, on the west coast of FL. I too, have see an increase in business. Although, there are those buyers out there who are just out there wanting to look for the fun. I see business mainly from first time homebuyers, retirees and those transferring because of a job into the State. ... more
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Kimberly McFadden answered:
I actually went the cheap way and changed from Verizon to Metro pcs. I have a smartphone, which has GPS and unlimited calling - locally and nationwide, unlimited texting, picture messaging, Full html browsing, and only costs $54.00 a month. The GPS portion of it is fantastic and I use it all the time. It will tell you about traffic congestion, accidents, etc... ... more
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Fri Sep 17, 2010
Felix Hung answered:
FREE BPOS...haha let me tell you, 99% are SCAMS. Unless it's PAS (Wells Fargo) or another major institution, I'd never do a FREE BPO that puts my name license at stake. YOU WILL NOT GET LISTINGS. It's usually a lie, but agents get sucked right in. Walk with caution. ... more
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Sat May 1, 2010
Dan Statlander answered:
Dear Agent,

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For more information I can be reached at
Dan Statlander
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p: 561.542.7338
e: dstatlander@statelandbrown.com
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Wed Oct 14, 2009
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Tue Jan 20, 2009
Joan Lorberbaum Moore answered:
With the way he wants to proceed with no earnest /consideration money I seriously doubt there will every be a contract he'll need to "get out of other contracts." You should speak to your broker and or an attorney. And, so should he. ... more
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