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Home Selling in Buckeye : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 21, 2013
Nur Akman Cips TRC CNE SFR answered:
The other option is to rent for now and wait until the prices increase more. Or if you say, there is no way I ever rent it, is there a possibility to offer something that increase the price up to where you need? For example, is there anything to be improved to increase the price? For example updated kitchen. Or is there any personal item included to sell to be more attractive and increase the price, for example new and nice furniture is included, or pricy antique chandelier included etc.
You also need to know how much net you will get if you sell for the price you think now. Is it enough to buy a property in California? Do you actually know what your net will be? If the net will not be enough even if you sell for what price you wish, you better know now and also consult an expert realtor in Los Angeles how much you need to buy here.
If you want, I can refer you to an expert through the statistics in Buckeye, AZ and help you here.
good luck!
Nur Akman
310 428 6573
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Wed Aug 21, 2013
Barbara Gallagher answered:
This is really a. Good question. Be kind, but firm. Suggest She seems to be so busy that it seems she doesn't have the time your property requires.

If you want to, just write her a kind email saying the same things and tell her you would simply like to find an agent who has more time for this project,.

Thank her for what she has done and give her your best wishes for the future!

A little kindness goes a long way. We never. Know the difficulties in another persons life.

BJ Gallagher
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Thu Jun 16, 2011
Jonathan Dalton answered:
Good to hear, SS ... though we're all independent contractors, it's amazing what will happen sometimes once the broker knows what's going on. In some of the larger companies, it can be an eye-opening experience for the broker.

Hope it sells for you. Take care!
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Wed Mar 23, 2011
Nicole Gomez answered:
It can be placed on trulia if the brokerage allows it, for the most part more exposure is a plus. Some brokerages have different guidelines they follow. If you are working with a listing agent just make sure to ask this question, hopefully this helps. ... more
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Mon Sep 20, 2010
Loren Hoboy answered:
You will get better results posting this using your Dad's CA zip code instead of the Buckeye Zip code
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Tue May 25, 2010
Barbara Grandolfo answered:
Hi Donna,

Many homes in California are sold "as is" meaning the owner will make no repairs. As James stated below, real estate companies can assist you in selling his home but they will not buy it. Since it is a modestly priced home (by California standards!), it should sell quickly if priced accurately and there are no other factors that would prohibit sale such as backing to a busy street, being near railroad tracks, high crime area, etc. There are many investors who snap up properties such as this one to either flip or rent out. This could also be a great home for a first time buyer.

I am a Southern California real estate agent . If I can be of further service, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would be happy to take a look at your father-in-law's home.

All the Best!
Barbara Grandolfo
714 801-0827
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Tue May 19, 2009
Donald Keys answered:
Sharyl, although, I don't have an answer to your question, I appreciate knowing that you were charged two transfer fees. If you don't mind, could you let us know what the fees were.

This way if I or anyone on my team is working with a buyer / seller in Buckeye we can be aware of the fees.

Thank you
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