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Home Selling in Chino Valley : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Agent007 answered:
Trulia should accept FSBO listings. It misses out on a huge opportunity. I thought we're all supposed to be doing what's best for the homeowner/seller?
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Fri Sep 14, 2012
Brad Bergamini answered:
Possession is at recordation (close of escrow). It is the best way to protect buyer, seller and broker's interest.
You can lease the property back the the owner if you want.. it just needs to be done correctly,
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Mon Mar 22, 2010
Jerry Cecil answered:
Yes it is possible. It is really up to the new buyer. Like what was said below, it requires a "post possession agreement". I don't recommend this, however. After close of escrow, the home really belongs to the new buyer. There are many things to condsider, including legalities. Really, the risk is too great for just one more day. I would tell your mom to do anything she can do to move before the close of escrow. ... more
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Tue Jul 29, 2008
Brad Bergamini answered:
The only sign on a property that is worth looking at in your neighborhood is a sold sign.

So don't look to active listings as comps. They are competition not comps. Look to sold homes and then take the necessary steps to sell lower as the market is changing in a downward motion for Chino Valley, Prescott Valley and Prescott. Also based on pricing you might be a manufactured home.

The values are all over the board for manufactured homes in your area. Some are FHA, VA lender approved and will fetch a higher price. Others will be a 2x4 constructed or 2x6 constructed home. Drywall or panel any number of factors, the value in your property is what someone will pay for it…You’re not selling too cheap, you are selling.
If you can or need to sell you home, sell!
If not don’t.
But holding on to a hope of a buyer in the wing is hopeful, don’t give up the one you have. Negotiate until you can’t and then negotiate some more.
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