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Sat Apr 25, 2015
Nikki Lewis answered:
Perhaps the realtor who submitted the home into the mls has determined that there is a possibility of creating a master on the first level. If there is a room that is currently used as an office ( or other use) but could be easlily converted into a master bedroom, they would want that to be know. ... more
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Ginger Marks answered:
Check to see if the agent is already experienced in selling land in the area and if they have a number of other land listings that will attract attention and traffic to your listing as well. Also interview the agent and see how they answer questions about the land and potential development, because the agent is going to be the one fielding questions from other agents and potential buyers about wells, flow rates, perc., septic systems, utilities, etc. ... more
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
Ron below me is right you can search for a Realtor here on Trulia, or you can ask one of us, if we have
a good partner agent to recommend to you. You should connect with a Realtor in the area who has some
expertise in listing and selling land and farm land, as he or she then would be better prepared to market
price and advertise your farmland best.
Let us know if you need a direct recommendation.
Good Luck to you

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Sat Apr 16, 2011
Cliff Kavanaugh answered:
The best way to find a home in the counties around Charlottesville Virginia is to find an agent who has a great mapping interface with the local MLS. Find a website that is so interactive it sometimes feels like a online game. Some interactive real estate mapping is factually fun to use and by searching for homes using your cursor across home icons, as you can get instant price, photos and address information relative to other nearby homes, schools, hospitals, landmarks and business location throughout a community. ... more
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Sun May 9, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
Don Tepper beat me to the punch. (sighs)

foreclosure listings on trulia are all realtytrack. ALL realtytrack listings on here are BOGUS.

The best way to know if a price is correct (from my experience) would be to either ask a realtor showing the MLS# or address OR to go to and type in the address or MLS# in a search. is said to be the most up to date site a buyer can access by themselves.

If the listing is from a site that asks for a free trial (read payment somewhere) ignore it completely. Realtors dispense such information freely hoping someone will buy so they can earn their commission.
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Mon Jun 30, 2008
Ken Dooley answered:

Hire an agent that can generate exposure outside of the U.S. Marketing Real Estate today has gone beyond the local and national level and is truly global. Make sure your agent belongs to an operation that has offices in other countries and the agent is Transnational Referral Certified (TRC). This allows the agent to market to other agents internationally within a set of guidelines that each party must adhere to throughout the transaction.
In my market alone, land deals have turned into developments. The Chicago Spire which will be the tallest structure in North America is being developed by Shelbourne Development based in Dublin, Ireland. Another Chicago project is the Lexington, developed by Chieftain Construction based in Limerick Ireland. Developers no longer look in one location but search internationally for land opportunities and act when they look attractive even if the local market thinks differently (50% of The Spire pre-construction sales are to International buyers from around the world).
Make sure your agent uses to market listings.

Good luck, Ken.
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