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Home Selling in Cuyahoga County : Real Estate Advice

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Bscebbi, Home Seller in Strongsville, OH
Sat Jan 14, 2017
Bscebbi asked:
When I search a reality co. phone number appears not mine.
Please have my phone number appear for my listing!
Thank you Beth Scebbi
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Mary_casa, Home Buyer in Beachwood, OH
Mon Nov 21, 2016
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Kenny Berman, Renter in Castro Valley, CA
Sat Sep 24, 2016
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Marie, Home Seller in Brook Park, OH
Wed Aug 31, 2016
Marie asked:
listing agent? Please describe my options and point me to where I can view this on your website. My home is now posted on
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Mon Aug 29, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
The best way to compare rates is to call a couple of local agents, ask what they charge and most important what you will get for what you pay. Websites that have agents bid on you may not tell you what you can learn by calling an agent direct. It is illegal for agents to discuss average commissions. ... more
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Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
Thu Aug 11, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Linda, you know this is Trulia right? This is what I tell all of my clients, and I will tell you too because it sounds like you put a little too much stock in this website:

Please don't pay any attention to the values you see here, or on other sites like Zillow or
These numbers are automatically calculated through special algorithms that really have no bearing on actual "fair market value". Whether you are buying or selling, the ONLY way to find out a home's value is to have a REALTOR do a FREE comparative market analysis (CMA).

Also...are you actually looking at the "For Sale" listing or just the public records info? Seems like you may be confused by the difference. If you are the listing agent you can manually edit your "For Sale" listing (not the public records info). However, it looks you aren't set up as an agent, but just a consumer. You may need to go back and register as an agent, and make sure your listings from your MLS syndicate here.

Good luck to you and your listing!
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Christiendic…, Home Owner in Media, PA
Mon Jun 13, 2016
Christiendicott answered:
I believe if you keep scrolling down it will have your updates. Where it says from the owner.

I don't know if we can change the "public records" that is listed on the top. Mine is listing with one less bedroom. ... more
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Mitpat8, Home Seller in Shaker Heights, OH
Thu May 12, 2016
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Marina, Home Buyer in Cleveland, OH
Tue May 3, 2016
Marina asked:
Few weeks ago my agent submitted new pictures along with price drop, I see new price however pictures is not updated - I don't like this old ones, please advice when there will be renew
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Dude Mcduce, Home Buyer in Strongsville, OH
Thu Apr 14, 2016
Dude Mcduce asked:
I live in an up-and-coming area on the East Side of Cleveland, OH. The East Side is notorious for being rougher all around, but when a Realtor from the West Side came in and showed me her…
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 Mark, Real Estate Pro in Oceanside, CA
Tue Apr 5, 2016
Mark answered:
If you are looking for a competitive commission rate in Ohio, the best way is to put the commission fees on the open market and let the free market speak as Realtors bid your commission rate to earn your listing. Commission fees are negotiable and can vary by zip code. We find the best way to compare commission fees is to reverse-auction them. That is why we created; a free service for Sellers who can invite agents to submit their marketing plan and commission structure. It is a patent pending process that is saving Sellers thousands.

It is completely free to the Seller and there is no obligation for the Seller to pick the lowest bid or any bid. In fact, many times, the Seller does not pick the lowest bid and looks carefully at the marketing plan. The whole time the Seller remains anonymous as we never publish your street address or contact information. Sellers can sit back and review marketing plans, commission bids, ratings and reviews. A big win for the Seller and the Realtor. After all, Agents are not charged to register or bid, they have no advertising costs, and they have no obligation to bid. Give it a try:
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Home Today L…, Home Buyer in Cleveland, OH
Sat Mar 12, 2016
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Mariatsyrlin, Home Buyer in Solon, OH
Sun Feb 21, 2016
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Dan Tabit, Real Estate Pro in Issaquah, WA
Sat Nov 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
If you haven't adjusted the price yet, you're past due. 2 months is long enough for the market to speak. I would ask your agent to update their market analysis and show you what has sold, is competing with you and what is currently under contract since you entered the market.
If others are selling and yours are not, changes are in order. I wrote a blog series called 4 Keys to Selling Your Home Quickly and for Top Dollar. Since we've been following this process our homes are under contract in 30 days or less, most within a week We've been getting tons of traffic and very favorable terms for our seller.
Our market may be different from yours, so it may take a bit more time, but this is the advice I'd give anyone.
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Javier Monti…, Real Estate Pro in Covina, CA
Tue Sep 1, 2015
Javier Montiel answered:
Only Realtors can advertise homes for sale on trulia.
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Javier Monti…, Real Estate Pro in Covina, CA
Tue Sep 1, 2015
Javier Montiel answered:
No, only Realtors can advertise homes for sale on Trulia.
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