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Home Selling in Darnestown : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 19, 2016
reeldove asked:
We will be selling our 18 year old home in less than a year and need to replace our kitchen appliances. Is it crucial to get stainless steel rather than something else? I am not that crazy…
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Thu Jul 23, 2015
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Sun Aug 17, 2014
random_ness answered:
Thanks all - I am checking this board after a while and appreciate the insight provided. It was a tough call to make, but the CMAs we saw looked like we would just about break even if had a competitively priced rental.

We decided to go that route, and the home is currently on the market. ( Feel free to message me if you would like to know more about the listing..)

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Mon Dec 9, 2013
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
Make sure that when you hire an agent to represent you that they have a Trulia account and are familiar with how to update a property. In the greater scheme of things, the value Trulia lists is pretty irrelevant as any agents who show the home will use comparable sales data to determine an offer price. ... more
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Wed Oct 2, 2013
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
Assuming your property is currently for sale, your agent can update that information for you. If they don't already have a Trulia account, it is free and easy to sign up. Trulia feeds from MLS (and other sites) which only allow very short descriptions. But with that membership, you can update the remarks and listing information to make it much more detailed.

If your home is not for sale at this time, the information on Trulia cannot be changed.
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Wed Aug 31, 2011
Dianka Murphy answered:
Thanks for your question!
Generally speaking, the expression “what goes up must come down” (and vise versa) is very prevalent in today’s market. While many homeowners are seeing extreme lows right now, the tide will change. The problem is that we don’t have a true timeframe as to when the change will go into effect.
In short, the decision to sell or hold onto the property is solely at your discretion. Only you can determine the benefits and/or disadvantages of maintaining your condo (financial and otherwise), and then coming to a conclusion.

Good Luck!

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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Paul Miller answered:
Is is a good time to sell your home if you are a seller who will price there home effectively. Of course market conditions come into play, but price is still the most important.
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