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De Pere : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Dec 29, 2016
Maricris A answered:

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Fri May 27, 2016
Tim asked:
I've been trying to contact a listing agent for one of your rental listings. My wife and I have been prepared for two days now to look at the property but nobody is calling us. Can…
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Mon Aug 10, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
No. Trulia does not accept For Sale by Owner listings. Only real estate professionals can post properties for sale.
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Fri Feb 27, 2015
Michael Rabideau answered:
The real estate market in the Green Bay, WI metro area continues to be strong! East De Pere area is in high demand and homes are selling quickly as long as there priced properly for the condition.. ... more
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Sun Aug 24, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Find a great local agent and have them set up a showing to make sure it's what you want. If it looks good, have them do some research to determine the value and write an offer. You'll need either proof of funds if you are paying cash, like a bank statement that shows enough or a pre-approval from a great local lender. It can take a day or two to get a pre-approval, so get this started right away. Even if you don't buy this house, you'll have what you need ready to purchase another one you like better. ... more
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Sat May 3, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Do some homework on the agents before you sign anything. If you don't like the agent, feel comfortable with their skill, experience, knowledge or abilities, find someone you can be confident in.
Agents are paid 100% commission. If you don't buy from them, they spend their time, money, gas, knowledge etc. for nothing. No one wants to invest in you, only to find out you walked into an open house armed with the information we've imparted to you, and bought from the listing agent. I've never had this happen to me, but I have spent hours and hundreds of dollars with buyer who for various reasons never completed a transaction with me.
I don't usually use buyer's agency agreements, but I'm also careful who I invest in. If you want a great agent to invest in you, it may be necessary to document your loyalty to them. If you're not sure, don't sign one, but don't expect every agent to give you their best under those conditions.
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
Shellie Mathe answered:
In Wisconsin, a licensed real estate agent must write any offer requested by the buyer and present all offers they receive unless they are instructed by their client (seller) not to do so. Such instructions would be best in writing to protect the agent. ... more
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Sun Jan 12, 2014
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
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Wed May 22, 2013
Gordon Parker answered:

You really have the answer to your question if you're having problems with your tenants. Go through the proper legal channels and have the sheriff remove your tenants from your property. But you have to do the proper procedures and paperwork to make that happen.


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Fri Feb 22, 2013
Shannon Sherman answered:
Yes the average selling price is close to listing price, but it will vary from house to house. The home has to be priced right to fall within that 3-4% difference.
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Emily asked:
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Wed Dec 5, 2012
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Malinda Trimberger answered:
April, if you would like a recommendation for a mortgage lender in this area (54115) I can provide to you. I live and work in this area as well and can assist you with questions you may have regarding relocation to De Pere. Let me know if I can help. Respectfully, Malinda Trimberger or 920-639-2444 ... more
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Tue Aug 28, 2012
Brian Blaney answered:
We might have a gap with our buy/sell amounts, but we listed our house FSBO 3rd street and Memory Ln. 6 years old, three bed, 3 bath (2 full 2 half), finished basement w/ wet bar, great woodwork/cabinetry, private vinyl fence. Foam insulations, Full copper piping. Low maintenance for quite some time. see listing here or more complete with pictures at ... more
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Connie Ballard answered:
Don't know if you're still looking, but search 2202 Samantha St. De Pere or call me at 920-450-4709. Thanks,
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Thu Jul 26, 2012
Fcb521enjoylife answered:
What I would do if I were you is find myself a good real estate attorney. One just for you, not one that works for a real estate company. He or She knows the R.E. laws and you will be protected, so you don't lose a friend over any little technicality that could turn into a big one. And if something does go wrong you can blame the attorney.

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Mon Jul 23, 2012
akraus answered:
The basement has 1,285 sq ft of LL finished including a large family room with tray ceiling, wet bar, office, spare room with two large closets, a work out area with table, and full bath. The rest of the basement has large built in shelves for plenty of storage. Includes an additional separate stairs to the garage area. ... more
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Sun Apr 11, 2010
Marita Topmiller answered:

Don't trust national internet market stats. They don't know a good block from
a bad block. There are LOTS of neighborhoods within a single zip code and
those neighborhoods vary widely in price. Tax assessments don't tell you
market value.

Get an agent. The agent will not cost you a dime.
Make sure your offer contains an appraisal contingency - if the home doesn't appraise for sale price,
you can walk away with your earnest money and look for another - unless of course, the seller drops
the price.

Safety? Check with the local police or look at police call reports for the area online. Google the police department. Do it before you submit an offer.

How low? Start with the Trulia number you came up with. When you present your offer, tell them where the
number came from.
A Realtor understands all these things already. Get one to work for you.

Good Luck,

Assoc Broker
Indianapolis area
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Sat Oct 31, 2009
Jcnchip answered:
Trish, check out this link:

I am going through Countrywide/Bank of America, but I know most of the major lenders participate, as well as the local banks such as M&I. It is also been referred to a HARP refi. Just call your lender to see if you qualify. We did our primary home in MI, and were trying to do our rental in WI. ... more
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