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Home Selling in Easton : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 2, 2017
Mary answered:

Thank you for reaching out. Please be advised that once you removed your property listing to Zillow, it will automatically be removed to Trulia after 24 to 48 hours. Please kindly extend your patience for this.

Let me know if you have any questions and I will be happy to assist you.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Wed Dec 9, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
Zillow owns Trulia now. They use different algorithms to calculate the values. They're probably both wrong. If you want a true value of your property then you should contact a realtor and ask them for a comparative market analysis (CMA).

Does it really matter what Zillow/Trulia say your house is worth? Good places to browse and get a ballpark, but not a good place to find actionable, accurate data.
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Wed May 20, 2015
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Trulia gets its information from the Multiple Listing Service and the Public Record. I would suggest you call the listing agent and request they make the changes.
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Monna Lou Henninger answered:
This question was posted July 20, 2007. I would hope by now the the person has her questions answered. Realtors are supposed to sell homes for the highest price possible in the shortest amount of time, with the fewest problems possible that the local MARKET will bear. ... more
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Fri Aug 31, 2012
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Oscar,
Submitting low offers is not a favorite practice of mine and most times it is either countered back with just a few dollars off the seller's original asking price or out right rejected.

If you wish to keep them non-confrontational then I suggest that you simply submit them to the listing agent along with the recently sold comparables to support your low offer. I believe that it's a good practice to go over the comps with your buyers before placing an offer so that they have a better understanding of what to expect. Most sellers have gone over the same data with their agents so know a low offer when they see one.

Often times it's a waste of your and your buyer client's time to submit a low offer if they can't be realistic on the property's true worth. There's also the possibility of another buyer coming in with a higher offer thus being beat out to purchase the home.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Fri May 18, 2012
Meryl D Cooper answered:
Your new mortgage might be contingent on you selling your present home so I would check with your mortgage broker first. If you were my client I wouldn't advise buying without selling first if you can't afford the possibility of two mortgages. If you want to move ahead with a new home make sure the home you are selling is priced correctly. ... more
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Mon May 10, 2010
Lina Briffa answered:
You have some pretty good advise on the previous emails especially Joe's answer. When someone in "under contract", you have to stick to the terms of the contract. A party cannot change their mind unless the reason is permitted by the terms of the contract.

I hope things work out for you, These are tough times and require tough decisions. I sincerely wish you well.
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Sun Jun 1, 2008
Keith Sorem answered:
So, you sold your property direct to a former partner, without a Realtor, and how you are having second thoughts about the price?
Sorry, but IMHO unless there was fraud involved if you agreed on a price, it's over.
This is not legal advice. Get an attorney, then if you feel you are wrong, sue for the difference. But, in hindsight, wouldn't you feel better if you had the transaction properly handled? I see similar situations. It is always AFTER the fact...before it's just "Let's save money on the commission".
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Fri Aug 10, 2007
Bob Parks answered:

You might try asking the Taylors at

Lincoln Logs, LTD.
Mrs. Taylor
196 Rakich Road
Benton, PA 17814-9751
(570) 925-6165

He recently died but they have been here many years.

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