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Home Selling in Edmond : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 11, 2010
Paul Burton answered:
Definitely call the broker and they will have the form you need.
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Mon Oct 11, 2010
Jeff York answered:
As you now know it is not true. Sales were off in August 20% compared this year to last year, but 98% would be unlikely for the year considering the first time homebuyer tax incentive earlier this year. I am not sure how things are in Blanchard because it isn't my area, to far away to service, but your area specialist could give you a better idea how homes are moving our there. ... more
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Wed Sep 15, 2010
Jennifer Blackwell answered:
Currently in ALL of and ONLY in Edmond, the average days on market is approximately 87 days. If you are wondering how long it should take you to sell your house, I would be happy to speak to you about the exacts of your property. Call me at (405) 625-1576 and email me at Jenn@JenniferSellsOklahoma.com.

Jennifer Henning, REALTOR
(405) 625-1576
Jenn@JenniferSellsOklahoma.com
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Thu Feb 4, 2010
Steve Shepherd answered:
Ivan, I would have a different answer for you. I don't think you can take a broad answer that is either Bad, Fair, Good or Great. Edmond is a very diversified real estate market. If you are talking about houses under $200K then I would tell you the market is Fair to Good. If you asked me to rate $350 and above I would tell you the market is Bad. The days on Market for higher priced homes is much longer than a year ago and the prices are soft. It also depends on the area of town and the condition of the home. Some homes today will bring a full asking price and others not so much. There are buyers in the market and they understand the market as a whole is soft. So, my advice is when you are ready to buy or sell, have a good Realtor assist you with market pricing at that time. ... more
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Fri Oct 23, 2009
Buell (Hal) Burgess answered:
Hi Kim,
I might be way off base on my answer but I guess you can always just try it. First of all you must be logged in, then at the top of the page is the heading My Trulia, run your cursor over that and another window pops up. In that window it will say listings, click on that and all of your listings should come up. Choose the listing that you want to change the price on and then click on Edit on that listing. I then believe another window will come up and you would want to click on listing information, when that opens you just change your price. Good Luck and I hope that I have no confused you to where you are pulling your hair out.......Hal ... more
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Mon Aug 24, 2009
Jennifer Blackwell answered:
While I prefer to have a sign in the yard, you can sell a home without the sign. The key will be marketing it correctly and hiring a Realtor who will work diligently for you. Utilizing the internet and word of mouth is essential. Using a Realtor with established relationships and high end clientele is a must. The Realtor you choose should understand private showings and hosting Invitation Only Brokers Opens. On average about 90% of homes are sold by other Realtors, so marketing to the right Realtors (specifically those that sell this type of home) is another essential. My company and I offer this type of relationship, look under my listings to see the type of homes we offer. I would love the opportunity to discuss this with you further. You may reach me by email at Jenn@JenniferSellsOklahoma.com or call/text (405)625-1576. ... more
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Fri Oct 17, 2008
James Joseph answered:
Hi Rebekah,

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but it may be best to take your lumps and sell it now.

This market is going to get worse and everyday could represent more money out of your pocket.

A $2k loss now is better than a $12k later.

All the best,
James Joseph
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