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Home Selling in Elmhurst : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 6, 2014
Synthia Noble answered:
this issue should be resolved by your realtor - they can go on their trulia account and correct the information. or they can call Trulia and get it fixed.
you are doing your realtor's job following up on this issue.

it is important to note it is a town house - easier to get a mortgage than a condo in some cases.
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Mon Dec 5, 2011
Sharon Altier answered:
I would agree with Joan. You can throw out the "technology" tool as much as you want, but does that REALLY sell the home or does the agent sell it? We all have the same tools in the residential business , so if an agnet puts it on a fancier website, is that really going to sell the home? NO. That will bring the home to the attention of the Buyer, but they will see it on numerous websites after being entered into the MLS, so throw that theory out the window. Is the Selling agent also showing the home or throwing on a lock box for a selling agent to show it and see if they like it; rather than the Listing Agent actually being present at the showings and pointing out the Seller's home features...turning on lights...making the property look its best? Technology points you to the home, but there is certainly more in the sale process than that. A Seller can negotiate the terms of the listing agreement and the Broker can certainly negotiate terms as well. Either can walk from an agreement that may not be profitable to the other. Work as a team with the Seller to get the home sold; that is in the best interest of both parties anyway! ... more
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