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Home Selling in Fredericksburg : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 24, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your agent may need to add it manually if their MLS is not linked to send listings automatically.
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Wed Mar 18, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
This is the q and a section, it is unlikely anyone in customer service will see your post. Scroll to the bottom right right and click on help center
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Sat Mar 29, 2014
Diana Watson , Coldwell Banker answered:
Hello Zalmay

If you haven't spoken to a Realtor or haven't interviewed at least two or three, please give me a call. I would love to assist you.

I know the area that you speak of and now is the time to sell as Springtime is here. I included a market report for the 22407.

Let me know when you like to interview me and discuss a marketing plan for your home.

Diana Watson, Realtor®, MRP, SFR
Avery-Hess, Realtors
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Tue Dec 10, 2013
TC Cooksley answered:
Location is the key in selling a historic home. In downtown Fredericksburg I can think of at least 2 agents that know exactly how to market successfully just such a home!

If you need assistance please contact me, or look through historic homes in the area that have sold in the last 6 months and see for yourself what names come up most frequently.

Best of luck!
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Ronaldmtrulia answered:
Hi Goria Hinkle

You can get your any answer by search
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Dwayne & Maryanne Moyers answered:
Your alternatives are listed in this article.

Dwayne Moyers, Realtor
Maryanne Moyers, Associate Broker ... more
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Sat Jan 30, 2010
Michael Straley answered:
There are so many folks so confused about today’s market. You need to look at the facts of you marketplace. Most homes are comparable based on some relationship with square footage, age of the home, number of bedrooms and baths and size of the land. If you with a Realtor I am sure they will sit down with you and give you a line by line comparison. Once you know the value of your home then you can make an informed decision and not a wish. Because of this drop in market prices those sellers that need to sell or need to reduce their monthly payments may consider a loan modification or short sale. These types of transactions can be a lengthy process so be sure to work only with those that you trust. With the guidance of a Realtor, Lawyer and Accountant you can stop wondering and get the facts. ... more
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Thu Jan 28, 2010
Alex Kim answered:
Hi TJ, every agent here have gave you the correct answers.
Yes, any buyer and the seller can buy or sell whatever the price both agreed upon, however the buyer would need to ask himself a question, "do i want pay more when the value is not there?" But again, everyone is different and yes, the priceless emotion value.
If you don't mind and don't mind putting your own extra money for your emotion value that is higher than the value of the house, that will be your ultimate choice.
Another thing to consider is that, are you buying it as an investments? Are you going to stay for long time?
IF this will be your last home and not planning on moving for next 10 or 20 years and you have the cash, you will be ok but if not, REMEMER, this is an investment so paying over its value is not really logical thing to do.
I hope any answers here helped you, TJ.
More questions, please visit my profile.
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