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Thu Oct 9, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
The buyer may get covered under the title insurance if there is a lien or under the closing lawyers insurance if they were made to pay., Ultimately if it was the sellers debt, they could come back to the seller in some cases. You should check with the closing lawyer or perhaps your own to be sure about the laws in your state. ... more
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Fri Jun 29, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
Can you even do so? It really depends on your homes zoning, check with the building dept. of your town and then discuss if it is possible if it is to you advantage.....

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Mon Jun 18, 2012
James Vandeck answered:
I'm not sure what you mean by live. If your listing is priced right, it will come alive. Buyers will become interested, your home will receive lots of traffic and you will get offers. Also, if your home listing is posted on the large internet sites such as Realtor.com, Google, Yahoo, Prudential, Zillow, etc,, then you can expect thousands , and I do mean thousands of prospects who will view your listing. And, if you have attractive photographs and a professional writeup, all the better yet. By the way, I know I'm biased, but Prudential Preferred povides all the above services, and more.

So, in order to have a 'live' listing, check to see if your listing is positioned properly in the market place with an accurate price that reflects the Market, and not just the price that you are 'hopeing' to get...

Betst of luck to you,

James
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