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Home Selling in Grand Prairie : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 10, 2015
The United Home Team answered:
Yes ma'am its been awhile since we've spoken and hopefully you're enjoying the new home :) With new construction moving into the area property values off the Penn. of Joe Pool Lake have climbed up quiet a bit in the last 2-3years. Would you like to do lunch and go further into detail about this? ... more
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
James Manglona answered:
First of all, it is not clear, if you are a realtor who helped a buyer to purchase a home for a FSBO. Or is this a consumer who dealt with a FSBO? Both are unclear. Since you purchase the home without a licensed realtor. You may run into many issues such as this one. (FSBO-For Sale By Owner)

Now that you are in this present condition and have not resolved any matters in regards to the home. It seems you may need to do research on the property at the Dallas County Appraisal Office and see who is listed as the owner of the house.

Title Company generally don't let you hang this long, had a licensed realtor was hired. You may want to contact the Title Company and find out what is going on with the house.

Unless there are issues on the house such as lien on the property or property may be in a probate court and there may be issues on the house and it will not sell. Or it can be anything that would not allow the house to obtain a clear title. A title search may help, but it would cost money to obtain it from the title company. A Quit claim deed may be issued by an attorney in an attempt to cure the cloud in the property, provided that is the delay. Consult an attorney.

Title Policy is the instrument that permits ownership of the home and generally, an Real Estate attorney may be consulted to seek your information further. Attorney may assist in clearing the cloud in the title.

Unless you have been scammed and have been defrauded by FSBO. Then consult a real estate attorney on your legal matter. Even short sale may take a long time at the title company but this is now year 2014. I have many unanswered questions on this matter. I hope you resolved your matter. Good luck.
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Tue Jan 7, 2014
Jordan Davis answered:
Hi Michelle,

I saw that in the past few years you had a number of questions about the Mira Lagos market. I actually live in Mira Lagos and have a great deal of experience with this side of Mansfield/Grand Prairie/Cedar Hill. Is there something I can help you with at this time? Feel free to call me or email me. Have a great day!

Jordan Davis
817-313-7973
Jordan@jordandavisproperties.com
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Mon Oct 28, 2013
Chris Hutchinson answered:
Trulia only post houses listed with an agent because when buyers rewuest info it goes to a buyers agent thay works off comission from the sale.

Typically if you sale FSBO you don9;t pay a commission but your home usually sells for less and take longer. So if you look at it if takes you 2-6 months longer to sale and your proceeds from the sale are lower or you are paying 2 mortgages because you moved, paying the commission and selling at a higher sales price may be worth the 4-6% cost of commission.

I live and service the Lewisville area and would be happy to help you list your home. I have several seller programs (flat rate listing, Internet only, pocket listing, limited service / reduced commission) that I can work out with you especially if you are looking to buy a home either before or after selling.

Please give me a call to discuss.

Regards,

Chris Hutchinson
REALTOR(R)
The Michael Group
972.809.0607
www.chrishutchinsonrealestate.com
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Fri Jun 7, 2013
The United Home Team answered:
Are you an agent or an individual seller? If you're a FSBO you can only go Active on truly if you're are in the MLS from the best of my knowledge, this is considering it auto populates over from our own database. Please feel free to contact me if you need any assistance. If you're an agent it will only get easier as you go, I promise. Thank you.

Keller Williams Realty
Real Estate Consultant
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Joseph Fernandez
Cell: 817-975-7258
Blog: blissfulestates84.blogspot.com
Email: blissfulestates84@gmail.com
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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Brent Rice answered:
Timothy, I have a buyer currently looking for a home in Grand Prairie. We have been shopping but so far have not found what they are looking for. Send me some photos and your address, and I will have them look at them to see if they would be interested to look. ... more
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Wed Dec 5, 2012
Jonathan Cochran answered:
Esmeralda,

I would be happy to sit down with you, put a plan together to sell your home. This can be a stressfull time for you and your family. It is my job as the realtor to help take as much of the stress off of you during this process.

Please feel free to call me,
Jonathan Cochran
682-777-1470
jonathan@cochranrealtor.com
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Sat Sep 8, 2012
The United Home Team answered:
"MEETING YOUR NEEDS AND EXCEEDING YOUR DREAMS!"

No worries in todays market, my knowledge and key negotiating skills will surpass your expectations. Let me help you in your search to relocate. Not only do I offer free professional photography and adforable rates, I will always market your property on over 350+ websites. Over 83% of my listing sell oppossed to the dfw average of only 47% sell by other agencies. Contact me to setup a free listing consultation so we can begin. Thank you for your time and God Bless!

Keller Williams Realty
Joseph Fernandez
cell: 817-975-7258
off: 817-635-1157
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Tue May 29, 2012
Jennifer Fox answered:
in todays time normal is different with all neighborhoods..but USUALLY the normal time before you see a contract is about 100 days on the market..then it can take 30-45days to close from the time you get the offer....If you are thinking of selling or buying please give me a call..Jennifer Fox, Fox Realtors, 817-401-9432 ... more
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Mon Feb 7, 2011
Susie Reichley answered:
If it was an FHA laon is holds good for 6 months.

Most of the time listing and selliong agents will try to get a conventiional loan revued, but there is no guarantee that it will help.

We are all frustrated.

Susie
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Sun Dec 27, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
Welcome to world of real estate you should have taken all these factors when considering sale your home on your own without an agent.

Any agent who renders an opinion could have a licensed revoked we are not representing you as the seller, We can miss guide you but held liable for own statements could cost you money $x,xxx's

Try a flat fee listing agent who can represent you for terms and conditions of sales offer therefore you are covered under agents e & o insurance.

You can violate laws of Texas and be sued ANY property sold follow the state statues. Seasoned veterans search for FSBO take all you have !

National Featured Realtor and Consultant, Texas Mortgage Loan Officer, Credit Repair Lecturer
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Mon Sep 28, 2009
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
Hi Marta,
If you do not know an experienced Realtor in your area in Grand Prairie TX, feel free to e-mail me directly and I would love to connect you with a Partner Agent of mine in that area to assist you with your sale, the pricing and marketing of your property.

Feel free to e-mail me directly by giving me a little more information i.e. address of property, any recent improvements, when you acquired the property, your e-mail address, phone (just in case) and I would love to connect you with my partner agent in Texas to assist you. Please e-mail me to EdithSellsHomes@gmail.com

Hoping to hear from you soon.
Edith Karoline YourRealtor4Life!
Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients...
EdithSellsHomes@gmail.com
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Mon Sep 7, 2009
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
There is no place where you can find this information. Every loan is different because every appicant is different. Average time right now is about 30 days and some are taking a little longer than that. This is for applicants that have great credit and doing a conventional loan.

Watch out for many lenders out there will will promise you to close your loan in a short time only to get your business, and once you are invested with them, they'll find excuses such as they're waiting on your employer, your landlord etc.

If you need a good lender that will not promise you the impossible, I'll be happy to help.

Naima
214-289-8555
Naima@Sumner-Realty.com
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Fri Jul 3, 2009
Marcia Levine answered:
We have found that appraisers are looking at 3 month data instead of 6 month data as they have in the past. An appraiser told me that If a neighborhood has 1 or 2 foreclosures, they usually don't include those, but if it has several that usually means the neighborhod, as a whole, is distressed and they will include them. Are you closer to Coit or Preston? If you are currently working with a Realtor, they will be able to pull comps and tell you the make-up of the neighborhood.
Also, foreclosure or not, it's still important to pay attention to what your home has to offer vs. the competition. More upgrades, better condition, floorplan, location, etc...Homes priced right and staged do sell faster and at a higher price.

Best of luck to you!
Marcia
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Fri Feb 6, 2009
Bruce Lynn answered:
Don't do it. If you need me to walk you through how the scam works, just let me know.

These guys are typically pretty good, but have no risk to them.

They may have good intentions, but carry little to no risk and can leave you holding a very ugly mess. ... more
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Thu Aug 7, 2008
Bruce Lynn answered:
1. Search on www.dallascad.org for your property. Sometimes it will list approximate size there if your lot is square.
2. You can also refer to your survey if you have one, (alternatively you could purchase a new one.)
3. Measure it yourself for approximate size.
I hope this helps. If you need additional assistance please feel free to call me at 214-675-6992 and I'll assist you if I can.
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