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Home Selling in Hampton : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 5, 2016
Steven B asked:
Would also like to know if your site shows the amount of people viewing the property. Thank You in advance for your time.
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Tue Mar 15, 2016
John Bowman asked:
Wed Dec 2, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
You should get a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a local realtor. They'll know the market best and be able to tell you if you can break even or you'll lose money when you sell.
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Wed Oct 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Macqueen,
Read your listing contract. Once you listed it, going around the agent to avoid commission is generally not permitted. In fact, most listing agreements have a protected period of up to 6 months that you may be obligated to. Without reviewing your agreement, no one can know, so start there. ... more
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
Sgray.crn answered:
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Anita L. Cox answered:
Hello Mike, your first step would be to have a consult with a Realtor to discuss your options. Once you have secured an agent; she will ensure you that not only is your home listed for sale on Trulia but also over 400 other websites.

Email or call to arrange a time that's best for you to discuss.
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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Amy Bush answered:
I hope that by now you may have sold your home in Grandview. If not, I'm very sorry you are not getting the activity you had hoped for. We are still seeing plenty of buyers in this market. The 3 biggest things that sells homes are Condition, Location, and Price. You're in a wonderful location. Take some time to review who your competition is and how your homes compares to them by means of condition and price. ... more
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Sat Jul 28, 2012
757WeBuyHouses answered:
Hello,

Don’t rely on the listing that your agent has put online to sell your house. Use other online venues to help sell your house. Put an ad on craigslist, use sites postlets.com like trulia.com. Promote the house through social media like Facebook Google Plus, Pinterest and Twitter

Real estate investors are an effective means of selling property quickly. You can sell them your home without having to pay real estate commissions.
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Sun Mar 18, 2012
Carolyn Liddell answered:
It's not unusual for people to have 2nd thoughts about their decisions. However, at one time you thought is was a good idea to sell your home so reflect on why you wanted to sell in the 1st place, and what are your current concerns. Be sure you can articulate your concerns about the market conditions relative to your selling. Do you believe the market conditions which concern you will improve or increase in the future? Then discuss these with your agent, and perhaps the broker. There may be other answers to your concerns rather than terminating the contract.

The listing agreement is a legal contract which may or may not allow for termination before the end of the term. Some agents and brokerages will permit it, others not. During the initial period of the listing agreement the agent spends significant time and perhaps money establishing the marketing plan. You may offer to reimburse the agent and brokerage for their time and costs. Best Wishes.

Carolyn Liddell
Sun Realty of Fredericksburg
www.suncompanies.biz
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Sun Nov 20, 2011
757WeBuyHouses answered:
Hello Fellow investor,

I would highly recommend Michael B. Hamar or Irving "Chip" Goldstein. Michael Hamer is in Norfolk his number is 757.622.2008 Michael Hamer is also a member PREIA (Peninsula Real Estate Investors Association). Irving "Chip" Goldstein is in Newport News his number is 757.873.8773. I use Michael B. Hamar myself. ... more
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Tue Aug 2, 2011
Samantha Sedlak answered:
I am so sorry to hear about your plumbing and flooding problems! It sounds like a short sale will be your best answer in this circumstance. It will affect your credit, but it is one way to walk away from a situation such as this without seriously damaging your credit the way a foreclosure can. You will definitely want an agent who has experience in short sales to help you with this transaction.

I am experienced in short sales and I would be more than happy to set up a free and confidential consultation.

Hope you have a great day!
Samantha Sedlak
Liz Moore & Associates
samiam700@gmail.com
757-810-6153
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Tue Jun 7, 2011
Diane Wilson answered:
Hello Stephen,
May have client ...please send home details.

Diane Wilson
Abbitt Realty Company
(cell) 757-771-4704
dwilson@abbitt.com
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Thu Dec 10, 2009
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Sat Nov 15, 2008
The Hagley Group answered:
I would recommend hiring a local Realtor to get the job done for you.
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Wed Oct 10, 2007
Keith Sorem answered:
Christopher
You are a Real Estate Pro.
Why are you posting this?
If it did not make financial sense to use professional representation, there would be no Realtors.
All homes are sold by owners. Some owners elect to sell without professional representation.
Some peopel defend themselves in court. Some defend themselves in front of the IRS...
it is a free country.
Keith
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