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Home Selling in Hartsville : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 10, 2016
Cheryl Knepper asked:
The home should easily be ready for the market if the remodeling is started and completed promptly. If successful the realtor will get the listing contract. Price should be high for this…
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Tue May 13, 2014
Kim Benedict answered:
Depends on what you mean.... If the agent has a "team" they work with then yes they will let the team work on selling the home for the main agent.

As for the listing agent, they will market the home and its pretty standard for another agent to sell the property. This is why there is the MLS system so we can share listings and get more eyes on the properties to get them to sell faster. ... more
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Tue May 13, 2014
Kim Benedict answered:
That depends on so many factors, as an inspection can hold up things if there are issues that need fixing and can be time consuming,- do a pre-sale inspection so you can fix any issues- If the buyer has all their paper work in order and if they stay on track, if any other issues or disputes come up, they all take time... The norm can be up to 60ish days, but you never know till its done...

Start looking while home is on the market, as you can place an contingency on the new home. Make sure your home is priced right, get an licensed appraiser to appraise the home so you are in the right price for your home to sell quickly, and too then the bank won't come back for a 2nd appraisal if it don't appraise out to what they think its worth.
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Tue Dec 3, 2013
Henri And Jeri Gutner answered:
Historic homes are not our expertise so I can't morally give you my sales pitch BUT if you need me to look up who has sold the most homes over 100, 150 years old. I can do a quick search in the MLS and see whose name keep popping up. You want someone who knows the kinds of hardwood, the name of special trims and doors and cupboards, etc. You need someone who has sold a lot of these who may even have the perfect buyer waiting for your home. Call me if you need some help.
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:
You bet!

Selling anything is all about visibility. Simply stated, the more people that know about an opportunity, the better the chances of finding a buyer. Open houses contribute to this visibility!

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