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Home Selling in Hershey : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 13, 2017
Kerri Macdonald answered:
Can a seller reject an offer from an investor because they don't want the home to be a rental?
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Thu Jun 4, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
You should discuss this with your listing agent to learn about the federal laws on discrination. You dont have to sell your home 1 penny below asking. However at asking price with contingincies is different than an offer at asking price contingent on insoections, mortgage or other items. ... more
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Tue Oct 8, 2013
Krgolddust3 answered:
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Angela Moyer answered:
The prices that come from Trulia, Zillow, or any of the real estate sites are computer generated. These estimates are not usually very accurate at all, since they do not take into account the features and uniqueness of your home compared to similar homes in your area. For a good estimate you should contact a realtor and they can provide you with a CMA (comparable market analysis). They will look at local similar homes that have sold and take into account of the features that your home offers and make adjustments accordingly to come up with a recommended price range for your home. I am a local realtor, and I would be happy to provide you with a free market analysis. You may reach me on my cell (717-599-0076) with any additional questions or to schedule a meeting. I would be happy to assist you!

Angela
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Wed Mar 16, 2011
Sailor 1648 answered:
Depends on local municipality Zoning rules, NO- Grandfathering Allowed, And no Agent will go to bat , on your behalf, and you lose value in land value, but next owner might with enough Graft, buy off local officals, and make out! ... more
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Thu Nov 4, 2010
Erica Ramus, MRE answered:
THere is not enough information for an agent to reply to this. A good agent needs to see the interior of the home, know the neighborhood and address, and do a search for sold properties in the area. You cannot answer this quickly and easily with such vague details. ... more
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Fri May 29, 2009
Scooter asked:
If contracts were submitted but after 24 - 72 hours, nothing was signed or agreed to, can the realtor post the MLS listing to say Res B or PND? Also please explain what would have had to…
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Tue Apr 14, 2009
Erica Ramus, MRE answered:
Have you spoken to your agent's boss, the BROKER?

I would call him/her and explain why you're unhappy with the agent. See what he/she offers to do.

I would also call a real estate attorney if you are not happy with the Broker's response.

I am the broker of my company. I can tell you that if someone calls to complain that they're not happy with someone in my office, or our services, I would never force them to sign something they were unhappy with. I also would never personally pursue a commission (even if we bought full price offers to you) if there was a good reason to reject them.

Situations change during a listing. If your situation has changed and you want out of the listing contract, tell your broker the truth and see what he/she will do for you.

Personally, I believe a satisfied client isbetter than an unhappy one who will spread bad press about me.
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