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Asked by Looking To Buy, 37055 Sun Feb 8, 2009

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Tina Evans, Agent, Cookeville, TN
Mon Feb 9, 2009
Well, while I will tend to agree with Cindi, that's a huge reduction, you never know! I always tell my buyers to "make an offer". However, before I do that, I do make sure that I've done my homework and looked at the comparables for that area. While you didn't really give information on the home, there may be mitigating circumstances which might dictate you putting in an offer for that amount (i.e., a short sale, preforeclosure, estate sale, foreclosure, reo...). You would be best served by hiring a realtor in the area to help you put together an offer that has a reasonable chance of being accepted. If you would like a referral, contact me via my website and I'll pass on the name to you.
Good luck!
Tina Evans, Broker
Luna Realty Group
Web Reference:  http://tinaevans.net
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The Hagley G…, Agent, Pleasanton, CA
Sun Feb 8, 2009
That's a huge price reduction...even in this economy! Your best bet is to hire a local Realtor that can represent you. Good luck!
Web Reference:  http://www.cindihagley.com
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