i have refinanced twice the townhome is worth 200-250,000what kind of deal can i get if i sell

Asked by Pat, Virginia Thu Aug 30, 2007

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JoAnn Pantas, Agent, Virginia Beach, VA
Thu Aug 30, 2007
Hi Pat,
There are so many variables that go into answering your question, that it wouldn't be fair to give you a quick answer here. Depending on where you live, what you owe on your mortgages and related expenses, how aggressive your market is now, why you want to move, when you want to move, the list of questions go on and on for someone to be able to even give you a ball park figure. What I do know is there are some very talented people here who would like to provide information for you and would like to help you. If you are able to e-mail me, we can look at your situation and come up with some answers and a plan. You can reach me at myowndreamcastle@yahoo.com. I would be happy to help you get your deal defined and obtained. I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
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Pam Winterba…, Agent, Danville, VA
Thu Aug 30, 2007
Pat....Are you asking what kind of price can you get for your property or are you asking if an agent will cut you a deal selling your property? If you haven't contacted a local Realtor I would suggest you do that first to help you.
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Keith Sorem, Agent, Glendale, CA
Thu Aug 30, 2007
To be fair to you, there is really no way to answer that question via Trulia. Anyone answering will probably not have seen your home (in person).

May I ask why you are thinking of selling?

I would suggest that you ask a local Realtor to provide you with a Comparable Market Analysis. Also, I would suggest discussing your reasons for moving and develop some options from which you can select one that best suits your needs.
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Sherrie Hart…, , Great Falls, VA
Thu Aug 30, 2007
Dear Pat,

Until I have the address, it is difficult to answer this question for you. If you want a value prepared for you, please e-mail homes@sherriehartzell.com and put your townhome address in the subject line and your name and Trulia in the e-mail. Then I can pull the tax record, research similar townhomes in the area, review records, and come up with a good selling price range for your townhome.

At some point later on I will need to know the amount you owe on all loans, mortgages, trusts, and lines of credit associated with this townhome, so I can figure out what you might make on your home at a certain selling price.
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Mr.P, , Arizona
Thu Aug 30, 2007
200K - 250K is a big spread for a townhouse.
Can you answer a few more questions
Where exactly are you located?
How many beds/ Baths?
Square footage?
Hows the condition?
End unit?
What and how much is the HOA?
Do you have any prepayment penalties?
Of course it is always nice to see the property in person, however if you can answer these questions we can narrow down a range.

Or by saying "what kind of deal can I get" do you mean something else?
Patrick -
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