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Thu Jun 9, 2016
Yesfloyd2112 asked:
buying? We wish to first find our new home to buy, and then, once either a binder is accepted/enter into contract, we would then list our current home (which is paid off) right away to try…
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
UpNest Top Realtors answered:
Hi Victoria,

Trulia doesn't allow FSBO homes listed manually. You would have to pay a premium for a flat fee listing service. The NAR states that FSBO homes typically sell for an average of $184,000 compared to agent assisted homes at $230,000. That's a big difference! So selling with an agent will usually get you more money in the end, and it will sell faster with less hassle on you.

We created our service for home sellers looking for the best deal possible. Agents will compete against each other to earn your listing, so you're more likely to receive a great commission rate. You'll also be able to compare agents so you can select the best agent possible! There's no risk to try us out, and it's completely free for you! http://www.upnest.com

Good luck!
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
Michael Azzato answered:
I would be happy to stop by and give you a free booklet that gives you many ideas on how to sell your Townhouse/condo, on your own. It's a great booklet, and I'm sure you will find it helpful.

Please give a call and I will bring it to you. No strings attached.

Sincerely,
Michael Azzato
Broker Associate
Laffey Fine Homes
516-356-8832
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Thu Jun 28, 2012
Lisa Palermo answered:
good evening kimberly..
at this time we have reached a 'soft' bottom to the market..
there are still additional foreclosures that will soon be trickling into the mix of available
inventory.. this will keep prices low for awhile before you will see an increase in value..

ti be clear on your question.. you are trying to sell your condo and want to know if
your buyer can purchase with an fha loan..?
it will depend on your board's requirements.. and loan to value stats..
also, your board has a debt to income ratio that must be met..
call me..
you are local to my area.

Lisa Palermo
Coldwell Banker Residential
631-921-9979

http://www.cbmoves.com/lisa.palermo

lisa.palermo@cbmoves.com
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Tue May 8, 2012
Lo asked:
This seems ridiculous because the school system is so good. There are houses that were 340,000 at the peak listing for 195K. Condos that were 260K selling for 173K. Why don't people…
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Wed Jul 14, 2010
Thomas McGiveron answered:
Wow Ralph did a lot of work there.

I have a question for you Tut - why do you want to know?

Are you thinking of selling your home and want this information to price your home right?

Price is ONE element of selling a home. Just keep that in mind.
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Sat Feb 20, 2010
Jerry Cibulski answered:
There are many ways to find out the experience level and production volume an agent has with a little bit of internet searching. You can go to the website of the firm the agent is working with. Review the profile page of that agent and see how many listings they have for sale, what the agents profile shows, review how many sales the agent has represented for the listing side of the transaction.
This should review how many years they have been in the business and look for company awards. The experienced agents should have a history of production and service awards. You can also google the agents name and review what websites they link with.
Interview the agent and ask them questions and have them show you what they have accomplished in the buisiness.
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Tue Jun 17, 2008
Cori Kaplan answered:
Hi Depp,

Please feel free to go to my website and sign up for the free weekly foreclosure and preforeclosure list.

Cori
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