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Lackawanna : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 8, 2017
Cddunkle asked:
I cant find my account to update my information. Please help me with this, thank you 716-316-4589
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Sun Jun 22, 2014
None answered:
absolutely not - unless you want to pay extra to the City of Buffalo to allow them to continue their education there - they are very strict about this
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Jesse C. Turnquist answered:
Are you planning on building a custom home? There are great financing options available if you use a qualified builder.

E-jturnquist@guardhill.com
C-845-544-3001
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Sun Sep 12, 2010
The Maxian Culeton Team at Hunt answered:
You can offer it for sale yourself, but why would you want to? You'll spend money up front for advertising, signs, etc., have to do all your own marketing and showings, and may ultimately have to hire an agent anyway (according to the National Association of Realtors, over 80% of those who try to sell themselves ultimately end up using a Realtor to sell. I would suggest interviewing some Realtors who are familiar with your area first. See what they have to offer. Let someone else spend the money up front and do the hard work! Besides, the market exposure when you use a Realtor is much broader than if you advertise yourself. ... more
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Tue Apr 1, 2008
Jo answered:
There is no set %. A home owner can list their house for whatever they want. If it is overpriced they will probably need to come down more than the owner who has it priced right. In many cases a house may sell for more than the list price because it is worth more than the list price. Get yourself a Buyer's agent and TRUST HIM OR HER. Full time, experienced agents know the market and can guide you. Pricing is not an exact science - a house is worth what a buyer is willing to pay for it. How much is this house worth to YOU? Listing a house high doesn't mean the seller will get more. Listing a house low doesn't mean the seller will give the house away. A buyer's agent 's job is to get you the house you want- that doesn't always mean get it for the lowest price - in trying to do so you may loose it. ... more
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