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Home Selling in Lebanon : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 17, 2015
Farrah Rudd answered:
Is it listed with an agent? If you uploaded the pictures yourself Trulia should have emailed you. Otherwise you claim it by going to the listing and I believe it's in the bottom left. It will walk you through a verification process. I live and work in Lebanon. I sold 687 Natalie last year. I would love to help you if you choose to have a Realtor. Thank you! Hope this helps. ... more
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Mon Jun 8, 2015
Olena and Fabian Robinson answered:
Either would work better than the old furniture you currently have based on the condition you mentioned. Staging typically showcases the space well best but buyers will still identify potential with simple actions like cleaning and excellent lighting ... more
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Fri May 9, 2014
Diana Hellman answered:
It is the agent's job to highlight the best features of your home, along with help from you with regard to supplying information about updates and special features. If you have done what is needed cosmetically, in terms of condition, painting, and it is in a good location and it is priced correctly, all of these things considered, the buyers will know this as they will be comparing your property with others. ... more
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Fri May 18, 2012
Elizabeth Spear answered:
Hello, We're local agents who live in Lebanon. I don't see an actual address associated with this property or we might be able to provide you some insight into the details. Our experience with area lender owned properties is that there are often condition issues. With no one occupying them, they're prone to deterioration and a drop in value. We've encountered homes with significant mold issues, broken pipes, vandalism and theft inside of furnace parts.

By itself, one lender owned property by itself isn't going to pull down the neighborhood values provided there are other sales holding "normal" value. The problem is when a neighborhood has an abundance of foreclosed homes, and unfortunately that may lead to depressed values for everyone.
Bill & Liz Spear
RE/MAX Elite
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Mon Apr 19, 2010
Barbara Q. answered:
Jake - Even when you are listed with an agent...Buyers sometimes make additional requests after the inspection or during the attorney review and if the Seller will not comply...the Buyer chooses to walk.

So don't take it personally.
You want to be a FSBO? Man up! and Move on!
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