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Home Selling in Middletown : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 5, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Zillow allows editing control to change photos. Use either the "Public" or "Owner" view to change pictures or go to "More" at the top of the page.
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Sun Mar 1, 2015
Kimberly Carrafiello answered:

If you haven't already decided to list with an agent or sell the home yourself, I'd be happy to speak with you as far as what Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has to offer you along with your complimentary NO OBLIGATION property evaluation report.

Best Regards,
Kim Carrafiello, SFR
Sales Associate
732-796-2567 direct
NJAR 2014 Circle of Excellence Recipient
Top 5 Sales Associate for CB Middletown 9/2014 & 12/2014
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Thu Nov 6, 2014
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
It really depends where the data is syndicating from and in Trulia's case most of it is from a 3rd party vendor. Your agent should be able to tell you where it syndicates from--go to that source and make sure the price has been changed there--it may take another day or 2 for it to crawl its way from there to Trulia and the other sites. ... more
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Thu Oct 2, 2014
Ashley Cole answered:
VA is 4%, Conventional at 5% down is up to 3% CC, 10% down or more is up to 6% CC, FHA up to 6%, and USDA is up to 6%.
That is correct that the home must appraise with the sales price plus the CC. However, there really isn't anything to worry about as a seller. If it doesn't appraise then just have it in writing per the contract that the CC will be lessened, not the sales price. If it closes and there's any CC left on the table then it goes back in the seller's pocket.

Texas Realtor... However, these are government loans so the down payment and Closing Cost percentage is the same throughout the country. :)
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Sun Jul 21, 2013
Joan Congilose answered:
You really should check with your attorney as well as a tax consultant what your actual expenses will be at closing. All homeowners pay a real estate transfer tax when you sell a home and the rate charged will he determined by the sales price and your age. In addition, you may be required to pay an exit tax if your plan is to move out of the state shortly after the sale of your home. ... more
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Valentina Gabela answered:
Reading these responses I think we all agree
Read the lease and see if the issue was addressed. You also need to see if the lease states how the house is going to be shown and what you are obligated to do to allow people in to see the house.
If the lease is not clear than you should consult an attorney.

This really should have been explained when you signed the lease too.

Good luck
Val Gabela
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