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Home Selling in Midtown East : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 25, 2016
Andrew Abram answered:
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Mon Mar 16, 2015
dploves2sellhomes answered:
If the desired price is more than the current market value, than in my opinion it's not a good idea. You should speak to a local Realtor to get a better idea of what the home is currently worth and he/she should be able to advise you on any upgrades or improvements that need to be done. When making any changes prior to selling a home, it is important to keep colors and designs neutral. What you might like, many not be what a prospective buyer would like. Keep it simple. ... more
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Wed Oct 9, 2013
Margaret R. Hopp answered:
2008 ...five years ago...I hope you have sold your place!
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Wed May 23, 2012
Dom Pascual answered:
Generally when the weather is warmer there are buyers. Colder weather, buyers dont like to get out and see apartments. Summer and early fall tends to be warm. Better to market it now and sell it asap. I can take pictures and put up ads. I can work on an exclusive basis or non-exclusive basis. Exclusives is 5% (negotiable) and for nonexclusive I do 3% if I bring a qualified buyer.

Non-exclusive agreement, I put up ads and I represent the buyer and show them many apartments not just your apartment, if they like your apartment and bring funds at closing, I get paid by you 3% buyer's broker commission.

Let me know selling real estate is my passion.

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Sat Nov 10, 2007
Jolie Muss answered:
Your situation sounds very confusing and doesn't really add up..
Your tenant has given you $11,500 already but hasn't signed anything?
How long ago did you agree to this?
Is the tenant a friend or relative of yours?
Does this tenant at least have a lease? Why would you arrange to use it on weekends, if you live in Florida? Please clarify if possible!
You definitely should consult with an attorney and also review any papers you may have signed, it is possible in some States that a verbal agreement with consideration may be binding, but I can not give any legal advice as I am not an attorney.. I could send you a list of lawyers here in Manhattan if you email me... Good Luck
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