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Thu Feb 26, 2015
Elisa Eesley Good Work Good Cause answered:
Hello Chris!

Timing, Financing, Representation and Business Acumen play a huge factor. In case you still have questions, do contact me. I have 11 years total experience representing both a national and local home builder. Therefore, I am knowledgeable about negotiations and pricing in new construction. ... more
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Wed Nov 6, 2013
Elisa Eesley Good Work Good Cause answered:
Hello Israel! Please contact me with your parameters. I am confident I have a few options for you. Thank you kindly.

Elisa@Baglio-Eesley.com 612-963-5459
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Fri Oct 25, 2013
Elisa Eesley Good Work Good Cause answered:
Hello Mary Jo and all Home Buyers! Please click on this link for some valuable information for HOME BUYING.
http://www.baglio-eesley.com/atj/user/BuyerResourceGetAction.do

In addition, here are 8 important questions to ask your agent.

Qualifications are important. However, finding a solid, professional agent means getting beyond the resume, and into what makes an agent effective. Use the following questions as your starting point in hiring your licensed, professional real estate agent:
How many years have you been a full time real estate agent?
Why should I work with you?
What do you do better than other real estate agents?
What process will you use to help me find the right home for my particular wants and needs?
What are the most common things that go wrong in a transaction and how would you handle them?
What are some mistakes that you think people make when buying their first home?
What other professionals do you suggest we work with and what are their credentials?
Can you provide me with references or testimonials from past clients?

Please do contact us if you need top notch representation as a Buyer! Elisa@BAGLIO-EESLEY.com 612-963-5459
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Rachael Harvey answered:
If there is even a small possibility you will be looking at both states you should find an agent that is licensed in both. That is the best way to compare not only the homes but the different tax consequences pertaining to your income bracket. An agent knowlegable in both states can help you weigh out the advantages of both. ... more
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Mary Ann answered:
Thank you everyone for your expertise! All is going well..close next week......
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Wed Dec 12, 2012
Stephanie Gruver answered:
Hi Amy! Trulia pulls photos from the MLS, and not all agents find value in including as many photos as possible on their MLS listings. And quite frankly - as a listing agent, you really want to put out the very best photos - and sometimes the properties do not lend themselves to great photos. Most buyers I've worked with who are interested in foreclosures just commit to going out and taking a look to really see the true condition of the property.

Hope this helps!

Stephanie Gruver
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612-581-5842
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