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Home Selling in Ocean City : Real Estate Advice

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Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
Sun May 29, 2016
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Christopher…, Real Estate Pro in Tarrytown, NY
Sun May 10, 2015
Christopher Pagli answered:
Trulia is an agent only platform at this time, the broker that listed it has to change the info. Otherwise, the info is pulled from public records and would have to be changed there first.

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Dave Leiderm…, Real Estate Pro in Bethany Beach, DE
Wed Dec 17, 2014
Dave Leiderman answered:
Hi Kakiah.

I'll assume you disregarded the previous answer from "Kristina". Not really sure what that was about.

Generally speaking, prices in Ocean City are still going down although it depends on what you're comparing today's sales to. If you had looked at properties for sale in 2003 then you will find that what's available in 2013 is very similar.

For more information on properties for sale in Ocean City or the surrounding areas, including Delaware, please contact me.

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Joseph Luht, Real Estate Pro in Perry Hall, MD
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Joseph Luht answered:
I would say interview 3 agents to see what they can offer. Do not judge by the company they are work for. There are good and bad agents that work for big companies and the same goes for small companies. ... more
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Holly Steven…, Real Estate Pro in Berlin, MD
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Holly Stevenson DuVall answered:
It is updated. Our MLS has a real time feed to Trulia.
The information you have is correct. There has been little activity in this building.
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Susan Marie…, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Susan Marie Miller answered:
I pay a lot of money yearly to have my listings featured in
Trulia. You get what you pay for.
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tim zito,  in Bethany Beach, DE
Thu Apr 15, 2010
tim zito answered:
There are a great number of anxious sellers in Ocean City.

The best answer will be on an individual basis. Some owners have had their properties for years and owe little to nothing on them and others are recent owners with large debt and mortgage payments and may need to sell quickly. And as more short sales and foreclosures enter the market, it will bring more opportunity for buyers to buy at great prices.

Staying in contact with an agent of choice to make sure you are constantly aware of the market is best. This way you won't miss out on the great buys that come along and sell quickly.
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Kevin & Moni…, Real Estate Pro in Ocean City, MD
Tue Sep 29, 2009
Kevin & Monica McNamara answered:
Dear Home Seller,

First all, I am very sorry you find yourself in this situation. I have consulted with several local attorney's and they all seem to agree that selling your property short (short sale) will have a less negative effect on your credit rating then allowing the property to go to foreclosure.

So let's do the best we can with that hardship letter. It has been my experience that some lenders have a specific form they require be completed. So I would definitely check with your lender first to see if that is the case. Other lenders will accept a letter from you detailing why you are in a hardship position. Be very specific, nothing is irrelevant. The lender may still require additional documentation even after they have reviewed your letter.

Best of luck to you and your family.
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