There are numerous ways to sell your home without a real estate broker but unfortunately trulia is not one of them. This is one real estate portal available to brokers only. A flat fee broker will add your listing to trulia for a nominal fee but there services are also limited. Most real estate brokers offer different listing packages based on a clients needs. Selling a home in today's market is more competitive than ever so make sure that is what you really want to do. You can view this selling guide for more information on choosing a listing package that works for you. Best of luck... more
In the Queen's area among others, once an offer has been accepted and a home inspection has been conducted, the seller's attorney provides the buyer's attorney a contract of sale; for any other necessary clarifications, discuss with your agent and or attorney.... more
Remember an offer is more than just price--terms are also important. For instance, if one is cash and the other is not. However, the first step would always be to go back to both buyers and ask for their best and final.... more
What is your agent advising....If your buyer is purchasing with a mortgage, the lender more than likely will require a new survey. You can also check your public record at the Department of Buildings, or perhaps ask the attorney who did your closing if he/she has a copy on file....... more
a> I would ask all the selling pros:
when was last time YOU reduced YOUR commission FIRST?
b> does anyone knows the DIFFERENCE : what is appraised market value vs sale price?
c> getting any loan, is first applicant's CREDIT SCORE, Income - and lending terms
d> Since you are receiving a seller' concession, when did you - re agent advise your buyer to
contest re taxes based on effective Sale Price and see how much your RE taxes will be reduced
did you spent a few hundreds or less,
to have YOUR independent appraisal conducted ? it looks like are at ease to lower by 12- 15000$ your take
that depends on how many layers of shingles is on there at the moment. are u going to remove everything down to the roof boards. will any of the boards needs replacing. have u ever replaced your roof before. so until u get a contractor out there your cost option may vary. best to get more than one contractor's opinion and estimate, then and only then can u make a decision on whats your best option. good luck... more