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Home Selling in Royse City : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Nov 18, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Misty,
Is your home no longer meeting your needs? Is it too small or not located where you want to be? If it's not serving you and you can sell it successfully, sell it. Before you do however, give some thought about where you will go next. Are homes there more or less expensive, will you have a better home for the money or smaller?
Selling just to sell, isn't a good idea. Selling when your needs changed or a better opportunity presents itself makes sense.
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Allison Payne answered:
we are in the same situation and looking for a home in royse city now lol. we're having to list our own home first, and we have done so. now i've a short list of homes in royse city i am looking at, and i hope to have an offer on my home soon. ... more
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Sun Jul 17, 2011
Tommy Gilley answered:
just curiosu: did you ever get your home on the market and sold? I'm a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Apex, and I live in Woodland Creek myself. If you still need help, give me a call on my cell: 214.991.1081.

Have a great day.

Tommy Gilley
214.991.1081
tommy.gilley@cbapexeast.com
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Thu Jun 10, 2010
Guy Gimenez answered:
This is a phrase often used by agents to explain which side of the sale they worked. In this case, the agent is stating they worked the buyer side of the transaction versus working the listing (seller) side. ... more
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