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Home Selling in Sandy Springs : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 20, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:
Please check your MLS entries. One of my clients asked that her address not be displayed, and that is how we listed it. When we did that, it showed here as "Address not shown."

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Wed Feb 5, 2014
Kaylane Peters-Davis answered:
You wont be able to if you dont have a realtor. However I would be happy to list the propery for you.

Kaylane Peters
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
Licensed in Ga. And La.
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Sun Mar 28, 2010
Sally W. Hamby answered:
I work with many professional agents that work in your area. Any could certainly handle the listing of your property.

Ann Gault Harry Norman
Stacey Carter Better Homes and Garden

Deborah Gilmore Harry Norman
JanieDoughterty Harry Norman
Linda Khano Chapman Hall
Keli Davies Keller Williams
Lynne Davie Keller Williams

Excellent agents!
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Sun Mar 28, 2010
Sally W. Hamby answered:
I am assuming you are referring to a single family home. Those letters are generally requested by the closing attorney and are charged to the seller at closing. The attoney can not issue a clear title report without verifying the status of the association and your personal status with the association.

If your home is a condo, that is totally different. We the mortgage company request the letter on the status of the condo association and the number of units sold, rented and vacant and if the association is solvent. We collect this charge from the buyer as it is paid for in the beginning of the loan process.

This a totally standard process. The associations started charging for the letters at least six or seven years ago. There is no way it costs $50.00 (typical) charge to produce one, but you and I do not set the charges.

Sally W. Hamby
Fidelity Bank
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