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Home Selling in Sedgwick County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 6, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

To post your home for sale by owner on Trulia, click the link below and select Submit listings for sale.

http://www.trulia.com/submit_listings/

You will be redirected to our partner site, Zillow. Once you activate your listing on Zillow, it will appear on Trulia within 24 hours.


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
Consumer Care Advocate
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Thu Jan 7, 2016
Hunnebcrawford asked:
Have listed a townhouse. Many have viewed and saved can't get them to see it. What is the best method to fwy them in ? Are investor a good option? Pristine condition.
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Tue Nov 24, 2015
Gbeehler asked:
My home (9130 E Peppertree Circle, Wichita, Ks 67226) has been listed on Trulia for several months. I received an e-mail from Trulia on Nov 23rd stating "We saw you checking this…
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Tue Jul 21, 2015
James Karlovsky answered:
Realtors have the option of paying for the service that allows for 1+ featured homes.
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Sun May 10, 2015
jmrkan asked:
I edited what I could regarding my listing by Trulia, but it still shows 2 bedrooms. In February I had a hearing with the Sedgwick County Appraiser's office, and the mistake was corrected…
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Thu Apr 16, 2015
estateagents asked:
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Fri Mar 27, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Owner carry or owner financing is a complicated transaction and happen in various ways. You really need to hire an attorney.
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Mon Jul 28, 2014
Randy Tanner & Lindsey Racher answered:
Hello,

This is a very hard situation. The first thing I would do is suggest to your listing agent that you put your home back on the market. How much money did she give you as a deposit (escrow money)? Hopefully it is at least 10% of the purchase price. I would suggest going after the buyer for her escrow money. She needs to sign a form to release it to you, but she should. If she does not, you can sue her for failure to perform.

If it isn't this person, someone else will buy your home. Do not worry.

Regards,

Randy Tanner
RE/MAX Direct
561-420-7955
tannergroup2@gmail.com
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Kevin Cash answered:
Pricing is #1. If you want to compete in today's market, you have to be competitive. Work with a good Agent and they will guide you,
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
Leesa Hughes answered:
I've found that it's always a great idea to consistently re-evaluate your household budget, regardless of the situation. Some of the questions to ask yourself:

- Look at overall household debt. For example, are you paying for any of your child's college bills?

- Get an agent to look at comps and give you a home price value opinion. An experienced agent will tell whether you have equity or not.

- Do you really want to sell, or perhaps turn your home into a rental? Many folks are thinking about the benefits of turning assets (like a home) into an annuity stream. If you can make the rental cash-flow positive, it's a great way to start building up retirement income.

Please contact me and we can run through specific scenarios. I'd be happy to help you plan this all out.

Leesa Hughes
316-650-9650
leesa_hughes@yahoo.com
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Todd Beals answered:
House values are based on what the market in your neighborhood is bringing within the past 6 months. That is the time line that an appraiser goes back. If you are on a lake lot your house will bring more than the houses in your area that are not on a lake lot. ... more
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Sun Nov 10, 2013
ajeffrey85 answered:
Briggs Basement. I have used them on dozens of projects for multi family townhome community with 126 basements to keep dry!
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Tue Jun 18, 2013
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
Brianna Branine answered:
Are you getting feedback from those showings? Listen to and consider all of the feedback you are getting. If there are negative things on the list that are consistent, then make a change! Those buyers help depict the sale of your home. Lowering your price $2000 will not make a change...you will still be getting the same buyers looking in the same price range. ... more
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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Anna Owen answered:
Well, some of that is an industrial area (closer to 135). If you'd like to send me an email (aowen@weigand.com), I can get more specifics about the area and price of home. Maybe it's not priced accordingly? ... more
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Fri Nov 2, 2012
Cynthia Hise answered:
thanks for everyones answers. Really appreciate all of them.
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Fri Jul 13, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Speaking to a lender about it would be my suggestion.
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
My NC Homes Team answered:
Have to? No. Shoud you? Yes. Your agent gave you good advice. If you were a buyer wouldn't you like to know that the Seller at least looked at your offer. Simply write on the first page of the offer , "Reviewed and Rejected" and sign your name. It can help avoid any complaints from a buyer that their offer wasn't treated fairly. ... more
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Tue Mar 27, 2012
Brenda Feria answered:
Deferred maintenance cost sellers more than anything else. If you are the type who leaves everything until later, chances are that those little nagging repairs have become bigger, more expensive repairs. ... more
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Wed Mar 21, 2012
Leigh Ann Miller asked:
Do we obtain the property for that amount? Do we take over the previous loan & the amount of the transfer? What exactly is it? Is it too good to be true? Help and input, Thanks so much!…
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