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Home Selling in Shallotte : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 5, 2013
Suzanne Polino answered:
You will need a real estate agent to do this for you. Only a licensed agent has access to the MLS system in which listings can be added and managed.
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Fri Oct 30, 2009
Glenda Marks answered:
I took a look at your house. I see you have reduced it. It is also empty. Some staging may help. How about a wing ding open house? Notice should be given to all neighbors, club members, friends, business associates in that area. You would be surprised how often people you know want to find a home for their friends. Make you offer attractive for the buyers by offering closing costs, appliances, decorating allowances, etc. It's time for you and your realtor to get proactive.

Glenda Marks, Owner/Broker
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Wed Oct 14, 2009
Keith Sorem answered:
I am sorry for your situation.

The truth is that the buyer who purchases your home will be represented by a Realtor about 90% of the time, so experienced Realtors knows that if agents are not showing the property that there is a pricing issue.

Homes that have 10-12 showings or one offer in the first two weeks are well-priced.

The other barometer is the sale of other comparable homes. Almost every seller that says "help me, my home will not sell" is apparently unaware of other home sales. We know that the average buyer looks at 10-20 homes before they by, so if 10-20 homes, like yours, are getting offers and selling, then something is wrong.

Good luck next time. If you'd like me to refer you to a local Top Realtor to analyze your situation, please let me know.

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