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Sat Nov 26, 2016
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. answered:
No one has any clue who called. Is there a question? Are you perhaps for sale by owner on here?
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Sat Jul 30, 2016
Jenaffordrest asked:
We would like advise on selling our home in "Sunshine Ranches" located in the city of Southwest Ranches. We don't want the hassle of Listing, showing, inspections, etc.
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Thu Mar 12, 2015
Richard Ferris answered:
A broker can open his/her own office and can have an escrow account, an agent cannot. Agents usually specialize in helping home buyers and sellers. Brokers are usually pretty busy running their offices and managing the brokerage.

I'd be happy to help if you need real estate assistance.

Richard Ferris
Coldwell Banker
*54-914-9466
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Tue Sep 2, 2014
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Thu Oct 3, 2013
Alain Castellanos answered:
Hi Teri,
As with any trend, you can tell how it takes a little time for the majority to catch up and start believing what our profession has been preaching for quite some time now. We all know that ever since last year, it has been quite the Seller's market down here in our area and I feel like now more and more Sellers are trying to "test the market" to see if their house can generate that lucrative bidding war that we see in certain situations.

Unfortunately, more of these listings that are hitting the market are creating an adverse affect and I find that many Sellers now are coming out with a heightened expectation of what their Home's value truly is and many feel that the home can almost sell itself (Look at how many more FSBOs there are now than before)

As far as Buyers -- my experience hasn't changed yet. I feel most Buyers still understand that when a good (well-priced) property comes out, it typically doesn't last more than a few days. But, I guess that's true in any market.

-- Thanks for starting the forum and I'd love to hear your experiences as well.
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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Sharon Felton answered:
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Robert DiAlberto answered:
Just update all you can. Post answers and questions and blog from time to time. The market is still going pretty strong and steady.
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