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Thu Mar 9, 2017
Dgoede asked:
Im wondering if it is allowed and might be successful to make mention to our realtor we'd be offering an additional $2k bonus to the selling agent for the sale of our home. I didnt…
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Thu Jun 2, 2016
Viktstar asked:
Could I negotiate a better rate if I am using the same agent to sell current home and buy a new one? What are the common rates on NE Ohio?
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Wed Jul 30, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
I would seek legal advice. That does not make it void, but you may have issues if a party is trying to "back out" because of that type of typo.
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Wed Jul 30, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
I have unfortunately never heard of them. I would recommend Title One Agency in Green. Lowest rates and great service.
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Wed Jul 30, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
You will want to look on Craigslist or have a Realtor check into this for you. There are only a small number of those in the MLS, but I could check for you.
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Fri Mar 15, 2013
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
He may be accurate that the property could very well be gone by the time you see it, so it is always good to have a preapproval letter with you and look at a home within a day or two of it being listed. There is a shortage of inventory and homes that are priced right are sold very quickly. ... more
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Mon Apr 16, 2012
Jim Norbuta answered:
Sales are up and listings are down in most areas...including Streetsboro. In general, it is becoming a much better market for sellers. However, there are wide variations between single family homes and condos, and the market varies widely by price range.

Most people are not interested in general market statistics. They want answers about their property. To find that out, I'd suggest contacting an agent in your area and he/she will be able to answer this question and many others for you.
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Sun Jun 20, 2010
Lucia Mack answered:
Lucia Mack Keller Williams gcsw 216-534-0969 All good points! The first thing that comes to my mind is that we know the market and we educate/advise you. This is important because the longer your house sits on the market the less money you will make. So we can position your home where it needs to be to sell, instead of chasing the market. We also have no emotional attachment to your home and sometimes it's hard for you to see the same things that we do. Because I do several transactions a month I can see the potential problems we are going to have and I can see it from a buyers eyes. These are sometimes small adjustments that we can make upfront to limit buyers objections. This means to things, a quicker sale and more money....less things for them to ding you on good luck! And of course let me know if you need anything else. It's a great time to sell! Lucia Mack ... more
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Sat Feb 13, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
Does the deed also say " and other considerations " ? If so, that $199,990 would be the "other consideration".
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Sat Feb 13, 2010
Keith Sorem answered:
Lisa
You might find this article from Realtor.org interesting reading.

IMHO there are two key aspects of the costs that my clients pay:
1. They should be directly related to the transaction - not just "padding".
2. They should be disclosed as soon as they are known to be applicable. Usually that means that when we are working on a transaction, we request an "estimate of funds required to close" for buyers and an "estimate of seller's net proceeds" for sellers so we can evaluate as early in the transaction as possible any potential problems, questions, concerns, etc.
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Sat Feb 13, 2010
Richard Lecinski answered:
Each state is a bit different but when does the transaction record with the county? That is probably the day you need to be out. The day that paper work is signed does not matter
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Wed Jan 27, 2010
Dee Nofziger answered:
Unless otherwise stated in writing in your contract, the prospective buyer cannot enter the property without your permission during the time between closing and possession.

Ohio is one of the few states left that does not have "possession at close" as the only option. ... more
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Fri Jan 8, 2010
"Carolina Joe" Idleman answered:
I agree 30-45 days is typical.
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Tue Sep 8, 2009
Tyrone T. Franklin answered:
Guy,

I am a Realtor® that lives in Steetsboro/ T answser you question; this all depends on the vendor used. However it should not take any longer to have this performed for VA than a Non-VA. I have attached an link below to assist you with your questions. Most apprasiers get their reports turned arround with in few days. They know that the mortgage broker is depending on it to finalize mortgage amount it is willing to lend.

Tyrone
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Sun Jul 19, 2009
Pat & Steve Pribisko answered:
You are in my market area. Across Northeast OH area, from my observation & those with whom I speak, the main issue is that when you are having plenty of showings & no offers, the price is too high. I have experienced it recently with 2 of the listing I have. You said that your agent works hard. So, have a frank discussion with him or her about lowering your list price. Really listen to what he or she suggests as the new list price. It has to be a significant reduction in list price to reach Buyers who are in your price range. And, it has to be a significant reduction for your Realtor to be able to market your home as if it is a new home on the market. ... more
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