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Home Selling in Tewksbury : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Aug 4, 2016
Nckgb answered:
negotiable 100% negotiable
From time to time send them a email (anonymous) asking questions see if they answer the email give them 2 times and if not fire them the listing contract says they will use due diligence in finding a buyer. They are NOT working for you! Hire someone who will work for the commission. No reason to pay for something you are not getting. ... more
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Wed May 18, 2016
Kevin Vitali answered:
The only way around it maybe..... is someone can unlock a door but provide no advice or answer questions. I remember they talked about unlicensed people sitting at an open house.... they could but they could not answer any questions or provide any advise. ... more
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Mon Aug 3, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
False. Trulia is NOT a real estate company and it's is not a real estate listing service. It's basically a marketing site that lists properties for sale, for rent, and offers basic info about real estate. It's really just a database of info. There is nobody there sitting and helping people buy or sell homes. If you want to sell your home, you need to contact a local REALTOR. ... more
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Tue Mar 10, 2015
Louis Wolfson answered:
It is difficult to determine based on the information you have given. That said, I assume that the buyer / buyers agent / contractor got permission to enter the property from either the seller / sellers agent.

If not then they could be considered to be trespassing.

Would it be grounds to not perform under your contract, I would ask my legal counsel.

If you decided not to proceed with the contract based on this, you could be tied up in court for a long time, with large legal bills.
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Sun Jul 6, 2014
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
Take any and all feedback to heart that you have gotten from the showings over the 6 month period and make changes accordingly. If there haven't been any showings then it is time to take a look at the price on the home as well as how the home has been marketed. ... more
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Anthony Piemonte answered:
Take look at my profile. If I seem like a good fit for you I would be happy to come up there with a CMA and discuss your goals for your condo. Let me know!
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Annette Lawrence answered:
Sounds like you signed up with the #1 or a top producing team in the area.
This is not an uncommon outcome.
Home owners do not often recognize the choice they make when they choose a top producer over the single operator agent who limits the number of clients they take at any one time. There is a very finite number of people that can be helped based on the avaialble time.
Before you throw anyone under the bus, you really, really need to have a meet up with your agent. It time to have that conversation about your expectations. Your agent will then be able to share with you what is really taking place. Most of the real selling acitivity occurs where you can not see it. What you can see. (open house) is mostly irrelevant in getting your home sold. This is not intended to deminish your concern but to place it in the correct perspective to your goal...GETTING YOUR HOME SOLD!.
You may discover that the real selling action will far exceed your expectation and your agent will be able, based on what you truly can not see, advise how to better exploit your homes features now that data is in place to analyze.
Finally, you should feel perfectly comfortable changing agents after you have had your meet up.
No, there has been not breech of contract. Just a breech of trust.

Best of success to you.
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