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Tue May 8, 2012
Rick White answered:
What property are you inquiring about.?/ Depends on where they are on the process.

Feel free to give me a call with more details,

Rick White
Sereno Group
408-858-3821
rick@serenogroup.com
www.rickwhitesells.com
www.viewlosgatoshomes.com
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Tue Mar 21, 2017
Jena Dentone answered:
Yes there are! Call me ASAP!

Jena Dentone
RE/MAX Four Corners
972-467-8444
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Fri Mar 15, 2013
Yuri Katz answered:
I'd say the 3 easiest and most efficient ways would be to:

1. get rid of the clutter both inside the home and out to show more space. In case you have old boxes full of things, files, clothing, etc., it's a good idea to think of a garage sale, removing stored items to other locations, etc. (Once you sell the property you'd have to take care of that anyway);

2. bring in more natural light in every possible way. Pay attention to window curtains, drapes, cleaning skylights, replacing light bulbs in light fixtures, etc.;

3. emphasize the views by trimming trees, vegetation, removing clutter in front of the windows and balconies.

If the place is vacant it might need some staging as not everyone has creative imagination to see beyond presented reality.
I have some great designers and stagers ready to assist.
Just email or call me for the contacts and more info.
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Sherry Renfroe answered:
Hi Raj-

I think now is the right time! I have several investor clients that are currently doing the same thing. Between commercial and residential and the anticipated up turn in the North Dallas area, now is the perfect time to invest in real estate.

My residential investor has already taken his 401k and invested in several properties, focusing in the Frisco area, since that is where the fastest growth is estimated.

If you are interested, email me or text me and I will go over some of the research data I have show you where the analysts anticipate the growth will occur in the North Dallas area. I would love to work with you and assist you in your real estate investment purchases.

Best regards,

Sherry Renfroe
Ebby Halliday Realtors
(214) 215-4145
sherryrenfroe@ebby.com
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Jenny Durling Team answered:
All commissions are negotiable. The way to deterimine what an agent expects to be paid is to simply ask. Many agents will accept a lower commission on a higher priced property than they might on a lower priced property. Their job will be to sell your home for as much as possible as quickly as possible, regardless of what they will get paid to do so. I would be happy to discuss the particulars of you situation with you.

Jenny Durling
Broker Associate
213-215-4758
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Commissions are always negotiable between you and your agent, there are no set standards; therefore choose the agent you like best and who has the most to offer; choose your agent with care and not by commission alone.... ... more
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Allison Fishwick answered:
The sellers are the ones that pay the commission and it is usually split 50/50 between the sellers agent and the buyers agent, The amount is determined by the listing agent. So in your case if it is 6% it would be 3% to the agent that brings the buyer and 3% to your agent. ... more
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Thu Feb 23, 2012
Clark Riel answered:
The commission is totally negotiable and no one can say otherwise.
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Sun Nov 17, 2013
Michael Emery answered:
You pick an agent based on how well you work with the agent and how much you trust that agent. The alphabet soup attached to their names is just a plus. It usually denotes additional training or affiliation with a group of other agents, but it shouldn't be the only deciding factor when selecting an agent. ... more
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Wed Jan 11, 2012
Joe Cusumano answered:
Based on the facts that you posted I assume it is a short sale that your buying. If you signed a short sale addendum along with the car purchase agreement you might have a hard time with that. The ssa states that it is contigent the the short sale lenders approving it. The seller and the listing agent have no control of that. But if we are talking only $500 it might be smart for the agents to absorb the cost and get the deal done. On the other hand you can sue for any reason but not sure that it will make your situation better. Hope this helps! ... more
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Fri Apr 27, 2012
Betty Kerr, CRS,GRI,SRES answered:
If you have defaulted on your mortgage loan and can no longer afford to make your payments, you could still owe money if your house goes into foreclosure. Most homeowners believe once the lender has foreclosed on the property, it absolves them of any further financial obligation. Often, this is not the case, with the homeowner still being pursued by the lender for the deficiency amount, which can total several thousands of dollars

Check with a Real Estate attorney or your CPA.
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Sat Jul 9, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
I would think that the standard 5-7% would be the norm, but you can negotiate! never hurts to try, but if you find a good Realtor, don't lose them over a commission squabble!
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Mon May 30, 2016
Dave Griswold/ Lisa Payne-Griswold answered:
It take approximately 18 months to foreclose unless you leave the home.
most time wells fargo will call you harass you into leaving, Don't

Contact a Lawyer
Check your paperwork more often than not Wells has started foreclosures improperly.

All the best
Dave & Lisa
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Tue May 31, 2011
Cynthia Bell answered:
There is no standard commission. Commercial or Residential. Its all negotiated.
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Thu Apr 14, 2011
Eli Givoni-Short Sale Dept LLC answered:
You can still do a short sale and keep foreclosure off your credit. We can try to negotiate with your lender to let you off the hook for the deficiency. We have been successful with this. If you're not satisfied with the terms, at the end of the day, you don't have to close. You can always let the property go to foreclosure later, but you should, at least, exhaust all your better options.

We are a professional short sale service and would be happy to explain the process to you. Please call us directly to discuss your specific situation. Our services are FREE to homeowners. We look forward to hearing from you.

Eli Givoni, Director
Short Sale Department, LLC
561-361-1909
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www.shortsaledepartment.com
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Mon Jun 29, 2015
Bill Eckler answered:
The fee for professional services is negotiable but the going rates are in a range of between 5 & 7 percent of the sale price.
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Wed Apr 6, 2011
Richard "RJ" Kas answered:
You said for a mortgage broker... if you are selling a home, you wont be charged from a lender.... however,
For a FULL SERVICE real estate broker, the rate is 5-6%.... Be sure to find out how much marketing and advertising the broker is going to do for you and how they plan on showing your property... I would be happy to meet with you and discuss this with you... I am an international award winning real estate professional and highly experienced listing agent. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Richard "RJ" Kas (SFR, SRES)
"Representing the finest properties from Los Angeles worldwide"
KAS Properties - Coldwell Banker Previews International - Beverly Hills East
9388 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
310.859-5334 office - 310.488.9826 mobile - 310-273-0670 fax ATT: RJ
RichardKas@gmail.com - www.RJforLA.com - DRE: 01352771
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Mon Apr 4, 2016
Phil Rotondo answered:
You are only paying your agent's broker to list and market your property. The broker of the listing agent is offering a part of the commission earned to any agent who brings a buyer to the transaction. ... more
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Sun Mar 6, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Commissions are always negotiable, there are no set standards as it would go against Federal Laws...
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Sat Aug 6, 2011
Linda S. Cefalu answered:
Yes, Bernadette,

It would be in your best interest to have an agent who represent you as the buyer.
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