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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Joseph Runfola answered:
Hello Carol, there were 6 homes for sale on David St. within the past 6 months. Can you be more specific as to the type, style, and or price?
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Wed May 15, 2013
Claudine- Dream Girls answered:
Let's talk. I will be honored to discuss this with you. My direct number is 757-809-2525. Call me at your convenience or email me at info@callclaudine.com
I'm up now.

Regards,
Claudine Ellis, Broker
Keller Williams Realty
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Rich Homer answered:
We would like to help in your pet friendly home search by emailing you active listings with your search parameters. We can work along side you while you continue to use our free self-service website at, NaplesRealEstateGuys.com . Please let us know if we can help, as a Real Estate Broker and Realtor, our search engine is more robust. Hope to get your approval, so let us know. Toll free 855.627.5376 ... more
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Thu Jan 24, 2013
Mitchell Feldman answered:
Dear NYCBrowser:

When a homeowner actually lists with a real estate broker the agents are protected because they know if the property sells within the time frame of the listing agreement they will be paid a commission. This is called an exclusive right to sell. The agent does not have to worry about the perspective buyer and homeowner attempting to make a deal behind the agents back to avoid paying a commission.

If you truly want to sell the property yourself, you should just do it yourself and do not allow real estate agents to show the property. If you are going to allow agents to bring in buyers and are also willing to pay them a fee if they bring you a good buyer or deal, you should just forget about doing the "for sale by owner" thing and just list it with an agent and pay the fee.

There are two reasons why I say this... 1) It is a statistically proven fact that homes listed with a real estate agent get significantly higher sales prices (up to 5-10% more) which justifies the agents fee and 2) if you are going to pay a fee anyway, when you list you get so many more benefits in addition to the agent simply bringing in a buyer. These benefits usually include but are not limited to newspaper and Internet marketing, placement on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS... if you do not know what this is call me please) and the highest level of exposure you can get. Higher exposure equates to higher sales price! People that really know about real estate know this is all true.

Keep in mind that all real estate agents differ in the ways and extent to which they market properties and some are better than others. If you do list just make sure the agent has a specific marketing plan for your property and offers some kind of guarantee of service.

I am a licensed real estate agent in Brooklyn and I would love the opportunity to help you and also I would like to find out more about your property. Please contact me direct and I can offer you more advise that will be helpful. Either way, good luck!

Sincerely,
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales
Madison Estates & Properties, Inc.
Office: (718) 645-1665/ Cell: (917) 805-0783
Email: MitchellSFeldman@aol.com
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Sat Dec 5, 2015
Richard Shapiro answered:
Within reason I would say yes. What are they asking you for? Understand that the value of your property will also depend on upkeep and maintenance which your association fee covers. Every owner should be concerned. ... more
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Mon Dec 7, 2015
Ramona Miley answered:
In some areas you can check with the property management division of a Real Estate company or just check under Property Management for your area on line.
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Jan Absolom answered:
Please contact me and I work with an excellent Lender who can answer all of your questions.

jan_absolom@msn.com
214-668-9498

Jan Absolom
JR Premier Properties, LLC
Dallas, TX
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Jason answered:
Hey there,

I have a map pulled up right now with properties on a canal in St Petersburg. Shoot me an email and let me know if there are any more criteria and I'll get it on over to you (i.e. price range, sf, bedrooms).

Look forward to helping you with your search. Email me at kotskoja@yahoo.com

Thanks!

Jason Kotsko
Cliff Roe Realty
727-490-9498
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Sun Oct 6, 2013
Laquita Baez answered:
Hi Goofer, when I represent my clients, my goals are to take make sure their best interests are taken care of in the transaction, meaning my duties are soley to my client- whether be the buyer or the seller. If you feel you may benefit from buyer representation, feel free to interview me for the job!

Laquita Baez
Licensed Realtor in NJ and GA
Weichert Realtors
973.687.7095
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Tue Jan 22, 2013
Tammy Hayes answered:
Here are some insurance agencies to try:

AAA Insurance
941-627-1544

Allstate Insurance
941-575-1110

Satin
satinjones@allstate.com

CYA
941-429-1599
cyainsnp@gmail.com


Finley Family Insurance
941-485-7650

Rowley Insurance
941-475-7762
ttarman.rowle05@insuremail.net
Mary Dunn Sarasota 941-966-3737
Jim Ingram Sarasota 941-778-2206

Tropical Bay
941-244-2683


Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty
Port Charlote, FL
tammyhayesre@gmail.com
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Sun Jan 20, 2013
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
And what else has the landlord "offered" to do?
Why is the seller willing to do this?

A rent with the option to own arrangement usually favors the seller.

There are a number of pitfalls that a buyer needs to beware of.

If you can't qualify now for a loan, or don't have a down payment, and that's why you would consider this arrangement......make very sure everything will come together for you at the end of the lease, or you could forfeit any upfront /deposit money.

Also - with this arrangement, the price is agreed to now - do you want to guess what the valeu will be a year or so from now?
Also - why hasn't the home sold as yet? Is it overpriced?
Usually sellers who are desperate and can't sell their homes now may turn to this sort of option.
Is the seller financially sound?
If they stop paying the mortgage, you will have no recourse...and they will have your money.

Make very sure you understand everything that caan come into play with this kind of deal.

Absolutely hire a real estate attorney to make sure your rights are protected............in my opinion, rent for now and buy when you are financially able to do so.

Best wishes.......
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
Pamela Weatherford answered:
Hi Donna,
If the seller has already signed a contract with the realtor then he is bound by the contract to use the agent to represent him. That agent will be looking out for the best interest of the seller. You on the other hand will not have someone looking out for your best interest. I have helped many buyers work with FSBO's or FSBO's who decide to hire an agent. Call me 719-661-8672 or email me and let me show you how I can represent you and it not cost you anything.
Pamela Weatherford
Keller Williams Clients Choice
719-661-8672
Soli Deo Gloria
pamela@pamelashomes.com
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Thu Mar 10, 2016
Philip Sencer answered:
In theory the rent can be changed up until a lease is signed. It, like most things, is negotiable. How do you know that is the reason the rent is being raised??
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Terry Bell answered:
Yes, contact some of the great realtors here on Trulia that handle your area. They will give you several referrals to loan brokers, or you can contact some of the loan brokers here directly. The lender should be able to evaluate your situation and let you know how much cash you need to bring into the deal, whether you need to clean up any credit problems and create a "pre-approval letter" for your realtor to be able to know what's the max they can look for you. If you want to go FHA with a low down, you must be prepared to settle for something that will meet the guidelines, and your agent will be best able to find the perfect fit. ... more
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Find a good realtor. The banks will not work with you directly. Foreclosed homes and short sale homes only become available for purchase when they are listed with a realtor, so it is really the only way and you will be happy to have the advice and guidance of an experienced realtor. And it won't cost you a penny, the commission is paid by the bank. ... more
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Sat Jan 26, 2013
Sharon Jones answered:
You should try both: own your own and thru an agent. An agent by possibly find you a good deal, or you could network with the right people and find one. Try Craigslist and newspapers I have seen good deals posted on both resources. ... more
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Heidi Golff answered:
I've got news.....I have clients with a million + and can't find anything for them. The shortage has hit almost every price point. Call me in late February when I expect to see more homes appear on the market. As a matter of fact, let me know what you are looking for now so I can help you get what you want when or before it hits the market. If your expecatons are realistic, we'll succeed! ... more
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Mon May 20, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Jennie Miller PLLC answered:
You can certainly short sale the home. I have handled hundreds of short sales and would be happy to walk through some options with you. Feel free to contact me via my profile and we can discuss this at length. ... more
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Priscilla Borges answered:
HARRY WOODING - Associate Broker
A licensed Agent since 1992 and a licensed Broker since 2007, Harry brings 20 years of real estate expertise to his clients. Prior to forming the Wooding Real Estate Group, Harry was a Broker/Manager overseeing 16 agents and staff. Harry has a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Business Administration from Thiel College. He has continued to seek educational opportunities to enhance his real estate career and is a Delaware Real Estate Commission certified instructor.

Additionally, Harry is a Certified Residential Specialist, a Certified Residential Broker, an Accredited Buyer Representative, and a member of the Graduate Realtor Institute. He is also a Certified Distressed Property Expert and Short Sale/Foreclosure Resource-certified. Each certification Harry has received required experience and classroom work to help our clients. Established in 2012, Wooding Real Estate Group serves the entire state of Delaware. From the hustle and bustle of New Castle County to the sandy beaches of Sussex County, our team manager and three licensed Realtors are here to put our clients' interest first.

Whether you're buying or selling a home, you want someone you can trust to put our clients' interest first.

Contact Me:
RE/MAX of Wilmington
Assoc. Broker, ABR, CRB, CRS, CDPE, GRI, SFR,
harrywooding.com
302-542-1839 Direct
302-234-2500 Office
302-234-5454 Fax
remax.hcw@comcast.net
"Today is a great day to invest in Real Estate"
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