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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Vicky Chrisner answered:
Sounds like you're not comfortable with the dual agency issue, and to be honest I am not a fan of it. Tell her you do not agree to it. I know in VA that is an option of anyone - everyone is entitled to their own agent. Tell her you want to have separate agents so you can have the agency representation you're paying for. This is the kind of market where that is understandable. ... more
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Tue Feb 23, 2010
Joan Braunschweiger answered:
Peg, I'm not sure I understand who this question is directed at but I would assume any agent who shows a property that results in a sale would receive a commission.
Am I missing something....? ... more
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Sat Jun 6, 2009
Ann Heitland answered:
I'd call some of the larger offices in New Haven and ask for the broker. Then ask him/her who his top selling agents are. Then look at some of their stuff on line. Then interview them. Good luck! ... more
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Fri Apr 3, 2009
Phil answered:
You need to look into recent sales IN YOUR COMPLEX and units with the same number of beds / baths. That will give you an idea of the value (compare condition from there). Also is it impossible for a dual agent to negotiate the best deal for the buyer and get the best price for the seller. It's likely the agent is recommending they accept a hubbard offer b/c your willing to over-pay for the property. If thats the case, if you could potentially owe much more than the unit is worth from day one (a home you will not be able to sell for a looong time). Shoot me an email and ill send you the comps in your complex. ... more
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Fri Dec 2, 2011
Carl Guild answered:
You should really speak with a Real Estate Attorney. Without knowing all the specifics, it would be hard for anyone to comment because there are so many factors involved.. Hopefully you already have an attorney - I would speak with them! ... more
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