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Home Selling in 19131 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 15, 2010
Peter Lavelle answered:
Good Afternoon Rosie,

If I had a little more information I would be able to give you a more pin point comparable price.
When you click the attached link there is a form with more specific questions.

Peter Lavelle, GRI
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Wed Jul 14, 2010
Brian Yoak answered:
Hi Rosie,
Without seeing the property and knowing the condition etc. it is hard to say what the comps would be. If you like you can contact me so we can set up a time when we can get together at the property. I would be more than happy to give you a free cma at that time.

Thanks,
Century 21 Advantage Gold
Brian M. Yoak
cell:267-303-7380
office:215-887-4653 x1318
brian.yoak@c21ag.com
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Sun Jul 11, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Your agent and or attorney can best advise--not knowing the condition of the property not an easy question to answer. Be mindful that if financing is involved, the lender may require certain things be done--again your agent and or attorney can best advise. ... more
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Wed Jul 7, 2010
Janise Williams answered:
day after

Janise Williams
Common Ground Realtors
3937 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-222-2300 x251
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Sat Jun 5, 2010
Brian Yoak answered:
Yes if you plan on covering the difference yourself and not go the shortsale route. Whch if you are looking to buy another property is not the way to go.
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Wed Mar 20, 2013
Amanda Saunders answered:
Hi Roanoke,

I am at Pastorious every morning! The values in Chestnut Hill are down looking back as far as 2 years ago.. If you would like to set some time up, I can provide a detailed market analysis of your home. (I live in the area)

Amanda

Prudential Fox and Roach
Direct: 215-514-9597
amanda.saunders@prufoxroach.com

www.saundersrealestatenow.com
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Mon May 10, 2010
Renee Porsia answered:
Hello Jenn,

When a bank agrees to do a short sale, the bank who holds the mortgage will receive all proceeds and probably won't want to pay off any secondary lien holder but more often than not if the Realtor knows what they are doing, they can get the bank to agree to give the other lien holder something, even if it's just a thousand dollars. The other lien holder can choose to take what they are offered or risk getting nothing.

There is also something called a deficiency judgment. What that means is that after the short sale there is not enough to pay off the bank, the bank will ask the home owner to sign something stating that the home owner will be responsible to pay back the remaining balance over a period of time.

Are you involved in a short sale now or feel that you might want to go one?

Renee Porsia
Associate Broker
RE/MAX ACTION
(215) 669-0589 Direct
(215) 358-1100 Office Ask for Renee
http://www.reneeporsia.com
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Tue Apr 6, 2010
50seller asked:
Can somebody let me know what are actual $$ changes per person for Patriot Act and Domestic Relations investigations?
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Thu Apr 8, 2010
Timothy Garrity answered:
Hi, Benign15.

You could always have a RE agent assist you as a Transaction Licensee. It would most likely be cheaper than a lawyer and you wouldn't have to pay the full commission.

If you need any assistance at all, give me a shout at tgarrity@brownmckinney.com.

All the best.
Tim
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Wed Mar 17, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
That would be a question for a real estate attorney in your area. Your choices without him wanting to buy it, are subject to your state law but could be selling your share and teh rights that go with it to someone who may want it, i dont know how many buyers would not want a controlling interest or you could seek legal advice on forcing your brother to sell the property and splitting the net p[roceeds by each ones percentages. ... more
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Mon Apr 5, 2010
Lance King answered:
You should be contacting the listing agent as the prices listed on trulia are generally added manually.
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Sat Mar 13, 2010
Andrew Himes answered:
FHA will NOT allow any secondary financing. Unfortunately with FHA appraisals you are stuck with them for 6 months. You will not be able to sell the property to a buyer using an FHA loan for any more than 132,000 for 6 months. You can however sell to a conventional buyer and they can have a new appraisal done on the property. I have had this happen to my sellers numerous time over the last 12-18 months. The appraisal process has gone from one end of the spectrum (3-5 years ago appraisers were just giving whatever value buyers were willing to pay) to the other end where we are currently at (lenders checking and triple checking to verify the appraisers work). It is a tough situation but if both buyers you have lined up are FHA buyers you are in a tough spot right now, usless they are able to come up with the additional down payment to use a conventional mortgage product.


Andrew Himes, CRS, ABR, e-PRO
Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors
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Sun Feb 21, 2010
Carl Kabat answered:
Yes, this information is available. Feel free to contact me via Trulia or at ckabat@cbpref.com or at 267-238-1054.

Carl Kabat, Realtor®, NAR GREEN, GCREP-GL (Green Certified Real Estate Professional)
Million Dollar Seller, 2009
The Dan Tobey Team
Coldwell Banker Preferred

A different kind of real estate company.®

601 Walnut St., Suite L-44
Philadelphia, PA 19106

www.carlkabat.com
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Mon Feb 1, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you are going to try for a short sale--no you cannot sell to your wife--it has to be an arm's lenght deal--if you are planning to do a regular sale, yes.
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Thu Jan 28, 2010
Maura Mcdonnell answered:
Is she currently on the house? Is this due to a divorce? There are easy ways to configure this type of transaction. Call me or e-mail and we can go through the specifics. 610-291-1460 or MMcDonnell@PhillyAdvisors.com.

Maura McDonnell
Mortgage Advisor
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Sun Jul 11, 2010
Dawn Fussell answered:
Hello Laurengroves.

I would like to recommend myself! I can give you numbers of past and present clients that I have worked with. Please contact me either email or phone. I would like to assist you.

Dawn Fussell
215-356-3926
dawn.fussell@realestate.com
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Sun Jan 17, 2010
Barbara Ascolese answered:
Hi MCC,
I'm sure this is extremely frustrating to you. There is no good excuse for your agent neglecting to respond to your request. I would call the broker of record for his office and request an unconditional release if you believe the agent has not done his job. If the broker will agree to an unconditional release, then you will not be responsible for a sale that occurs after that, unless it is to a buyer who was introduced to your property prior to the release. If an entirely new buyer turns up after the unconditional release, then no commission is due the agent. The sixty days you refer to is, I believe, the period of time that he is protected in case of a buyer turning up for whom he was the procuring cause. If you cannot obtain an unconditional release you are obligated to the agent and brokerage for commission in the event of a sale on your property that goes to closing.. If you are completely dissatisfied with the representation you are receiving you may insist that your house no longer be shown and just wait until the listing expires. You may then choose to represent yourselves. However, having said that, I think it would be better to go into the office, sit down with the agent and his broker and try to resolve any issues so that you may receive better service. NAR statistics show that sellers represented by realtors net more money. You also have the opportunity at the end of the current listing term to interview other agents. Although you are attorneys, it is still the wiser choice, in my opinion, to be represented by a real estate professional. ... more
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Mon Jan 11, 2010
Matt Laricy answered:
This sounds awesome. Any chance you will try Chicago sometime? I know of some sellers that would love to be in this!

Matt Laricy
Americorp Real Estate
Brokers Associate, e-PRO
mlamericorp@aol.com
708-250-2696
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Sat Jan 9, 2010
Lorri Paster answered:
Hi Rosemary. You can email me directly at lpaster@weichert.com. Please tell me the address of the sale you are interested in knowing about and I will email the info directly to you.

Thanks!

Lorri Paster
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