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Home Selling in 29601 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Read the thousands of identical posts here. You can't do it. The listing has to come through an agent and be picked up from the local MLS.
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Beth Wietrzykowski answered:
Unfortunately, no. Your agent doesn't know who the potential buyers are anyway. I would remind your agent to request feedback.

Something to note--not all agents provide feedback. I have had to call buyer's agents for feedback and have not received a response.

Good luck.
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Wed Oct 17, 2012
Mack McCoy answered:
It's not 15%, it's 50%, but I agree with them totally.

Here's the thing. When you have a 15% rental cap, you're guaranteed having five homeowners as residents for every renter. At 20%, it's four-to-one; at 25%, it's three-to-one, at 33%, it's two-to-one.

Resident owners act as the property managers for absentee owners and their tenants. It's a good deal for the absentee landlord, and it places added burden on the resident HOA members.
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Sun Apr 8, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
In a normal situ, you will need to clean, repair and paint at least.
The house will sell quicker and sell for more it you do not have Tenants.
You cannot expect the tenants to cooperate fully, much less have the place clean and presentable too.
The is also the WOW factor; meaning that you only get a short time, after you LIST, to knock their socks off.
Have your Realtor do a good CMA and then price 10-15% lower to get multiple offers.
That will be good timing for the Back-to-school crowd too.
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Wed Jan 26, 2011
Linda S. Cefalu answered:
If I understand you correctly.......1. You own a home? 2. You are behind on payments? You want to sell?
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Tue Nov 30, 2010
Mary Jo Ochylski answered:
It depends on where you live, your financial goals and your timing needs.

This is about the best time to purchase a home ever! Interest rates are exceptionally low, selection is high and the condition of homes is usually excellent to compete with the other homes on the market. ... more
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Wed Jan 26, 2011
Sheila Reeves answered:
Have the seller call Greenville County Tax office, or report it through their web site, they will correct the county map for you. That happened to me after they put them on line and it was very easy to get it fixed. I think I called them; they might accept your phone call for your seller also.
Hope this helps,

Sheila Reeves
Broker, ABR, GRI
WOW Upstate Realty
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Wed Nov 10, 2010
Flavia Westerwelle answered:

According to the Greenville MLS the average DOM / days on market for February 2008 was 102


Flavia & Klaus Westerwelle
ShellTree Realty
4 Boland Court
Greenville, SC 29615
Office: 864.284.9511
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