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Home Selling in 33606 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 9, 2013
Phil Rotondo answered:
The Seller's listing prominently displayed.
The ability to see how many potential buyers have viewed the listing.
The ability to change the details/pictures on the listing.
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Tue Dec 11, 2012
Susan Cioffi- Riverview Realtor!!! answered:
Usually the lease says you can show the house with reasonable notice. If the lease isn't up anytime soon the might have to wait until its up and notify buyers of when it's up.
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Wed May 21, 2014
Stephen Gold answered:
It really depends on your lender. Give me a call to strategize your out and discuss 8134203394 steve
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Tom Lifrieri answered:
You can try using my website. You can search all properties for sale and rent in that area. Try it out. Go to www.TampaTom.com and select the large search homes box or the search rentals box

Tom Lifrieri
813-997-0288
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Sun Jun 3, 2012
Charles David Clark answered:
You homes value is dependent on a many things. In that area are you on the river, how old is the home and have you upgraded the kitchen and the bathrooms, what is the condition of the roof. To get you the best opinion of value all of the above and many more details come in to the equation. If you would like a free estimate of vale you can call me or email me and we can go over more details. 813 505 3474. Or atdds2000@gmail.com ... more
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Sat Mar 3, 2012
Octavia Cheveresan answered:
I had a buyer and the association toll them in the townhouse they were not allowed to install tiles in the second floor of the apartment the only flooring they were allowed to do was vinil I wonder if it is the same subdivision ... more
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
Tom Scaglione LLC answered:
Hi Aislin6403,

The only NACA I can find here in the Tampa Area is:

https://www.naca.com/nacaWeb/index_main.aspx

Looks like a mortgage company, I have no info about them so go to their web site and check them out. BTW, what are they recruiting you for? A loan or a Job? ... more
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Wed Nov 2, 2011
Alma Kee answered:
Great question!

Ideally a Seller would be prudent to hire their own appraiser and then "shop" for a Realtor based on his/her success and not be skewed by a possibly erroneous opinion of value. I've actually gotten sellers to go ahead and pay for an appraisal to determine their asking price and it has worked very well. It's a great way for a Seller to get a "reality" check. It may almost be worth the expense for a listing agent to pay for the appraisal upfront but also not select the appraiser so there is no suspicion of the agent selecting a certain appraiser to come it at a lower value to allow an easy sale.

All the best,
Alma
www.SoldOnTampa.com
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Fri Aug 11, 2017
Hal McIver answered:
Absolutely yes! You should recoup most of your investment and cut the market time drastically. Buyers are less and less wanting to come in and start spending money. in addition, the home will smell fresher and updated. Be sure to choose a very nuetral biege or tan so that it goes with most any decor. Good Luck! ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
If were a homeowner, and you were behind on your payments; you could ask the Bank to let you sell the house for less than you owe them for it: Thus, the name Short Sale.

It takes a lot longer than a Foreclosure Sale, allows you to live in the house until it is sold, and hurts your Credit Rating less.

As a Buyer, you can pick up some good buys; you just have to be prepared to wait a long, long time for the deal to go thru.

In both cases, the deals are done through Realtors; representing the Bank and representing YOU.

For more information, talk to a Realtor.

Good luck and may God bless
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Wed May 21, 2014
Don Tepper answered:
Look at the listings.

Are they sales from within the past 6 months? And, ideally, 3 months?

Are they within 1/4 mile of the subject property? Or within the same community?

Are the property sizes--number of bedrooms and baths--the same or similar? (If similar, are those values adjusted upward or downward to make them comparable to the given property?)

Are the ages of the properties about the same?

Are there any other factors that would affect the values of the properties? For example, is one close to a major highway, and the other isn't? One has a boat dock and the other doesn't? One is on a 2/3 acre lot and the other is on a 1/5 acre lot?

So, basically, you want to make sure that the comps are as similar as possible to a given property. And if they're not, you want to make sure that the comps have been adjusted to reflect those differences.

Hope that helps.
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Mon Feb 9, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
There are many different factors involved. What is the price of the home? Whose closing costs are you referring to (seller or buyer or both)? A buyer can expect to pay between 2-3% of the purchase price in closing costs. (costs are higher if the buyer is getting mortgage).

As a seller, you will have Realtor's fees (if you use one) which is negotiable and can range anywhere from 4%-6%, title insurance, recording fees, and possibly other fees depending on your area. For example some states require attorneys, while states like CO don't.
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
Travis Bell and Robbie Henderson answered:
What area? 110 days for all of Tampa. Refer to the statistics below made available to the public from our great Realtor Association, GTAR.
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
What is your agent advising...generally such costs are your responsibility until closing, you can try negotiating them and see where it leads...
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Wed May 21, 2014
Mary Diaz answered:
Good Morning,

You will have to check with your CPA or Attorney, but you received the funds, used them and now you have to pay it back if you sell it. That was the intent of the law.
Good Luck,.

Mary
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Thu Dec 9, 2010
Brenda & Ed Damron answered:
Terry,
For an FHA appraiser to pass your well, it must be at least 50 feet from your septic tank and at least 100 feet from the septic tank's drain field. In addition, the well cannot be within 10 feet of your property line. I have a call in to an appraiser, and will let you know what she says.
Brenda
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Fri Dec 3, 2010
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Call SFCM c/o Lisa Cicero, Esquire in Miami, FL this operation is an underground, underworld
gangland style mafia like
Organization.

They may be what you need.
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Sat Dec 7, 2013
Michael Valdes & Associates answered:
If you have a contract, your Realtor/ broker is the only one who can cancel it unless there is exit clause that states you can cancel the listing agreement under certain conditions.
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Sat Nov 27, 2010
Phil Rotondo answered:
Every owner that has their property listed has their own motivation to sell; and this may be an integral part of the equation. There is a "range" on comparable pricing; and a percentage of the seller pool might be interested in listing and selling quickly......thus the aggressively priced properties.
In addition, you partially answered your own question. The owner (in conjunction with the Realtor) was able to create urgency in their listing and was able to obtain an offer higher than if it were listed at the comparable price.
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Mon Nov 15, 2010
Nathan Colmer answered:
I would consult with your attorney, but since it is a short sale, I would suggest holding money in escrow to cover the cost of damages. Remember that you are dealing with not only the seller, but also the bank so both must approve any changes. ... more
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