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Fri Nov 2, 2012
Dan Tabit answered:
Thomaski,
Difficult to say, but I will suggest 4 areas to consider. First, are you well marketed? What I mean is does your home appear on multiple websites with great color pictures of a properly staged clean and clutter free home?
Next, do you have limitations or restrictions on showings? Things like 24 hour notice required, seller or agent must be present for all showings, limited hours of availability or pets present.
Does your home look inviting from the street or is your grass overgrown, have debris on the roof and cars on the lawn? I've driven up to a home to show and had buyers say, "Keep on going" due to the condition.
Finally, you have to price your home in relation to the homes in your area. If for any reason people are willing to pay more to be in a town with a prison versus your town, you have to price accordingly. Ask your agent for an up to date CMA and has them to include your active competition. If possible, go tour your competition to see what your potential buyers are looking at.
Best of luck.
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
Jgold asked:
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH PREMIERE SUBDIVISION ALMOST 1 ACRE FENCED AREA FOR DOG OR CHILDREN EXCELLENT LOCATION NEAR GOLF COURSE AND THE TOWN OF MURPHY. MUST SELL ASAP. EMAIL wa9fny@aol.com
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Fri Jun 29, 2012
marty hartsell answered:
Private investors are out there, but they will be inclined to purchase your home 15 to 20% below the wholesale price inorder for them to re-sell for a profit. I have worked several mountain developments recently and the Murphy area is selling. Go luck. ... more
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Mon Jun 25, 2012
Steve Albin answered:
These might be the ones. Let me know.... Link below
Tina
865-748-6216
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Sat Aug 11, 2012
Jamie Smith answered:
Are you looking for a rental or purchase?
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
David Gibson answered:
In order to place a back up bid, you simply need to meet with an agent and discuss the details of what you would like the back up bid to be and have the agent write up the offer for you, along with the other required paperwork, which the agent could provide. At this point, there is no way to tell what the contract price is unless the listing agent would disclose it, which most likley would not happen due to his confidentiality agreement with his client. Just contact me if you would like and I can give you more details. Also, as I mentioned in my other response, I have located some similar homes in the Carter/Straw Plains area if you would be interested in those. Thanks!

David Gibson
865-566-1216
david.gibson@crye-leike.com
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Sherry Wheeler answered:
It is under contract but has not closed. You can write a backup offer on homes pending closing. If you'd like more information on this please contact me. Thank you.
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Iris Broyles asked:
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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Reba Snyder answered:
Hi Iris,
You can give me a call and I will do my best to assist you and answer your question. I can be reached on my cell at 865-300-1048. Thanks! Reba Snyder
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Stan Pippin answered:
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Bob Evridge answered:
How long has what been on market?
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Meryl Keegan answered:
http://www.fsbo.com/Buyers/ListingDetail.aspx?id=155457&cntry=US&s=TN&cty=Knoxville
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Roland Vinyard answered:
Has the seller signed? If so, in most cases, the answer would be "no". He could take a backup offer, one that catapults to first place only if you cannot close, but that is not terribly likely either. Your agent or an attorney who can read your Purchase Contract would be able to tell you correctly. ... more
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Wed May 30, 2012
James Pierce answered:
Sonia, I would call Good Will. They will come to the property and pick it up.
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Christine,
Trulia does not accept for-sale-by-owner listings so that is why you are experiencing trouble posting your home for sale here on the site.

You need to work with a real estate agent or with a flat-fee real estate site in order for your home to be posted for sale on Trulia but you may wish to blog about it here.

Good luck selling!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Sat May 12, 2012
Bob Evridge answered:
It would help to know price range, location, and what you would consider "small acreage."
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Thu Apr 26, 2012
Bob Evridge answered:
Hi Retiring,

"Okay" is a relative term. What is okay for one person may not be acceptable to the other (just ask my wife about my housekeeping skills).

Gibbs is still more rural than Halls and Powell. In my opinion, because it doesn't yet have the infrastructure (roads, sewers, shopping, etc.) A second reason is that land that has been in families for many generations has not yet generated enough profit potential that developers are not there yet. And, finally, many land holders just plain ole don't want to sell.

If you should choose to live in the Gibbs area, it may be a little farther down the road to shopping but you can go from one side the county to the other in less than 25 minutes.

What I would suggest would be that you clearly define what would be "okay" for you as far as a place to live. Think about what you like to do, what you would like to do, and how you actually or want to live. Then find an agent that you feel comfortable with..(if you are retiring you have probably been to a few Rodeos and can size up a cowboy pretty quickly) then partner with that person to look for what suits you best. If rural floats your boat there are areas all round Knoxville that either are, or have the feel of, rural yet are reasonably close to desired amenities.

Hope this helps.
Bob
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Sherry Wheeler answered:
First of all the ABR designation which is the benchmark of excellent buyer representation. I am working on mine now and it is a great course for buyer representation. The buyer's representative is the agent of the buyer and owes fidelity in all transactiion matters to the buyer. Buyer representation is a form of agency where the agent puts the best interests of the client above the interest of all parties, including the agent's. ... more
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