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Market Conditions in 46142 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed May 28, 2008
Jake Stiles answered:
There are plenty of nice rentals available in the Greenwood area! (and many more coming soon) If you are interested in finding them I would try looking online on sites such as indystar.com, rentals.com, craigslist.com, and other rental websites.

As I stated on an earlier post, unless you are looking for a short term relocation you should speak with a mortgage professional to determine your buying potential. Many people don't realize they can still buy with the market in it's current condition.

Good luck, and let us know if you need any help!
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Sun Mar 30, 2008
Bob Smith answered:
sorry i forgot to say that this is in Greenwood or Plainfield Indiana
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Wed Apr 9, 2008
George Antonopoulos answered:
Hi Laurie,

If you’re looking to sell your home you need to get yourself the best and most accurate answer. It’s true that the very best way to do so is by contacting a Realtor. If the issue is that you want to sell on your own you should consider that statistically speaking, For Sale by Owner homes generally sell for less and remain on the market longer than those represented by a licensed agent. In the long run, you may end up losing money. Just food for thought.

A good agent will contact their network of other agents and buyers to quickly get the word out about the property. The home would also get listed in at least one multiple listing service. This will give other agents the opportunity to find your home when they are looking for something similar in your area.

If they do the listing justice, they would likely advertise it on some of the better known websites like Trulia, Realtor.com, Yahoo real estate, etc.

There should be no charge for getting you specific information on sales in your area and there is no obligation for you to list with anyone who prepares a competitive market analysis. This will give you an accurate answer.

Should you have a discussion with a Realtor and they don’t gladly offer you that service, keep looking.

If you need any help getting your answers, please let me know. I can find someone that will be happy to assist you.

All the best,

George Antonopoulos
Realtor
Shoreline Property Specialist
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Madison, CT
800-759-6936 Office
george@shorelineRE.com
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