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Home Selling in 46268 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 13, 2012
Patty Bender answered:
Hi Erin! Your home sounds lovely! Is your home being sold by a REALTOR and is on the MLS system here in the Indy area? Let us know how we can find you and help you in selling your home. ... more
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Terry Bell answered:
Appraisal price is not the same thing obviously as the selling price! Selling price is the market price and what people are willing to pay. If you had it appraised to get refinanced and don't have much equity, then that might be a problem. If you have enough of a cushion to negotiate, then you should be okay. ... more
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Phil Rotondo answered:
If no one is looking, it's still the price.
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Fri Jun 15, 2012
Ken Fisher answered:
I personally have listed and sold properties in Pike Township for 39 years. I currently have 2 listings active in Pike with another coming available in 2 weeks. I offer reduced fees through my company and have an extensive marketing program that results in quick sales of properly conditioned and properly priced properties. I also offer buyer rebates after the sale when an owner buys another through me or my company. Visit http://www.kenfisherrealtors.com. ... more
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Tue May 29, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Why does it sound like you are trying to do this without an Agent?
I don't think you would be asking this question;
You would know about the parts of your Contract dealing with "per diem", and Arbitration/Mediation, and "Notice to Perform".

As Dr. Phil would say; "How's it working for you?"
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Sat Mar 3, 2012
Pam Ozbun answered:
Having your home "show ready" will always increase the value when selling. Make it look as much like a model home as possible. That means it is spotlessly clean, with no needed repairs and is staged well. Next you might consider any updates that are needed in the kitchen and bathrooms. ... more
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Thu Apr 26, 2012
Michael Weaver answered:
I am truly sorry for your situation. I am sure that there is an agent on here that will be able to help you out. There is a guy named Tom Michalic, he may have a solution for you. He may jump on here to help you out. You can look him up his company is 360 Realty. Best of luck!! ... more
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Sun Feb 26, 2012
Michael Weaver answered:
If you have an attorney I would call him. If you do not I would recommend Scott Treadway, go to ESTLAWLLC.com.

He is a great real estate attorney.
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Fri Jul 5, 2013
Alex Pereira and Secure Realty answered:
any time you have seepage into a basement you want to control it. its not a matter of better return, its a matter of marketability. Very few buyers will buy a home with water issues in a basement. There certainly are homes with water issues but trying to sell one is next to impossible for a good price. ... more
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Thu Jul 11, 2013
Jamesha Norwood answered:
Contact me, Jamesha Norwood. My email address is jameshanorwood@hotmail.com and cell is 317-507-2611. I'm with RE/MAX Centerstone. I could be of assistance. I actually some duplexes and a single family home, they all need to be rehabbed and in your price range. ... more
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Sat Apr 21, 2012
Justin Yee answered:
This property is a 3/1 and want to make it a 3/2 or even 4/2 by adding the bedroom and closet to a finished basement with a half or full bathroom to appeal to the general demographic of buyers out there which are mainly FHA buyers and or First Time Home Buyers. I have a tri-level home and it has a walkthrough lower level basement that has a separate entrance to the backyard and a window. I think this would be the best place to add the half or full bathroom and bedroom with closet to the house. I think I can have the work done for around 8K and based off some basic research comps are selling for an increase of 10K. It's safe to say that I would be able to cover my renovation costs with a higher resale price. It's located in the 46226 Devington, Lawrence Township Area. ... more
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Fri Oct 4, 2013
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Wed Jun 30, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
My uncle got a ged and later became a real estate agent.
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Lesley Denney answered:
Good morning Mib,

What does it say in your listing agreement that you signed at the start of the listing?
The answer is probably yes. I am sure that your agent has been working hard to find a buyer for you, if you find a buyer yourself that is fantastic, however it does not detract from the effort your Real Estate agent has been making to assist you to sell your home.
First and foremost check your Agreement.

Good Luck!
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Bill Eckler answered:
This is an issue best referred to an attorney for their input.
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Fri Sep 11, 2009
Mariam Rahmani answered:
Please contact me directly with additional details so that I can further assist you. mariam@mrahmani.com

Thank you!
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Wed Jul 15, 2009
Sandra Richard answered:
I previously lived in this area and it is safe in my personal opinion. I enjoyed being close to shopping, dining and my children's school. If you are working with a REALTOR s/he can assist you in researching various neighborhood data. I always tell my buyers to drive through a neighborhood they are considering at different times of the day / week to get a feel for the area and also to do a little research on their own. Good luck and congratulations on buying! ... more
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Mariam Rahmani answered:
You need to have an honest discussion with your Realtor, and most likely they will be sympathetic. They will need to prepare a "Mutual Release" for all parties to sign.
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Wed Aug 10, 2011
Jody Jones answered:
I provide all of my clients with a marketing plan prior to listing.If you have one, its time to review that with your agent, and find out what their plans are going forward. If you don't have a marketing plan, then I suggest a conversation with them on what they intend to do to increase activity. If they are not responsive, then you may decide to move your listing after you have severed your relationship with the current agency. If you do, interview at least 3 new agents, ask them for an analysis of current market trends, inventories and prices. I know here in the northern part of the state, our inventory levels are still building (not enough buyers) and the prices, have dropped about 20% from 2 years ago. As always, if a home is priced right, it will sell! I would suggest a price drop and keep dropping it every couple of weeks til you start seeing some activity. Even though you may not want to take less...you have to factor in what it is costing you each month in carrying costs. Better to take less and move it quicker.

Good luck in your decisions, I know its not easy!
Jody Jones
Century 21 Landmark Realty
Elkhart, IN
www.calllandmark.com/jjones
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