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Home Selling in 60624 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 27, 2014
Laura Rivera answered:
That would be a Short Sale. What "happens" depends on your personal situation.

Feel free to contact me for further details.

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Sun Oct 6, 2013
Philip Sencer answered:
For the price point of a 2/2 in the GC buyers will be willing to do it particularly if the bath is older and needs updating also. I do not see a problem although it would be a bit easier if the owrk was already done for them. ... more
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
YOU may not:
After you List it with a Realtor,
he will be able to POST it on Trulia.

Good luck and may God bless
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Wes Black answered:
This will of course, vary from city to city buy my bet is on slowly increasing prices of homes for next few years. Current inventory of houses is aging, and shrinking as more people come back into the market to buy. ... more
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Wed Aug 8, 2012
Bill J Deligiannis answered:
WHat is the true dollar difference between the regular taxes and the current taxes with the various exemptions. It's a negotiating point. The current seller has these exemptions and if you feel confidant the buyer won't walk, say NO. Taxes prorated based on seller's current situation and not buyer's future situation. ... more
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Thu Sep 11, 2014
BJ Tregoning answered:
The main problem is that your property isn't exposed to the entire pool of buyers. 20-25% I would say is a little high, but that obviously depends on a lot of factors. If you would like some advice specific to your situation please contact me to discuss. ... more
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Thu Sep 12, 2013
BJ Tregoning answered:
Contact her office and ask. Nobody here will be able to tell you that
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Wed Mar 9, 2016
Philip Sencer answered:
It can depend on many factors. What can you afford if you move and is it better than what you have? What would you get for your house with and without a finished basement. etc.
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Sat Jun 21, 2014
Alison Hillman answered:
Hey there!

You can check out all kinds of recommendations recommendations by clicking on the Find a Pro tab on the top right bar of this page.

Good luck,
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Wed Mar 26, 2014
Diana Williams answered:
The best thing to do us to visit the Chicago public school website or call 311 .
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Sat Jul 14, 2012
Philip Sencer answered:
Buyers rarely find condos by driving around looking at signs or reading flyers on a gate. They look on the Internet and/or have a R E agent. Listings are put on perhaps 50+ web sites that display R E listings. Look at all the high rise buildings in the downtown area none of which allow signs. Who cares? They still sell. If you are not getting showings and you have an agent first check to be sure it is on the most common web sites like realtor.com/trulia/zillow/CL and if so then the problem probably is price and/or lack of buyers in that area. ... more
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Sohail Salahuddin answered:
Nicole,

Contact a good attorney asap. Lloyd Brooks, The Brooks Law Firm, is one of the best foreclosure defense attorneys in Chicago. Another very good one is Fernando Carranza, FRC Law.


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Wed Sep 23, 2015
Ron Thomas answered:
Gosh, it really sounds like you are answering your own question:

Do you think?
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
It depends on the size of the home, the style which will influence the kind of furniture, and then staging an empty home is different from restaging a home that has furniture and just placing it differently, removing some, and sometimes just placing furniture on an angle, moving some from one room to another, can make a huge difference, therefore it really depends what the expense would be....

There are also companies that rent furniture by the months, rather expensive though.....

It truly depends on your home, size and what it needs, there are individual small businesses and large businesses if you work with an experienced Realtor they will be able to recommend the right person, and eventually if the staging does not require a lot of new furniture, the agent may be able
to assist in re-arranging, i.e. staging your home to show more space and a more up to date look.

If you need recommendations let us know.


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Mon May 28, 2012
Jennifer Blanchard answered:
helpme! you need an attorney - it's very difficult to negotiate with the banks - it's also hard to get them to waive the deficiency; especially if you don't have someone experienced in your corner. Are you working with a realtor? Maybe he or she can help. Otherwise, please find an attorney, I am sure they aren't all scammers.... ... more
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Wed May 2, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
Geez. Foreclose? That'd make no sense at all.

Search around for portfolio lenders who'd be willing to lend on the property. Then refer potential buyers there. Or market to cash buyers.

Your Realtor should be advising you of these and other options. If not, you may want to consider whether you're being best served currently.
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Thu Feb 11, 2016
Suzanne Hamilton answered:
If the real estate company is holding the earnest in escrow, they need to abide by the rules of the contract. If there are contingencies, then they buyer may be entitled to full refund of escrow. If not, the company has to do what the contract says - return to buyer or seller. If the listing agreement with the seller allows them to keep some of it, then they can abide by that. ... more
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Wed Nov 5, 2014
Mack McCoy answered:
It is said that patience is a virtue, Maggie, but so is moderation.

You have been extremely patient with this agent, and it has not been working for you.

Make a list of what you've told her to do that hasn't yet been done, call her today and tell her that they need to get done, today. End of story.

IF they are not done by tomorrow, then call her and tell her that she is, indeed, fired. You have a contract with the brokerage, however, so after you have fired her, you need to call the manager and ask for another agent to be assigned to you. If they refuse, then ask to be released from the listing and go find another agent.

All the best,
-- mc
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Sun Jan 20, 2013
Alan May answered:
Nobody can tell you what your condo is worth without seeing it. Andersonville, as you know, is a hot area, and each unit changes one to the next. The condition, the ambiance, the location within the building.

Contact a few local agents and have them come give you a Comparative Market Analysis of your property and what it might be worth on today's market.
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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Philip Sencer answered:
You need to have a few agents do a market analysis to give you a value range that your condo might sell for. You did not give enought info for anyone to give you any numbers. Let me know if I can help. ... more
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