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Home Selling in 72202 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 21, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
I prefer to be touched by a CARD or LETTER;
but this new generation does not believe in the Personal Touch.
So many kindnesses have been forgotten.
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Fri May 11, 2012
Christine Gerbehy answered:
Hi Monkberry!
No, it's not. It doesn't matter who pays the closing costs, the realtor's commissions are set into place the day the contract for the listing gets signed. The realtor agrees to sell the home for the seller, and the commission is decided by the seller and the realtor, and agreed upon by the seller. But that is the amount that the realtors will receive, no matter who pays the closing costs. Hope that helps!
Chris :0)
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Mon Nov 21, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Rather than focusing on top seller, interview in person a few local agents from different realty companies, then choose the one you like best and who has the most to offer; keep in mind that if a property is not priced on target, and if the marketing doesn't maximize exposure, it really doesn't matter who the agent is. ... more
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Sat Nov 19, 2011
Larry Brinkley answered:
Didn't pull up but 1 expired re River Mountain, but I have added a link to All River View activity last 6 months, Little Rock except expired and withdrawn

http://carmls.paragonrels.com/publink/default.aspx?GUID=56613222-8fcd-4576-aa07-d7f1be4eb14b&Report=Yes ... more
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Tue Feb 15, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
What does your Realtor say? You may have an issue when it comes time for the inspection. You might consider getting the house inspected yourself, and fixing any issues that come up. This way, you can advertise that the house has been "pre-inspected" and you can disclose whatever issues that came up and that you fixed everything. ... more
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Mon Jan 24, 2011
Tony McMahon answered:
Interview several local Real Estate agents, as well as ask trusted friends for referances about agents they have dealt with. Choosing the correct agent is paramount to your success.
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Sat Jan 15, 2011
Amanda Butler answered:
Are you happy with your current house? If so, you might should keep it. If not, you might just need someone to run the comparisons for your area to see what your house might sell for in today's market. I would be happy to create this for you to help you in your decision process!
Amanda Butler
Realtor, Crye-Leike Realtors
5018049942
Amanda.crye-leike.com
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Sun Aug 9, 2009
Wayne answered:
Hi!
We are currently selling our rental home and have had several offers to rent with the option to buy. I would have my agent do a background check and credit report on the couple. So many people houses are in foreclosure and they merely stop paying their house payment to save up for their earnest money . Sometimes they just pretend they are interested in the lease to purchase option. We had to completely remodel our rental home because of the last renter. Proceed with caution ... more
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Wed Jun 24, 2009
Rusty armstrong answered:
My understanding is when a properties comes up on a search list that is a view no matter how many on the list. A detail view is when someone goes to view more detail on a property on Trulia. A click is when they go to your web site to view the property. ... more
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Thu Feb 12, 2009
Rita Fong answered:
Once you set up your account, scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will see "Real Estate Professionals" at the right bottom corner, you will see "Submitt your listing".
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Wed Feb 4, 2009
Steven Blackwood answered:
Rick - I have hard money lenders and investors. We may be able to work someing out for you.
Email me with your phone contact information and I will give you a call to discuss some details.
Steven@StevenBlackwood.com
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Tue Dec 30, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
Yes you can ask for seller consessions, lender needs approve the amount of % . Your mortgage broker can provide you info if there is a cap. Buyers agent completing your contract should submit sales offer based on loan officer recommendation. ... more
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Mon Jun 27, 2011
Melanie Jackson answered:
Are you still in the market to buy and/or sell? I noticed no one was available to answer your question...?
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Tue Dec 30, 2008
David Bolick answered:
Absolutely Not. If your contract states a repair limit of $500, then the buyer can take it or leave it. It makes no difference what kind of loan program there is. The ADDI program allows for up to 20% of funds towards rehab anyway. I'd be curious who is telling you otherwise. Hopefully your listing agent is not telling you that you have to pay more repairs than the amount in your contract. If so...you need to call the Broker of the company and have him tell you why....he won't have an answer for sure. ... more
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Tue Jul 15, 2008
Julie Austin answered:
I have a buyer that has been looking in that area. Can you e-mail me a julieaustin@kw.com to give me more details?
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