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Home Selling in 76016 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Guy Gimenez answered:
Mandie,

it shouldn't be too difficult as most everything can be done by e-signatures and email. If your TX home needs some remodeling or rehab, or it if has problem tenants in it then this will create some issues...but none that can't be solved. ... more
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Wed Mar 22, 2017
Tim Moore answered:
I have polybutel pipes in one of my homes. I had one leak last year but nothing else and it is 21 years old. There is nothing that says they will fail or leak or anything else. It's like having aluminum wiring, it was ok to use and could last forever or go bad tomorrow. The buyers usually have an inspection period which allows them to do inspections and find out things. If this bothers them they can bail out normally. Not much you can do. ... more
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Melanie Daniel answered:
Yes she should. I would ask her if she has disclosed everything regarding her relationship with the buyer.
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Sat Mar 12, 2016
Dawn Potthoff answered:
In addition to Nathan's excellent advice, which is a very inexpensive way to start, it will benefit you to tour some new homes just completed to see what the latest trends are - particularly in similar & higher price ranges. Fresh paint, carpet, flooring and upgrades will also benefit your ability for resale. Hope this helps, Dawn ... more
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Tue Aug 24, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Not knowing all the specifics--consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate and see exactly what options/rights you may have--he/she will be your best source of information/advice as it applies in your specific situation. ... more
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
RJ Avery answered:
As long as it takes and in my opinion shooting trying to figure out how long it will take is an exercise in futility.. Most homes are marketed well, the truth is right now is there are just way more houses for sell than their are people buying houses.

Average DOM for Active Props it 110 with a low of 1 and high of 848
Sold is Average is 74 with a low of 1 and high of 676
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Thu Jan 27, 2011
Jackie Rankin answered:
In the last 3 months the average days on market overall for sold properties has been 57. There have been 135 properties sold with an average square feet of 2037 sf and an average selling price of $151,126. If you would like more specific information regarding the days on market for homes that are comparable in size to your home and age, just send me a quick email at truvaluerealty@gmail.com

Thanks!!

Jackie
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Fri Jul 10, 2009
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
No you are not required to pay any of the buyer's closing costs. That is simply a negotiable item. A common practice that is done is to raise the sales price by the amount they want you to pay and then you can pay it. This way they don't have to come up with the cash upfront and you are not out the money.

The key is to make sure that the home will appraise for the new sales price.

Naima
214-289-8555
Naima@Sumner-Realty.com
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Thu Apr 9, 2009
Cindie Stewart answered:
Yes, it does. Normally the smaller the sqft in an area the more price per foot it will bring the larger the lower the price. Unless, all are about the same this is a general rule to go by. I hope that helps. ... more
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Tue Mar 28, 2017
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
It depends on the size of the yard too. If the pool doesn't take up the entire yard then I think it would hurt you in the long run when it comes to selling. So many people want to have a pool in Texas. Also, depending on the condition of the pool, does it need to be replastered? painted? if it needs too much work, then you are better off filling it up.

I am also assuming that you are talking about an inground gunite right?

Naima
214-289-8555
naima@sumner-realty.com
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Fri Jun 13, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
It all depends on the tax advantage I would recommend for you speak with your CPA and place it all on a piece of paper. I know that I have leased property for less knowing well in advance that the market in an area was going to spike I made the money back plus a ton more. Or I allow a tenant to live on property for less while the improvements take place I still make money

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Sat May 10, 2008
Allison Castilleja answered:
Hi Paul,

When looking into retaining mineral rights you should always consult an attorney who deals with mineral rights. As far as obtaining the addendum try www.realestatepaperwork.com. If I can be of further assistance please don't hesitate to call or email me.

Respectfully,
Allison J. Castilleja
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Wed Apr 27, 2011
Dustin Collett answered:
I have a very good friend who builds duplexes and fourplexes for a living. As a matter of fact he is currently building 10 duplexes in central arlington and is always looking for more. If you would like his contact info send me an email at dcollett@weichert.com... I can give you comps for lot prices as well if you'd like. Whats in it for me is I get comissions from him when he sells the duplexes he build. ... more
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