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Home Selling in 91105 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 1, 2012
Deena Willis answered:
Did the lien holder supply her with a letter that she was free and clear from the all her debt? Not all lenders supply a letter releasing the home owner from everything. I would start there and dble check what the bank agreed to release her from and check with a lawyer. ... more
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Mon Aug 13, 2012
Melissa Krchnak answered:
Jayne Parsons of Keller Williams (626) 204-3300 had that listing.
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Fri Aug 17, 2012
Muriel Levin answered:
Let me know what the address of the properties are and I will tell you what you want to know. My colleague and I work in the area and it's very easy to find out. Please give me call at your convenience.
Isn't it nice to know that one call does it all?

Muriel Levin
Coldwell Banker, Realtor
muriellevin@coldwellbanker.com
(323)363 91 40
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Mon May 3, 2010
Shel-lee Davis answered:
Annie:

Currently, multiple offers are common on any correctly priced home under $740,000 in any neighborhood. The main reason is low interest rates and low down payments. Don't know if your home is in that price range or not. I have even received multiple offers on homes priced over $1.0 million. It all depends on how it is priced and how is it marketed.

As a home seller (which your profile says you are) you need to make sure to price no higher than the mid-range of Fair Market Values. Your home must appear to be a great value to the buying public. That will attract lots of buyers and lots of buyers usually means multiple offers. Once you are in that wonderful position of having more than one buyer wanting your home, you are now in the top negotiating spot and should end up with a great price for your home. Dare to Dream.

Shel-lee Davis, CDPE
Your Real Estate Consultant for Life
RE/MAX Palos Verdes Realty
http://shel-lee.listingbook.com
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Fri Aug 21, 2009
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Mon Aug 13, 2012
Irina Netchaev answered:
Pasadena ended the year with $420 per sq. ft. based on 657 closed sales. On average, it took 96 days to market these homes. December stats for Pasadena show that 69 homes sold at an average of $373 per sq. ft. with the market time of 102 days.

I would take a look at your personal situation and how quickly you need to sell your home. December was a hard month for real estate sales given the holidays. Give it a couple of weeks and see what kind of activity you are getting.

If you are getting a lot of viewings, but not offers, the first place I'd look is at how the home shows to the buyer. If the price was high, you wouldn't be getting many viewings and your home would be ignored.

My recommendation would be to get a staging consultation before reducing the price of the home. Implement the suggestions of the stager and see how quickly your home sells.

Oh... and make sure that your Realtor takes new photos. :-)

Good luck!
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Mon Nov 24, 2008
Jeff and Cheryl Fox answered:
Hi Rick,
You can go toTrulia Stats & Trends and figure out how much the property values have declined in your area or visit sites such as Zillow.com for sales statistics if you want to do it yourself. I haven't done it myself but I understand you can go to the County Assesors Office website and that they will help you as well. Or, you can contact a real estate agent in your area and ask for help. Zillow is pretty good to get recent sales and you will just have to see what compares to your house. If you would like you can email me at mail@jeffandcherylfox.com and I will email some comps for you. ... more
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Thu Jul 24, 2008
Bev and Alex Gingrich answered:
Hi Jackie,

I would say that 11,000 square feet of vacant land in that area would be worth about $500,000. That number could be higher or lower depending on a number of factors (the specific street, how flat the property is, ect.).

If you would like a market analysis of this property or if you would like to contact me, please fee free to visit my website at http://GingrichEstates.com .
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