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Home Selling in 91701 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Matthew Bartlett answered:
Hello hriddington,

The properties in your community have been selling in the $228k to $275k range. What time frame would you like to have your home sold by? Where do you plan to move to? I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you to answer any additional questions you may have and help you get your home sold. You may either contact me through email at mbartlettrealestate1@earthlink.net or
by phone at (626) 221-8252. Thank you for your question and make it a great day!

Warmest Regards,

Matt
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Sat Oct 4, 2014
Kelli Vanevenhoven answered:
without viewing the home, a value assessment is only a range. However, based upond the above, I feel very confident that your goals could be exceeded. We currently have the lowest inventory of homes that I have ever seen in RC! This is a great time to sell and capitilze on that opportunity.

Please feel free to visit our website at www.callkelli.com for more information or feel free to email me directly at Kelli@CallKelli.com

Have a great day!
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Mon Nov 7, 2011
Diane Wheatley answered:
I use Steve's Heating and Air in Upland. He has been around a long while and has done nearly all of my HVAC work over the years. Good work, reliable, professional and you can tell them that I referred you to receive special treatment (I hope). Good luck!

Diane Wheatley, Broker
diane@moveupproperties.com
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Wed Sep 29, 2010
Deluxe Realty answered:
Think like the buyer...

Where will I find a home? ... Calling agents I know, looking online, or perhaps browsing a magazine...

Remember, Trulia goes to CNNMoney.com, as well as washingtonpost.com



Talk to the neighbors... maybe they know someone they want to be a neighbor...

Make sure you use a professional photographer. Use an attorney instead of a title company.

GOOGLE it :)

http://www.google.com/search?q=million+dollar+homes&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=&oe=

What comes up? luxuryrealestate.com, ... be more specific to your area in the search, see what comes up.

Also, if the home is unique, you can put an ad in a local or national luxury magazine.

Remember, “hang around those you want to be like”… OR, find where those that buy homes like the one you are selling hang around, and mingle; don’t necessarily advertise that you sell homes, but that you help buyers find the right one for them.

These are just a few ideas off the top of my brain, think deep, good luck.



I can help with any of your Las Vegas Real Estate needs or questions; feel free to contact me direct.

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Sincerely,

Mark D Fleysher, MBA, Broker, REALTOR
The Jack Conley Realty Group
C. 702-291-8186 F. 702-946-0843
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Mon May 19, 2014
PAM Wehmeyer answered:
Hi, I'm a Fine Homes Specialist in Rancho Cucamonga and also a former residential appraiser. I have the expertise to determine what can and cannot add value to your home currently in this market. Most agents do not have this expertise. I'm ranked in the top 1% Nationwide, and also REO and Short Sale Certified. I've been Prudential Top Agent for Inland Empire for the past 4 years. I've been in the business over 20 years, and most of my business has been high end luxury homes. Please call me at 909-200-5430 or email me at pamreo@gmail.com and I'll be happy to do a complimentary market analysis for you...the RIGHT way. My listings do not stay on the market very long...superior marketing as well. www.PamsProperties.com Look forward to hearing from you! Pam ... more
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Sat May 18, 2013
Glen Mitchell answered:
Check in your phone book under signs and they may be listed. You can even call some of the sign companies in your area who will probably have references. You can also try calling some of the larger real estate companies in your area and they should have names on file. Good luck.

Glen
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Thu Oct 21, 2010
Victor Quiroz answered:
It depends on a few things...

First of all is the second loan with the same company that hold the first loan? Second, is it a HELOC or a regular mortgage?

Your agent should be able to negotiate with the lender to accomodate both loans to close a short sale. Check to see if agent is SFR or CDPE certified to handle short sales. Agents do require extensive training to be able to handle the financial & emotional comlexities families face when attempting a short sale.

I hope it works out for you!
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Mon Jul 6, 2009
Tisza Major-Posner answered:
Hi,

Legally, no you don't have to use an agent but you really should consider it. A good Realtor will bring you more than just a sign in your yard and a listing on the MLS. A good Realtor will also do a virtual tour of your home an professional quality photographs allowing for greater exposure, will have your home marketed on every site they can find to increase the number of folks who will see your home.

But truth be told that is only the least of what you are paying for when you choose to hire a Realtor. You are paying for someone to know and understand the reams of paperwork involved with the administration of a sale. You are also getting someone who will be able to screen potential buyers for your home to see if they are able to demonstrate that they are capable of purchasing your home. They will blanket your transaction with the expertise of the California Association of Realtors and also their local board in order to ensure that should challenges arise they will be handled swiftly and with minimal negative impact.

A Realtor will also help you to get more money for the sale of your home which in most cases will more than offset the cost of the commission they earn. They will also be able to save you time which is really your most valuable resource because you can always get more money but time is truly in short supply (just ask Michael Jackson or Farrah).

I do understand your wish to make the most of your dollars and I agree with you that this is very important. But speaking as a Realtor myself, I have to tell you that when the time comes to sell a home of my own I will happily hire a good Realtor and pay them their commission gladly when they do their job because it is much to hard to be intimately involved with the transaction and still adequately cover all your bases. And I happen to be a good Realtor who really knows her stuff and spends countless hours in additional classes, trying to stay up on all of the changes in the law, changes in the contracts and changes in the rules for financing, but I still wouldn't want to run my own deal. I really would hire a Realtor.

Remember, that if the agent does not perform then they don't earn anything and any and all marketing that they do for you comes at no cost.

Really for all that a good agent provides it is well worth the few cents on the dollar that they cost to use.

However, if you are sure you want to go it alone, but need additional advice, I would be happy to see if there is any way I can help.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by,

Tisza Major-Posner, Realtor DRE#01784679, IVPG Realty (909)837-8922 Tisza(at)HomesByTisza.com
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Diana Margala answered:
Hi Claudia:

Even though my license allows me to sell mobile home it is more of a specialized area of sales. In general mobile homes and condos are usually hit harder in the resale market when the market turns because many time homes are in a more affordable range. When it comes right down to it if it is priced right it will sell. The price needs to be based on the most current closed sales with comparable property in the general facility with similar amenities, condition and age. If you can't afford to sale the property at that price than the likely hood of it selling will be slim.

Good Luck
Diana Margala 909-945-5763
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Sun Jun 15, 2008
Diane Wheatley answered:
Well that's not right. I can help you if you tell me the name of the city. Some cities are not listed in the MLS for search purposes because they may be a "neighborhood" of that city instead.

Diane Wheatley
diane@moveupproperties.com
(909) 981-5589
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Ray Kearns answered:
It depends on why you are selling and what you are going to do with the profit.
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