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De Pere : Real Estate Advice

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Wed May 22, 2013
Gordon Parker answered:

You really have the answer to your question if you're having problems with your tenants. Go through the proper legal channels and have the sheriff remove your tenants from your property. But you have to do the proper procedures and paperwork to make that happen.


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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Emily asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Wed Dec 5, 2012
Matt Heitmann Team answered:
Good Question. That will of course depend on the home. If you provide some additional details, I'm sure a local agent could give you a general idea.

Type - Ranch, Bi-Level, etc.
# of Bedrooms
# of Baths
Lot Size

To name a few.

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Rock Realty Wisconsin

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Fri Feb 22, 2013
Craig Amundson answered:
The average selling price is 96% of list and in some areas of the market it is at 97%.
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Most Mortage Comanies, Mortgage Brokers, Mortgage Bankers, Banks and Finance Companies work Globally; that is, they can make a loan almost any where, from anywhere.
They can check CREDIT and REFERENCES anywhere.
If you would like to know what you can afford, and how much it will cost you, before you move, you should start the process now.
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Mon Jul 23, 2012
Michael Huffman answered:
If you provide and address, someone can assist you.
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Connie Ballard answered:
Don't know if you're still looking, but search 2202 Samantha St. De Pere or call me at 920-450-4709. Thanks,
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Thu Jul 26, 2012
Christopher Lefebvre answered:
If your friend currently has the home listed with an agent, your buyer's agent would most likely be getting a commission split of the listing agent's commission. So if you cut him/her out of the deal all you are doing is putting 100% of the commission into the listing agent's pocket rather than splitting the commission between the two agents. One other thing to consider is whether or not you have a signed contract with your buyer's agent. Buyer's agents work hard for their clients. How would you feel if you were in his/her shoes? ... more
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Sun Apr 11, 2010
Joan Braunschweiger answered:
So, by fair market value do you mean what recent comparables have actually sold for?
How long has the house been on the market?
What is the shape of the home? Does it require any major repair, or just cometic or is it move-in ready?
Do you know how many people will be splitting the proceeds of the sale? Is there any debt, liens that need to be paid off? Financial obligations may affect the ability to negotiate.

As you can see, there are a lot of things to consider, but what it comes down to is what is it worth to you? Get as many facts together as you can and make an educated decision. Just make sure you do it with your eyes wide open.
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Sat Oct 31, 2009
Debra Jerrold-Jones answered:
Appraisals are really difficult at present because of the ruling that the lender submits to an appraisal group, cannot pick their regular people. So, if you get someone not familiar with your area or who is extremely cautious, the value for your property could be well under its true worth. Rarely do appraisals come in high, that is not our market right now. ... more
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Tue Jun 30, 2009
Amy Rockwell answered:
The only price that matters is what a ready, willing and able buyer will spend. A professional market analysis is needed on your home to help you determine a list price to draw out the ready, willing and able buyers. A market analysis primarily looks at comparable homes not only on your street but within a reasonable proximity. A sampling of current homes for sale and those that have recently sold that are similar to yours primarily in style, age and square footage. It's not an exact science which is why a market analysis should be done by an agent with experience in selling homes in your area and knows the market. Because pricing is subjective, sellers should never become "married" to their list price. It's a number used to help draw out potential qualified buyers. Again, the only price that matters is what a ready, willing and able buyer will spend for your home. ... more
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Tue Aug 28, 2012
Kenneth Stahl answered:
I've been told that anything between 20-25% off of asking price is not unreasonable. The seller might feel insulted by that, but if they have an experienced agent they've already been prepped to receive such authors. In fact, the asking price may actually be 20-25% higher then the actual value. I think right now, many sellers are very anxious to sell the homes, so a low-ball offer is at least a good starting point. The other side of it is that if they don't come back with a reasonable counter offer, be prepared to just thank the seller for their consideration and walk away. ... more
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Thu Jul 31, 2008
Shane O'Gorman answered:
I dont think its clear exactly what you are asking for. what is a sold home listing? you mean something that shows all of the homes that have sold lately in an excel format?
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