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Home Selling in La Jolla : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Aug 28, 2014
Darryl Dadon answered:
Sometimes time frames can be confusing. They always start the following day. Day 1 would be Monday.
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Thu Jul 4, 2013
JR Thrasher answered:
How long can you afford to hold on to the home? If the answer is less than "as long as it takes" you probably want to sell now. Interest rates are starting to climb and if the Federal Reserve slows down or stops "quantitative easing" as hinted at during the last announcement the market going to cool down and you shouldn't count on the huge gains that we have seen so far this year continuing. I’m already starting to see this as is reflected by longer market times for listings that have come on the market within the last 30 days.

However, if you are comfortable holding the property for a long time and either have a good interest rate or own it outright then the long term buy and hold strategy for real estate is hard to go wrong with.
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Sun May 25, 2014
Nathan-Crudo Group answered:
Jaime,

It was a pleasure speaking with you. I wish you the best of luck as you're trying to rent your home in La Jolla. At present since you're under contract with another agent I cannot offer up any advice on which avenues to take in order to secure a renter. If you decide to consider working with other agents in the future, I would appreciate the opportunity to assist and offer a solid marketing plan for both renting and/or selling.

Best regards,

Alida Crudo
Ascent Real Estate
619-990-2365
acrudo@ascentrealestate.net
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Thu Jul 4, 2013
A answered:
I would first go to the agent themself and note it in your communication log. If you do not get satisfaction from the agent, go to their broker manager.
GOOD LUCK!!!
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