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Midlothian : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 19, 2012
Stephen W. Carroll answered:
Mon Aug 6, 2012
Susan Morris Team answered:
I would try Lee Jean-Pierre at C&F Mortgage. He is great with first time homebuyers and helping establish credit. Also, with grants which it sounds like you may qualify for.
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Tue Aug 13, 2013
Betty Hesaltine answered:
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Thu Feb 16, 2012
Phil Rotondo answered:
If you list your property with a Real Estate agent it automatically gets listed here.
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Sat Mar 26, 2011
Bill Eckler answered:
Working,

This is truly a "which came first the chicken or the egg" type question because both 4bedroom and larger sized rooms can be real factors to todays typical buyer.


We lean toward recommending doing what it takes to meet your specific needs for you as the owner. Worrying about what the future owner is going to prefer may be premature and unnecessary. Unless you do something radical with the plan, you can trust the future buyers will appreciate either direction you elect to go.

Good luck,

Bill
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Thu Jul 19, 2012
Lesley Denney answered:
Good Morning Wendy,

Have you and your agent tried an agent open house yet? I feel that getting the agents to come and see the homes makes a big diference....

Let me know how you do, I am so glad you have a great agent! ... more
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Thu Sep 11, 2008
Bobbie Files answered:
Hi,

I understand that making a price reduction, especially at such a large amount, is concerning at best. But your realtor should be able to show you the facts of record to support the necessity. What is the absorption rate in your price range? I mean how many homes are selling divided by the number of homes for sale in your price range. If that number is high the only way to counter it to comply with your timeline is through a price reduction. That opens the potential buyer pool to a wider number. Best of luck!! ... more
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