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Sun Dec 12, 2010
Joan Marchetta answered:
There is a brand new listing on the market in Oakhurst that is a remodeled house with outdoor space for the dog. it looks really nice. the properties priced right and that show well sell quickly. you may need to act fast. Please let me know if I can set up an appointment for you. my office is located right in Oakhurst. ... more
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Fri Jan 22, 2010
Diane Traverso answered:
Dear Irene,

For some reason, the property address that you are inquiring about is not referenced. If you send me the address or MLS #, I will be happy to look that up for you. I live in Oakhurst and specialize in this area.
Diane Traverso, Prudential Zack Shore Properties, www.dianetraverso.com, 732-997-9336.
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Sat Jan 15, 2011
Bill answered:
That's a difficult question to answer having never seen your house. The 3 most important things to get a house sold are price, location and condition. If you can offer all 3 of these in today's market, you will attract buyers and hopefully an offer soon. So, to try answer your question, no, it does not mean it was priced too low. ... more
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Thu Jul 29, 2010
Lucy Korzelius answered:
Dear Fritz,

I'm so glad that you've asked that question because many don't understand exactly what is involved when listing a home. There are a lot of factors that determine a listing fee. When you list a property, the agent/agency carry expenses in the listing of a property. There are MLS fees, advertising costs, marketing materials and of course the time paid to the agents in helping an owner sell a home. Agents spend time in marketing a home, especially in a market that is saturated with inventory. You have to take more time and effort in sellng a property and doing a good job for the owner.

Then once you get a buyer for a home, there are a number of other reponsibilities that an agent/agency takes on to make sure that both parties get to the closing table. There is a lot of time an real estate agent/agents spend to make sure both customers are satisfied in the end.

Buyers generally don't paid the fee. The sellers pay the listing commission upon closing of title. Please contact me anytime. I would be more than happy to explain the process in further detail. Thank you so much for your question.

Sincerely,
Lucy Korzelius
RE/MAX GATEWAY
732-684-1559 direct
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