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Home Selling in Oklahoma City : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 4, 2014
Wells Bridgett answered:
You'll need to look at the comps in your area. This will determine market value.
Give me a call if you need help

Bridgett Wells
Keller Williams Realty Elite
651-9320
Bridgettwells@kw.com ... more
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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Ron Thomas answered:
The HOA is the villan, but you chose to replace your Agent?
(And people wonder why I am not high on HOA's!)
You can blame the high HOA fee, and you can blame your Agent; but it would be a sure-fire bet that you are asking too much for the Condo; or it would have sold. ... more
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Mon Dec 17, 2012
Karl Mengers answered:
Yes, relocation is definitely a qualifying hardship. Working your Short Sale properly requires a unique set of skills in today's market. As a CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert) I have training and extensive experience in dealing with these situations.
I would be glad to discuss your difficult housing situation with you.
Call me at 405-834-6356 or email me at karl@karlmengers.com to get started.
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Mon Jun 10, 2013
Ryan Hukill answered:
What area, specifically, Louis? If you're just looking for overall metro area market information, you can see the metro statistics here: http://www.showmeokc.com/market-statistics

If you want information about a smaller, more specific area within the metro, please email me at ryan@showmeokc.com ... more
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Wed Nov 12, 2014
Michael Cheng answered:
The stats you're inquiring about aren't published by the major brokerages. You'll have to scan the websites of successful agents. They would be pretty self-evident how good they are.
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Wed Sep 14, 2016
Wells Bridgett answered:
Absolutely. Try Gary McCracken at 388-1616. I've used him before and he's very good.

Bridgett Wells
Keller Williams Realty
651-9320
bridgettwells@kw.com
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Thu Oct 2, 2014
Ryan Hukill answered:
I'd love to talk with you about our marketing and why we haven't had a single listing expire in over 5 years. Check out www.GetYourSoldSign.com for more info and then let me know if you'd like to chat. ... more
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Mon Sep 10, 2012
Ryan Hukill answered:
It all depends on what your contract says. Are you a Realtor or the seller?
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Sat Jun 30, 2012
Wells Bridgett answered:
If you want to send me the address, I'll run the comps for you.

Bridgett Wells
Keller Williams Realty
651-9320
bridgettwells@kw.com
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Wed Jun 14, 2017
Julie Gray-Thrash answered:
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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Russell Benson answered:
Absolutely nothing. You can do what you want with your property so the fact you're deciding to offer your daughter and son in law a really good deal on a home is a wonderful thing on your part. Just have them go to a local bank to get a mortgage and find a title company near you to handle the closing.

If you would like a referral on these, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.

Russell Benson, REALTOR®
Prudential Alliance Realty
405.378.4442
rbenson@okcrealtors.com
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Terri Mulinix answered:
You can call a title company (such as) First American title and ask for a copy of the covenants.
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
John Phillips answered:
Unfortunately yes: This was your cost: However if you call your Realtor and tell him or her and ask for help they might be able to help negotiate with the titlt co to pay part since it was their mistake: ... more
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Thu May 10, 2012
Cpcooper2 answered:
As far as the construction. The existing home is brick and the sun rum is mostly windows and vinyl siding.
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Sat May 5, 2012
Terri Vellios answered:
I would suggest you review the trust with the trust attorney.
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Wed Nov 13, 2013
Paula Cockrell answered:
Make sure that you put all the terms that you have agreed to in writing. Once both the seller and buyer have signed the agreement you will need to give the agreement to the buyer's lender and to a local title company. ... more
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Thu Apr 5, 2012
Troy Elston answered:
Banks only have their own interests in mind. Most of the time a homeowner's only contact is with the loss mid department that works under the mortgage servicing company. Keep in mind that the homeowner is asking the bank to consider modifying their legally binding contract every time he/she requests a short sale. Short sales are highly complex situations that only work when investors, servicers, buyers and mortgage insurance companies come to an agreement.

We may never know what really happens internally within a bank during a short sale. With that being said, if you feel that the bank has wronged you in some way, I highly suggest seeking an experienced Real Estate attorney in your area. I wish you the best of luck. Stay positive and positive things will happen.
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Thu Apr 5, 2012
Russell Benson answered:
Never had that come up but since ghosts are not real, I would not worry too much about it or list it as a feature for those who might be into that sort of thing!

Russell Benson, REALTOR® ... more
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Thu Apr 5, 2012
Mary Wittrock answered:
De-personalize, De-Clutter and Clean. See web reference below. I always provide staging ideas and suggestions at the time of the Listing Consultation.

Go to About.com Home Buying/Selling for a complet list ... more
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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Dan Tabit answered:
Straight Path,
Yes. If an appraisal comes in at a surprise amount, your agent can review the appraisal and discuss the comparables used and suggest better ones if they exist. Whether the bank accepts the new information is up to them. Banks are cautious and not likely to accept a huge variance unless there is a significant mistake.
I hope this helps.
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