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Home Selling in Redondo Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Sep 7, 2013
John Barry answered:
Hi Demell,

I would be happy to help you if you are interested in selling a property in the area - no problem. Send me an email at my address below & give me a little more information, and I can let you know how I can help you. Look forward to hearing from you.

John Barry
DRE #01856079
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Cell: 323-810-7976
Twitter: @RealtorJB
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Sat Sep 3, 2011
The Medford Team answered:

Depends on the termite company – some give a 6-month warranty, others provide a year, some even as long as two years.

I don’t feel comfortable letting it go longer than 6 months.

As an aside, I normally recommend that tenting is done a few days before close of escrow and paid out of escrow, rather than being done a long time ahead of time. We do all the other Section 1 repairs ahead of time, but leave the tenting until the very end to prevent “aging” of a clearance.
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Tue Feb 11, 2014
Shanna Rogers answered:
The only person who can sell the house is the person on Title. They are the one(s) who have to sign the Deed at close of Escrow. You might want to consult a Real Estate Attorney to find out the best way to proceed.

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
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Mon Feb 16, 2009
The Medford Team answered:

Try calling all the local real estate offices and posting adds on Craigslist. Truth is, many Realtors want vacant listings to stay that way - vacant listings that are fully staged are far easier and better to show than homes with occupants of any kind.

There IS increased insurance liability for many vacant properties that have been on the market over 31 days – you might want to explain that to any Realtors you talk to – they may actually be unaware of current insurance regulations concerning homes that are currently vacant. Some Realtors actually have a disclosure they present to their sellers explaining the liability issues and instructing them to contact their insurance companies to ensure that their coverage will fully protect empty homes.

Good luck!
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Tue Aug 11, 2009
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
If you didn't have an agreement to pay the broker a commission in writing... I don't believe you owe them anything.

However, I am not an attorney and some things work differently in different areas, seems that you need to consult one. ... more
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