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Home Selling in Tempe : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Apr 12, 2014
Sandra Paulow answered:
It depends on the transaction but if you are considering listing your property with a Realtor, they will talk to you about the fees for their services.
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Sat May 28, 2011
Lucinda Tkach answered:
Sherry,

That is a good reason to look for the right agent!

In this market it is about pricing, staging and extra photos as a part of marketing! I would be happy to assist you with any more information such as a market analysis and any other questions or help finding the right agent for you!

It is important that you interview any potential agents! I would ask for referrals too!

Feel free to contact me anytime! I personally have 6 years experience as an agent now!

Lucinda Tkach
Windermere
lucindat@windermere.com
602-799-6846
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Wed Jul 23, 2008
Steve Belt answered:
If that 2nd is a HELOC, that is also a personal line of credit, similar to any credit card. In my experience, there isn't much that can be done, other than perhaps bankruptcy.
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Wed Jul 23, 2008
Mr.P answered:
Apache/ Rural
This is a Great neighborhood, Great neighborhood charm, actually sought after. large lots, close to the new light rail, ASU.

I have a client who has been looking in this neighborhood for about 6 months.

Of The three homes currently for sale....
the average list is 332k, 1311 Sqft currently 47 days on market. Some of them are on their second listing.

The last sale was Dec 07, 265K only after three Days on the market, 1080 sqft. Before that the last sale was March of 07. I have not seen any FSBO Sales from 01/01/07.

In my clients opinion the current homes for sale are overpriced. That`s one opinion, from a strong educated buyer.

My opinion, I would list close or just below the current asking, and adjust the price every two or three weeks, depending on traffic. Offering closing cost at this time will be helpful. We have to remember that these are small homes currently commanding a premium price

Good Day & Good Luck
Patrick
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