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Home Selling in Virginia : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 8, 2013
Anthony Alleva answered:
If the appraisal comes in higher than the purchase price then the extra profit will go to YOU the seller. For more information and details give me a call at (800) 215-0211.

Best Regards;
Anthony Alleva, CSSA
Certified Short Sale Agent
REO REALTOR®
License #0225-205922
Allison James Estates & Homes
601 Dinwiddie Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704
Toll Free (800) 215-0211
Email: info@anthonyalleva.com
Website: www.AnthonyAlleva.com
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
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Wed Jul 23, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Compherfmly,
Commissions are by law negotiable and each agent or company can determine what they feel their services are worth and what you get for those services. There are various business models out there, some flat fee listings, some list your home on the local MLS and do little else. Some will charge less than others and could be a good choice, but you never know until you receive their services.
I can't tell you what to pay, I can tell you that the best agents earn more than whatever they charge and the worst ones cost you more than just a commission. I encourage people to focus on the best available agent and let the commission be a secondary matter. If the best agent charges less then another, good for you. If all the agent has to offer is a low commission fee, wonder how they stay in business when others charge so much more?
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Abrams Realty Team answered:
Fri Feb 13, 2015
Christine Shevock answered:
that seems unusual. I always provide a seller net out sheet during my presentation which details all the fees that are associated with selling your home.I would be happy to discuss this in person. Please give me a call. ... more
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Wed May 6, 2015
Cindy Caskey answered:
I think it is important that you LIKE your Realtor. You will have to have many discussions with him or her and will be spending time on very important decisions so having a good connection works well in your favor to come to a good, fair and win/win outcome.

If you are selling, find a Realtor who can sell a house in a short period of time. If they do it on line, at open houses, marketing to other Realtors....no matter how they do it, just so they do. They should have proof of past listings sold. If you are buying you need a Realtor who is tenacious, jumps hoops and knows the area.

Full time and experienced.
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Tue Feb 24, 2015
Marvin J. Felix answered:
You have a few options:
1) If you do not need the proceeds of the condo sale, you may put in an offer for the TH without any contingencies
2) Put in an offer with a contingency stating you cannot close until your condo sales; if you have it listed with an agent already, this will give the seller and their agent confidence that it will sell (if it is priced right for the condition). If you're selling on your own, it will be hard for the seller and their agent to have confidence you will come through in the end.
3) Wait until your condo sells and hope the other TH is still available.

Only you can decide which method you are most comfortable with. Good luck regardless what you do!
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Fri Mar 15, 2013
Christopher Pagli answered:
Unfortunately Trulia is an agent only platform at this time. All listings must be listed through a broker.
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
cwmani answered:
Details for 2007 newly built TH:
2900 sq. feet (3 levels)
Backing the woods
custom painted
4 bedrooms (3 upper level and 1 in basement)
3.5 baths (2 full at upper level, 1 full in basement, powder room on main level)
Deck installed
Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances
12 additional parking spots in front
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
If no one responds;
just look for the icon on the right side of page; FIND A TRULIA VIP
click on it and enter your CITY,
you will see are the Realtors around you.
You can look at their PROFILE and RECOMMENDATIONS

Good luck and may God bless
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
Hi Michelle, I am wondering if this post should not go into the blog section of Trulia for other Realtors to see, as this is the question and answer section for the buying and selling public .....
Good Luck to you

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Thu Mar 21, 2013
Lisa Moroniak answered:
Hi Michelle,

You may be aware that we have a sellers' market right now in many parts of Northern Virginia, and especially at price points below 750K.

For the last 60 days the median Days on Market (DOM) for 20148 single family homes is an exceptionally low 13 days.

I actually have buyers whose preference it would be to make a decision on a SFH in 20148 sooner rather than later. If you could email me a few more details of your home (assuming it's a single family) or your address even, that would be super.

Regardless of your home type, I would gladly sit down and meet with you to discuss the strategic marketing, timing and sale of your home at a date and time that works for you.

All my best,
Lisa

Lisa Moroniak | REALTOR® | Service360°
SFR® - Short Sale & Foreclosure Certified
Keller Williams Realty
Phone: 703-635-0388
http://www.LisaMoroniak.com
Licensed in VA
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
Brian White answered:
Hi Courtney,

You are right, over the last year the homes inventury has shrunken. However, there are still several homes out there. If you could give me more criteria as to what you are looking for as far as bedrooms, baths, square feet, and price range I would be more than happy to provide you with some listings.

Respectfully,

Brian White
757-310-7395
Houseisahome@gmail.com
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Do you understand the nature of a CONTRACT?
Maybe you should talk to an Attorney, (Realtors do not give LEGAL advice).
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Kevin Monette answered:
Don,
I live in Seagate Colony and would love to help. Give me a call or email me the details.

-Kevin Monette -
757-735-2628
monette_55@yahoo.com
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Jonathan Brown answered:
Hi Bethany, agents don't usually list their property directly on Trulia. They list in the MLS, then it automatically uploads to Trulia. If you're interested in listing your townhouse for sale, I'd give you excellent and great value service. Give me call or email: jonathan.brown.realtor@gmail.com 202-591-6837 www.66realty.com ... more
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Beth Baldwin answered:
Not that I have seen. But there may be some select cases where the county doesn't have all of the correct property information.... Finished rooms, garages, etc.
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Judy Schwartz answered:
New Kent County assessments vary considerably. Properties that have sold in the last 1-2 years are usually assessed close to market value, however in some areas, assessed values are much lower. ... more
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Jamie Skojec answered:
Typically it is a 30 day written notice to vacate (Notice to Quit) But typically this is for contractual issues. You should look to your lease agreement to be certain that is what is in place. If you're wanting to list sooner rather than wait till the lease is up, maybe you can talk to your tenant about agreeing to cancel the lease agreement early.

Hope this helps!

I am a local RE Broker in the Woodbridge area. If you'd like to speak to someone and go over your options and / or need some assistance listing your home, and helping your tenant find a new property I'd be happy to assist you both with some of your options so you can make the right decision for your situation.

Feel free to contact me anytime for a no obligation consult!

Jamie Skojec
Broker
Home Source Realty
(571) 334-2343
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