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I want to see a house . how could I contact the seller or the real state agent ?

  • June 12 2010 - Yonkers
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Find a local Realtor that has the time and resources to be able to show you what you're looking for and as well to be able to sagaciously advise you current market values.
  • August 17 2010
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IMHO, I believe we are going to scare more customers away from Zillow by insisting that they get a buyer's agent instead of answering the question directly.
  • June 14 2010
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Your question confirms that you are at the beginning of the home buying process.  You will be well served by working with an agent. She can facillitate your search and arrange appointments to see homes. 

Find an agent that works the way you do - since you are on Zillow I assume you enjoy incorporating online tools - be sure your agent does too.  Basic skills to look for are inventory and market knowledge, analytic and negotiating skills, responsiveness, and availability. Also, be sure you work with a full time agent - this is no market for dabblers. 

Good luck to you!
  • June 14 2010
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I recommend you contact a buyers agent. Both the seller and the seller's realtor will be working in the interest of the seller. Any information you disclose to either of them will be to their advantage. A buyers agent can advise you as to the history of the house, recommend a fair offer and negotiate in your interest.

If you would like a full description of what a buyers agent does...AskRey.

Rey Hollingsworth Falu
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Houlihan Lawrence, Westhcester
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  • June 14 2010
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Hi astr1,

Do you have the property address?  I could tell you what the status is.

Robin Lynch
Keller Williams Realty Group
  • June 13 2010
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Have your agent call the agent associated with the property.  

If you don't have an agent, don't chose one who puts contact information in posts on Zillow.  If they can't read the fine print on Zillow, then they may be deficient in reading the fine print in real estate contracts.
  • June 12 2010
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I would recommend  calling the phone number on the sign. However, if you are buyer that is not working with a "Buyer's Agent" I suggest finding a "Buyer's Agent to represent you. Buyer's Agents are free to buyers and will help you get the best value for the home.

If you have questions about how to find a Buyer's Agent feel free to contact me.

Leslie Leis
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  • June 12 2010
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  • June 12 2010
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