I've been using this, and I think it's a great addition to my proactive approach with clients. It gives them the confidence you are constantly watching over their listing until it's sold.
Glad to hear you went for two opinions. With inventory being low all across the country, I wouldn't be surprised the value of your home has increased in a years time. I would call the 1st agent back, he/she could give you an analysis over the phone on the market changes the past year. As far as agents, go with your gut feeling. Who do you think is capable of selling your home the fastest? You want to be on the market as little time as possible to avoid any future price reductions or getting overlooked as other new listing hit the market come this spring. Good luck!
Yes, I believe you agent can enter it manually or it can be automatically added 5-7 days later as part of their IDX feed (if your agent is signed up with zillow)
Should be able to find how to cancel it under:Listings>Status>Cancel ListingI have an agent view so not sure mine is different than yours? Hope this works for you!
Contact a local real estate agent. There are some brokers that only handle residential vs commercial listings. However, some handle both. Either way, they could point you in the right direction. We use loopnet.com to list commercial properties.
Call an agent, they can do some research for you. Otherwise, you can try calling the bank direct. However, it might be beneficial for you to contact a local agent so they can provide you with comparable sales and assist you in the transaction.
If you want to sell quickly, it's very important! Otherwise, the longer it sits the more the buyer tries to negotiate. In my area, homes tend to sell close to the asking price (if it's priced correctly) within the first 30 days.
Contact a local agent and give the address to have them look up the status, history, etc.
Listing agents for Fannie Mae properties may not advertise they have verbally accepted an offer until paperwork is received and all parties have signed off. Therefore, the property still looks actively listed and many agents will still show it not knowing an offer was already accepted and they are just waiting on all the papers. If I show a property that I know won't last long on the market, I'll call the listing agent and ask if they are working with any offers ahead of time. Usually, they let me know and then I'll tell my client and advise if we make an offer, we may need to go in "strong" to be considered.
Yes, contact a local or even a few real estate brokers for a comparative market analysis. This way you can get a good idea of your market value and interview possible listing brokers at the same time.