Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com! Best thing to do its to have a local, full time, professional Realtor come over and do a CMA. You can also pay an appraiser which is a more specific & better way.Good luck.
Are you referring to dual agency? Well, it would depend if the agent is an upstanding, ethical agent. I've had a few dual agency and I swear if there was another agent involved, the deal would've fallen apart. I feel it's tough to work in the best interest of your clients if you are reppin' both.
Thanks for posting what I think is your question on Zillow.com!To have the value of a property determined, you can have a Realtor do a CMA. Now, they will be expecting you to list with them or compensate them. A more accurate way is to have it appraised.Good luck!
Not in my PIttsburgh market because of the holiday season AND cold arse weather! Probably the same in other cold climates.
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!Well, Matt, it's not an add. The info is pulled from public records and a computer generated algorhythm generates the "Zestimate". It changes all of the time. Keep in mind, it is exactly what it is saying it is, a "Z-ESTIMATE". The Zestimate is not saying that is what a property is worth. Who it is listed by does not have any value on the Zestimate. You can get a Realtor to do a CMA and you can post on Zillow that it is corrected by a Realtor.Good luck!
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!NNNNOOOOOOOO!!! Wait until they are out. No matter how good of tenants they are, I can almost guarantee something needs addressed. Heck, when I list homes that the owners live in, they need things addressed.Good luck!
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!WOW, you have a buyer for your place without even agreeing on a price?! Must be one heck of a seller's market in Colorado!No Realtor will come out and give you a price for free so, you can offer to pay them or just get an appraisal.Congrats and good luck!
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com.Nope, after closing it is the buyer's responsibility.
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com!You should have been asked by your agent how the "showing" is going to take place. Contact your agent to discuss.
Thanks for posting your question on Zillow.com! A great one it is. Most would never think to ask.In Pa., there is a window (6 months I think) where a Realtor is entitled to a commission after the listing period with said Realtor is over. This is done because our marketing that we have done could have touched someone not quite ready to buy during the listing period. Also, because you may have that shady seller that says to the buyer, "I can cut you a better deal if we cut the Realtor out & we can do this by waiting till my listing contract runs out". Lastly because just cause the listing is over doesn't mean the our marketing doesn't still linger for months after.Hope this helps!