This usually represents a transfer of property from within families where all that is needed is $1 for the transaction to be legal. There are other situations as well but primarily this is where you see this situation. Hope this helpsDan Liese
First of all you might consider filing a complaint with the local board of Realtors (because NO ONE needs agents like this in the business).You might consider asking for a complete withdrawl of your listing from this agency and go elsewhere.Dan[email deleted by Zillow moderator. Please refer to our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
Interview them and have a set of questions (that are important to you) for them to answer. Some basics that are important.1. Must be full time with at least 5 full time years in the business.2. Must know your market area (quiz them on schools, amenities etc)3. Have a very good track record of sales, don't let them quote the office records as this has nothing to them as each agent works for themselves the other agents in office don't care about your listing unless they have a buyer and then if they do they represent the buyer.4. Have them show you their marketing plan (that they pay for and do for each listing.Good luck if you want me to interview some agents for you drop me an email. No charge.[email deleted by Zillow moderator. Please refer to our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
Selling a home you inherited has some fundamental items to be answered.If more than one person is involved in the sale as executor or executrix of the estate then all parties need to agree on course of action.If there is a difference of opinion then one party could buy the other one out based of a mutually agreed to price. Or all parties could agree to rent house out until market returns to better conditions for sellers (we really don't know when that will be). Or you sell now and take the money and reinvest in real estate or put it in your pillow or invest in stocks, bonds whatever you feel is your best option. Good luck with whatever you decide.Dan
First thing you check is with the Realtor you listed with. They are required to input status changes of a listing in MLS within 48 hrs. Where did you go to find status of your home? Many sites are not current with data.Good luck in your new home.Dan
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