I would suggest if you don't hear from a local Realtor, that you drive by and pick up the agents name on the sign outside of this house. So annoying when people don't respond, isn't it?
I would suggest you have your agent contact the listing agent and ask them to go in and remove the photos or, go in , claim the home and replace the photos with photos of the area etc. Best of luck, once the pictures are 'out there' its difficult to get them all back. And I know its a privacy issue with many people
I would suggest you spend a few dollars using at least a discount broker, so your home shows on the MLS system.
What is it you are trying to view....
North Carolina has some programs for buyers. Speak with a local lender, if you don't know any, email me and I will give you several suggestions of lenders my buyers have used...good luck to you!
Easy, kitchen, master bathroom. Get rid of the brass....neutralize your paint (no pinks please) use tans, soft greys.Update your countertops if you can in the kitchen, fyi, granite and stainless are on their way out...however the average consumer still believes those products are important....they are heading out though.if you can't afford to do that, just neutralize. Your Realtor should have a great stager they work with who can give you excellent advice...or your Realtor should be able to also give you suggestions. Make sure you entrance is clean and pretty. REpaint the front door, its the first thing a buyer sees and please, unplug....unplug those air fresheners. Buyers really get turned off by them. If your house has an odor, open the windows or bake some cookies (and leave them out) Feel free to email me, I am a top local NC Realtor
Might be better if you spoke to Wake Forest or whatever University you are going to. Speak to the housing department. I am sure you will be able to find roomates. Careful with Craigs List.....lots of spamming there.
I agree with Sheri, we have been seeing syndication issues over the past little while. Call your Realtor and alert them to the problem asap. I would recommend the Realtor directly uploads to Zillow.
Contact your local Realtor, the one who sold you their home, they will have relationships with local property managers and should be able to provide you with two or three names. I am seeing property managers charging 8% per month now.
An agent can do a comparative market analysis for you including that (hopefully) permitted space and come up with some new numbers...doesn't matter whether zillow or any other search engine carries,however you can go into any one of them and adjust the square footage...