Hello Candy,We need an address to check that information for you. Please click on my profile and it will allow you to submit your questionKamal
Before you decide..you shoukd find out what your goal is. Are you moving away? Downsizing? Will the money be better off in savings? I help clients achive their overall goals by listening and looking at all options with my clients. I would welcome an oppurtunity to sit down with you and discuss your best option.
Best to find out what your home is worth now..and what the trend is to forecast best time to sell. We can only make educated guesses. If you need help in determining your home value, feel free to contact myself or any other realtor here.
HelloI work with investors specializing in purchasing and renovating income properties. I would love a chance to interview with you if you like. Thank you
HelloListings agents usually sign with 5 - 6%...which is split between the selling agent and buyers agent equally. So 2.5% - 3% is normal. You should interview at least 3 agents to find a best fit for you. Myself and other agents here are available to interview with you at your convenience.Good luck :)
Which area? City?
Hello...any of us would be willing to interview with you as you should find an agent who is knowledgable in real estate and someone who you feel comfortable working with. If you like..i can provide you with a free market analysis to help you get started. I would also love an oppurtunity to interview :)
There is no set commission rate..i have seen varying flucutions house per house. 4 - 6% is common. Please check all information and contracts before signing with discount brokerages. You should also know the market rate of your home..so you shoud deal with someone who is honest..and will guide you on best how to sell your house and make the next phase easier. I can provide a free market analysis to help you get started.
Curb appeal is great...but not as important as location. :)I also agree with Mack. I too have driven past many homes with buyers who even refuse to get out of the car. lol
There are many reasons short sales take time to process but here are the main three:1) Bank takes too long to process paperwork2) Realtor does not follow up frequently which HAS to be done in short sale process3) Seller lags in providing bank the paperwork required to process the sale.Kamal :)