He or she will suggest any changes. You are getting interest at your current price point. They were on the market for 199,999. She is an expert in her field and has the interpersonal skills to go with her kind and friendly disposition. An acquaintance of mine is a first time home seller and he is dirt-cheap as well which is why he is just an acquaintance. Is there anyone with some experience with that? Know what it is before you list.
I get so sick of appraisers presenting a pretty glossy appraisal with their view of value based on yesterday's comparables, with no regard given to market trends up or down, take their fee and move on, if theyve made a mistake either optimistic or pessimistic, oh well, they've already got paid. Usually they actually end up losing money in the end but they are also the type of people that would never work with an agent. It's very important to be very laid back when selling your own home. Bob can only be better than him. When you are on your own you get to turn to. They don't attract the majority of qualified buyers becuase they're busy working with realtors. Only a small percentage of residential mortgage lenders call for an appraisal, and usually only if they perceive there to be red flags or peculiarities with the application, or if it's a unique property or location.
Not sure what that really includes. We will be increasing the price this week due to the sale of that property. Lots of people are doing it so it cant be that hard. Like other said it depends on where u are. We loved talking to the clients ourselves as we knew the property so well and made it more personal. I was selling a small home in Kamloops while I resided in another part of the province and Tinia provided excellent guidance and oversaw each part of my listing from prep to sale.
That's why I suggest Establishing the price realistically first, will usually result in a little higher sale price I have used Comfree with decent results,no idea about property guys. Also some places offer legal advice for a fee. The house I was selling had not had an opportunity to appreciate that much since my purchase so using Property Guys saved me a considerable amount of money and allowed me to keep more of the equity I had worked hard to put into that home. Your math is very arbitrary but these are subjective numbers and is always very hard to 'predict' what could have been. Both places are similar in size and they are the same age. With Linda by your side,.
Its all about the how the market is at the time, and its crazy right now. . As soon as we bumped it a week after vacation, we had showings again. With the additional cost of the penalty, we decided to list privately and see what happens while we approach the 5 year mark. What would have it cost me if I was flying solo? Also, do you really know what your home is worth? I can market it as well as they can. When you enter negotiations they will use pressure tactics to make sure that the deal closes and as quickly as possible.
I take it you are in New Brunswick and perhaps are not in touch with the Ontario market. As Smokey said no matter what your reasoning is, justified or not, raising your price isn't a good idea. I have used Comfree with decent results,no idea about property guys. We did contact a lawyerthrough Property Brothers but he was in North Bay. The couple that bought the one next door were young, they came to see ours as well and they werent sure what they were looking for, it was their first place. He would get back to me right away when I had a question. If you do go with an agent, keeping looking for one who will sell for 1% or less plus 2.
Thanks My next door neighbour just sold their house through Property Guys in the fall. Probably the house because I wouldn't have known how to navigate the situation, and a couple thousand in legal expenses to get advice from my lawyer. I would think this would be taken care of by your lawyer, they will handle all the legal issues. And helped in downloading some pictures. Getting a professional appraisal done.
. He could help you out. If you are buying make sure to consider the normal conditions financing, home inspection, water test, radon test, etc Click to expand. Oct 14th, 2010 2:57 pmThe anger you describe is rightly deserved in many cases. The fees are the same as you would pay to your lawyer anyway if you were using a real estate agent and you can review any offer before you pass it off to your lawyer and rack up any bills. I know agents who have been involved in legal cases over incorrect lot size, driveway use and even the failure of deals closing. Usually they actually end up losing money in the end but they are also the type of people that would never work with an agent.