Why would you want to post a property for sale on a poorly designed site?
It is easy to post a property here all your Realtor® has to do is enter the mls number from their feed and it will soon show here.... more
Buyers agent who represents the buyer is paid by the seller. It would depend upon how the listing agreement is authored between the seller and that listing broker.
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If you don't have an agent, consider the services, as you should be aware about recently sold similar properties in the immediate area --we all have access to the information and information is free. Choose your agent with care.... more
The SEV is set, and used, by your local municipality for tax purposes and does not factor into the sale price of your home. You are not alone if you think it might - many people have heard that doubling the SEV will give you the true market value of your home, but this is not accurate. If you want to use the number as a guide, you can double the SEV and subtract 15-30% from that to get a starting point in today's market - but be aware, this number is not set in stone and can be affected by many factors. In the end, recent sold comps are used to set your listing price, but it is the buyers' that will set the sales price.
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Ramblerracer, Typically no banks do not offer land contracts on foreclosed homes. I have worked with one, Rose Land Company, that does offer land contract terms with their foreclosed homes. They have a good website....www.roselandco.com .
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I suggest you connect with a truly good area real estate agent, one who loves to work with buyers (if you like I can refer you to a realtor colleague of mine to assist you, just e-mail me and let me know that you would like me to do so... firstname.lastname@example.org) I am suggesting that because your real estate agent, your buyers agent who will exclusively work on your behalf, will be able to assist you in guiding you to where to start with your offer, based on how much you both think the home is worth, and that is different for each home, some need just some cosmetic work others need more extensive work, some are in great condition, move in and do nothing and sometimes the location or land deserves more, and when making an offer with your buyers agent, he or she will pull a market evaluation for you, and show you comparable properties that have recently sold and the agent will also suggest a certain negotiation strategy to get you to the price you feel most comfortable with for that specific home....
And sometimes the seller's situation will make it harder or easier to negotiate...
There is never a fixed % but a range which then depends on the condition, size and location of the home...
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Who owns a house is public information and should be able to be easily found by contacting that counties Equalization Department. Possibly the Equalization Department may have information online available. As long as you have the street address that Department should be able to let you know who owns it.... more