A tale of two houses

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Red sign in the shape of a home with white arrow and white text: HOME FOR SALE

03/18/2016 | Author: Marty Kramer

There’s a house I drive by in my neighborhood that has had a For Sale By Owner sign in the yard for at least 10 weeks now.

There’s another home nearby with a Texas REALTOR®’s For Sale sign in the yard. That home went under contract two days after it came onto the market.

Certainly there are more differences between these homes than the fact that one is being sold by a professional and the other by the owner of the home. But it points out that selling a home takes a lot more than just sticking a sign in the ground.

Categories: Sellers
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Comments

Gayle Speck on 03/26/2016

I just complete printing and reviewing NAR 2015 buy aell report.  70 % buyer find homes thru inet or realtor.  About 1 or 2 % find by accident. Basically buyers are not inclined to want to depend on owners leading.

Joanne Casteel on 03/25/2016

The buyer wants to be shown what a fair price for the home is and to know that all the paperwork is done correctly.
Joanne Casteel
Peak Results Realty
Tarrant County
817 480-3002

Rollingwood Management Inc. on 03/25/2016

Applies to residential leasing as well, having a professional handle the exchange is highly recommended!


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