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Selecting a Realtor Based on the Highest List Price

February 2, 2012 Posted by: TownsRealty

You Can Sell it for How Much? When listing your home, the seller should choose a Realtor® based on his/her credentials. The market value of the home is an entirely separate issue. Overpricing a home to get the listing is an old trick in real estate … make the seller feel good and praise the home to get the listing and after that ask for a price reduction 30-45 days later.  An experienced Realtor® has a well-researched market analysis to determine the realistic amount of your home based on the […]

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Choosing the Right Agent

January 25, 2012 Posted by: TownsRealty

Selling Your Home? Choose Towns Realty! When you need to sell your home whether it’s a traditional sale or a short sale you should consider the following: Which Realtor® should you pick to list your home? It is critically important which real estate agent you choose to market and sell your home. The real estate agent with Realtor® designation has a membership with the local Realtor Association and has access to the Multiple Listing Service which reaches thousands of Realtors®. Also a Realtor® that has a well built marketing system […]

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September 15, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

Towns Realty specializes in short sales whether it’s your vacation home or an investment property. We have helped hundreds of homeowners avoid foreclosure and our client’s testimonials are excellent. To name just a few lenders that we have worked with: Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Wachovia, Chase, Washington Mutual, EMC, Citi, GMAC, Indy Mac, Suntrust etc. Our short sale knowledge is great and our success is due to persistence and commitment to your clients. Our secret to successfully close our short sales listings is that we never give up and […]

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September 8, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

Short selling your property is no longer a new idea. Many homeowners are in difficult circumstances due to the financial downturn and they were able to take advantage of the short sale process and sell their homes. Some homeowners who are very distressed with their financial situation are letting their home go to foreclosure rather than short selling their property. Foreclosure is not the best option; but some homeowners believe that the short sale selling process is more stressful then a foreclosure. Short sales can be stressful but if you […]

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August 11, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

If you are one of the millions of homeowners who are struggling to keep up with their mortgage payments, there are solutions for the problem! If you tried loan modification and your mortgage company denied you, your best option to avoid foreclosure is to short sale your home. A short sale is the sale of a home in which the sale proceeds fall short of the balance owed on the property’s loan. It occurs when a homeowner cannot pay his mortgage payments anymore, and the lender decides that selling the […]

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August 10, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

Some sellers are unwilling to lower their home’s price to reflect the current real estate market which is contributing to high inventories. Some of the sellers are keeping their prices high and waiting for the market to change, which is causing home sales to continue to slump. The median price for single-family homes in Orlando dropped 14 percent in August 2011 compared to August 2010, and the number of homes sold dropped 7 percent in August 2011 compared to August 2010. Home, condo and town homes sales have dropped more […]

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March 23, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

Many homeowners faced with the hardship of not being able to make their mortgage payments anymore are faced with the question of what is the best solution for their problem. There are couples of solutions that can be considered when you cannot make your mortgage payments anymore due to your financial situation: 1. contact your lender and see if you are qualified for a loan modification 2. if you are not qualified for a loan modification, short sale will be offered as your next option If that is the case […]

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March 10, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

Some sellers are unwilling to lower their home’s price to reflect the current real estate market which is contributing to high inventories. Some of the sellers are keeping their prices high and waiting for the market to change, which is causing home sales to continue to slump. The median price for single-family homes in Orlando dropped 9 percent in February 2011 compared to February 2010, but the number of homes sold rose 13.5 percent in February 2011 compared to February 2010. Home, condo and town homes sales have dropped more […]

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February 10, 2011 Posted by: TownsRealty

This current real estate market is so competitive due to many elements and pricing is right is everything. Sometimes real estate agents have to turn down listings due to sellers who do not understand that these current real estate market prices are different from the 2000’s prices. In today’s buyer’s market, it’s up to the sellers to bring out the best in their homes to stand out amid the staggering inventory of homes for sale. Your home has to look presentable before it goes on the market. With so many […]

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