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A Seller’s Perspective

La Crescenta May 2016 Real Estate Sales 1

The Six Most Common Questions Asked by Home Sellers

  Home sellers are often emotional when selling their beloved home. Even when selling in order to move up to a bigger/better home, there can be a tinge of remorse. Perhaps it’s the door jamb where they recorded their kids’ height ever...

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Selling your home? Mum’s the word! 2

Selling your home? Mum’s the word!

Selling your home? Mum’s the word! Real estate agents differ on whether or not the home seller should be present during open houses, showings and the buyer’s inspections. I prefer that my clients avoid the buyers like the plague, for no oth...

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How Realtor relationships will impact your escrow 1

How Realtor relationships will impact your escrow

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I am contemplating the significance of relationships. I am fortunate to have a wonderful husband, two amazing daughters, terrific parents, a remarkable sister, great cousins and fabulous friends. But as...

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Lockboxes and the CBS (Call before showing code) 1

Lockboxes and the CBS (Call before showing code)

Frequently home sellers don’t want a lockbox at their home. They may prefer that their home be shown during open houses or by appointment. Each home seller has unique needs which should be addressed by their Realtor®. Certainly the lock...

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The Pitfalls of Seller Financing 1

The Pitfalls of Seller Financing

Seller financing is also referred to as a seller carry back. Likely due to my banking background I believe there are many pitfalls to seller financing. As interest rates are cyclical, the benefits of seller financing increase when rates are ...

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