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What if I sell my solar home?

People often ask us what happens if they sell their home or move.

Our response is usually, "That's great! We hope you enjoy wherever you'removing to.

" And then they ask, "But what about my solar system?" and we say, "Oh that? Not to worry.

We've got you covered.

" If youmove, the solar system and the Sunrunagreement are both fully transferable to the new homeowner, who will love saving money with solar as much asyou do.

When you tell us you're ready to sell your home, you'll get your very own ServiceTransfer Specialist to help you through every stage of the process.

The Specialist knows all the ins andouts of your specific solar agreement, and basically can deal with everything onyour behalf.

They can talk to all parties involved, from potential buyers andrealtors to escrow officers, title agents, and anyoneelse wanting to know more about the value of home solar.

We've done thousands of these servicetransfers.

Moving is hard.

Transferring your solar? That's a piece of cake.

Ready to start saving with solar? Give us a call or visit Sunrun.

Comfor free solar solar quote.

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What should I do to get my home ready to sell?

– Hello and welcomeback to our video blog, I am Yasmin Saad, with the Saad Team here.

Probably the number onequestion I get from sellers, besides how much moneyam I gonna take home, is: what do I need to do toget my property ready to list and put on the market? So here's a few quick tips,things that you can do, that will help ensureyou're in the best showing shape from day one whenyou hit the market.

Number one: anything thatmay be kinda outstanding, sitting on that honey do list, go ahead and get thoseitems taken care of.

There's a few things we always see pop up on inspection lists,perhaps there's a little bit of dry rot or wood rot between the door and the side of your houseleading from the garage.

We see that quite a bit.

If you have any outletsthat aren't working, get those repaired and upgradeto the latest technology so you're protected with a ground circuit, those pop up a lot as well.

Go ahead and install new light bulbs and buy the really good ones.

I know, you're gonna be selling the house and you probably don't want to spend, what you think is frivolous money.

It makes a differencewhen the lights are on and the home shows bright and cheery.

This is Florida, people like their light.

Simple little thingsyou can also do include: touching up your baseboards,if there's any paint that needs to be touched up, do that, and then AC cleaning anda big overall cleaning of the property makes a huge difference and having the windows washed.

If you need any helpwith any of these things, give us a call immediatelyat 239-595-8500, and of course, we'rehappy to sit down with you and take a look atspecifically you might need right there in your home.

Look forward to talking to you next time, you can also see usonline at TheSaadTeam.

Com.

Thanks so much and talk to you soon.

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How Do I Rent Out High Priced Properties? – Real Estate Investing

Joe: Hey everyone, it's Joe Crump.

I've gotanother question here.

Boy, I'm going to kill this name here — Rajav Guktah.

Hopefully,that's pretty close.

Rajav: "The challenge that I'm faced withis simply carrying costs.

Three or four years ago, you could virtually buy any propertyand rent it out for positive cash flow.

" Joe: I'm assuming you're meaning with 100%financing.

Rajav: "This was on account of two primaryfactors.

1) it was prior to the massive appreciation we've seen, and 2) interest rates were lower.

Large amounts of cash to use as down payments are not available to me.

The one investmentproperty that I do own, I purchased by leveraging equity in my primary residence.

The investmenthas done well but I'd like to be able to pick up some new things.

"Joe: Well, first of all, never borrow against your current property (the property you livein) to buy your investments.

Never ever do that.

There's no need to do that.

Don't takethat risk.

You can lose your property.

You can lose the house you're living in.

Peoplesay, 'Well, you've got to take some risks to do investing,' and I agree; you have to.

But you don't have to take that kind of risk.

Protect your house — protect the house thatyou live in.

That's the first order of business.

Joe: You also don't need to go get loans tobuy these properties, and you don't need to wait until you get your next chunk of moneybefore you can put down another down payment and buy another property.

That's just completelywrong thinking.

So don't buy properties that way.

Use creative financing to do it instead.

Joe: The way that you find people that will do creative financing is by using marketingthat works.

So use the right type of classified ads.

Use the right type of internet marketing.

Build lists of buyers.

Build lists of sellers.

Build lists of investors, and you'll be ableto use this stuff.

And by building a list, what I'm talking about is an online databaseof these people.

It's not difficult to do if you have the right software and the rightknowledge.

Joe: You just need to learn this process.

You can get all of this stuff from my "Push Button Method".

That's at PushButtonMethod.

Com.

You can learn how to build those systems and how to build those marketing tactics.

Joe: But even if you've got none of that stuff, you can put a sign out in the yard that says,'I'll buy your home.

' Or, 'I'll make a guaranteed offer on your home in 24 hours' and your phonenumber.

You'll put deals together using that if you put them in the right places.

Joe: Do it handwritten.

Do it on cardboard.

Do it on Coroplast.

Don't make them fancy.

Don't spend money on these signs.

These signs should cost you two bucks.

You can get a pieceof cardboard for 90 cents and you can get a couple of grape stakes or tomato stakesand staple them on there, get the yellow cardboard and write on there in black, 'I'll Make AnOffer On Your Home Today' and your phone number, or, 'Guaranteed Offer On Your Home In 24 Hours.

'Joe: These are great ads and they will work.

Make sure you put them into high traffic areas.

They won't stay up very long, but they'll work.

Joe: Now, there are a lot of other things that will work and that'll also be very effectiveif you get into some of these more advanced techniques that I teach.

Joe: Just get started.

Just do something.

Just take action on what you're doing andyou're going to make money.

Anyway, good luck to you and keep buying properties.

Don't letit stop you.

Joe: I don't think I answered the question,though, because you asked about the values going up.

When the values go up on a property,one of the things that you can do to sell that property is to sell it on a lease withan option to buy.

Now, instead of renting the property, you're selling it, so the buyertakes a whole new perspective from this property.

Joe: Let me give you an example of a propertyin California that I had.

This was back in the 80's actually.

It was $495,000 if I rememberright, and it had a payment on there, because the interest rates were very high at the time,of $4,300 a month.

Now, you can go rent a house like this for about 27-2800$ at thetime, and I had to figure out a way to get that payment covered, because I either hadto sell the property, and I had the problem of selling the property because the marketwas going soft on me, so I had to find a way to get that thing covered because at the timeI had the loan in my name.

That was crazy; that was a crazy time.

But I did it.

Joe: Anyway, so I had to get that payment covered.

So I went out and sold it on a leasewith an option to buy.

I told the guy, 'Look, you're making payments on this property thatcosts you $4,300 a month so you're going to need to make payments on this property thesame as if you were buying it.

And if you can't make that payment, you can't affordthis property.

' So he saw the logic to it, he bought the property, he's making $4,300payments, and he eventually exercised his option and took it over.

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How do I decide if its time To Sell my Laguna Niguel Home-Check it now

The market activity report for Laguna Niguel for theweek of March 23rd 2015 shows it's a seller's market.

The medianlist price now is $1,079,000.

And on the average it's taking 116 days to sell a home in Laguna Niguel and the days on the market are actuallyheading downward.

Although 37 percent of the homes had aprice decrease, it is currently a seller's market.

So,prices will resume their climb if the trend continues.

While the medianhome price in Laguna Niguel hasn't moved much in the last few weeks, we are relatively close to the high-water mark in pricing.

So, while prices are trending up,inventory is tightening and the days on the market is falling.

This is a great time to sell you Laguna Niguel home.

I'm Arna freedman, your real estateadvisor.

Stay tuned for the next market activityreport for Laguna Niguel, California.

You can also check your current homevalue report at viewmyhomesvalue.

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Sign onto ehome.

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Thank you.

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How Much Can I Rent My House For?

Alright guys, I'm going to uh shoot a quicktutorial on, how to determine rents.

The other day somebody asked me, well how much can Irent my house for, if I buy this property over here.

This is what we use when we arenot too familiar with uh an area, it's rentometer dot com.

Uh, its easy to use and its Freeto use, okay just plug in your address right here, the address of the subject propertythat you are going to, you are thinking about buying or fixing it up to rent it out.

Uh,the rent and the bedrooms.

Let me just grab an address off of zillow dot com.

I am goingthere because they got addresses that are public.

I am not trying to pick on anybody'sparticular house.

Uh, lets go to uh lets go to Houston.

[pause] Alright, and we are goingto try and get a three bedroom, two bath, uh no apartments so lets filter this out here.

Home type, we just want a house.

By the way guys, if you are on our website, uh at weteach houses dot com, there's a, there's a module called Rental Properties, that willhelp you maximize uh your cash flow and how to get the most out of your rental properties.

It will help you out a lot,when you get a chance, look at it, review it.

I will leavea link to it on this post, Uh, apply here.

Alright guys, what we got here is three bedrooms,houses only, 2 or more bathrooms, so lets just filter or sort them through price here.

And I'm just looking for around fifteen hundred square feet, three bedrooms, two baths, that'sa little low.

Uh, seventeen hundred twelve thirty five.

I don't know that may be uh,lets go right here, Looks good [noise] Again we are just grabbing this, this address sowe can plug it in that rentometer.

oh, come on guys.

Zillow says its eleven twenty [pause]for that property, It should rent for and they're asking a thousand.

Lets go look atthis.

Okay, plug in your address, thousand dollars in rent, three bedroom, analyze mydeal.

Pull up some information here and you should have a map.

There's the subject propertyright in the dead center, the star in the in the box.

All of these little dots aroundhere are rental properties and they show you how much they rent for.

This one here, twentytwo hundred, wow that's pretty good.

Ten fifty and that's pretty close.

Eight hundred, nineseventy five, nine fifty, twelve hundred [pause] That's eleven hundred, and seventeen hundred.

Alright guys, this is based on forty six rental units.

They are all 3 bedrooms, these areall three bedrooms.

Alright, you want to stay as close as you can to the property.

Uh, youwant to compare apples to apples, so these guys are asking a thousand, they should beable to get it fairly easy, uh depending on what they got to do to improve the propertyor get it rent ready.

Uh, personally we would probably get eleven, eleven fifty and we wouldget that very easily.

Again, you can get all that information on the module we over hereon our website, uh rental properties.

So its in video format, its got a presentation inuh power point.

Uh, its got a lot of good information, so use it to help you out, ifyou need it and I hope this little tutorial helped you out on the rents, alright, y'allhave a good day.

[pause].

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Should I Rent or Sell My House

hello my name is Fernando Herboso withMaxus Realty Group in today I'll be discussing a question I get veryoften which is should I rent my house instead of sellingit you know that this study has concluded 10 I personal bias prefer to rent outless residence rather than stalin when purchasing the next on in on you have to understanda lot times by is preferred to keep their houses because they want to keepand preserve the value of the property which the equity data received in if there's a way they can offset thepayments that they have to do the mortgage payments versus the payments are they gonna beused to inform a new tenant it does make sense to try to maintainthis property is a rental rather than stellar net but in some cases we have to understandthat you may have to sell your problem on a4a for you to have enough money to purchaseUNIX home so that's another problem day you may face but let's talkabout if you decide it the you want to rent a house in thistale of selling it and let me show you some questions that you may ask yourself the before renting your home enough question numberone it's always how would you respond if your tenants say so they cannotafford to pay their rent this morn because of morepressing obligations you know this happens during peakholiday seasons in a christmastime where people need money for expenses andyou may have the printer I'll which is your tenant a asking new of to wat to receive your payment sothis is something that you have to consider when you are renting a house to anindividual to you are not really familiar how'd they behave withtheir payments in how to behave with the bills thing what type responsibility in thisappliance that they have themselves so that's the chance youtaking Wenger rent a property the question number twowill be because of the economy many homeowners can no longer make theirmortgage payments what percent of tenants do you think canno longer afford to pay the rent so if you're in the area for examplearound washington DC were day tenancy laws really favor a lot more to live attendance then thelandlords you may 5 me you may face yourself a with a huge problem when you're tenand may not be able to make the payments but they had the right to remain in theproperty without pain for a certain period and meanwhile youhave to keep those payments to Europe bank yourmortgage payments had to be babe you wanna personal you credit so there's avery important thing to consider when you renting house another question number tree will be have you ever interview and experiencein the X in the turning case the you have to challenge a tenant this is a bit stressful situation forany person looking to rent a house when you had togo to the court system to make your tenant pay you money another question the you need toask you selfless have you talked to an insurancecompany about possible increase in premiums as liability in greater often on on offby home meaning day you may end up paying moreinsurance if you're renting a house especially in the in area that the insurance company mayfind to be a very risky for damsel you need tospeak to your insurance company to see howmuch more or how much less im a close your insurance if youthinking about renting your house another question is thatwould you allow pets cats dogs and how big is a dogging inthis is a very important question for you because a lot of families do havepets etc and that they moved with debts and youhave to understand that issuer coincidence saying Knoll 100percent not to any bets near you wanna cut down on the number of applicants foryour property possibly in above fifty percent of thepeople and this is not a good thing damnbecause dan is gonna take you longer to rent in his obey important danger you mayconsider directing with a bed maybe somethingthat you may be able to do by maybe charge in an extra the policyto all maybe putting some stipulations during thenegotiation of your lease contract number six how was actually collect thewrecked by mail in person the number on bysoldiers give to people is that I prefer for the tenant to do a directdeposit to the landlord this is a very importantprocess because in deal you're not really an means touching making sure youmaintaining a relationship with your tenant in that is becoming more and morepersonally more friendly that then they will have toliberty to maybe ask you to hold on and they'll have the money can policehelp be your whatever you prefer to have unknownrelationship with a tenant and did less contact with them the better for you and you prefer forthe money to go directly to you director add to your bank account frontairbag bank account and they will be no problem for thatinjury money would come every single for so the Mont number seven repairs are part of being a landlordpools dak 10 and calls for repairs rights inthis is very important for you to realize you taking in assuming a lot ofresponsibility for a whole family living in anotherhouse there you will have no idea what they're doing it having parties or not in what did whether they do into the house thateventually made break you may have achieved maybe puttingsomething in Flushing down the toilet toy use or something implying up to hype you may end up having to pay fordisappears for days in this may happen in the middle of the night end so lemme you have to be ready to take these calls at the worst times you may end up spending hundreds ofdollars repairing things that but that you haveto repair because someone did not take care of this stuff in thedriveway soul abusing the products that you havein your house may be more prevalent wat tenants that they have kids but it's very hardfor you to prove that they were abused in it India theymay be construed the same is just in I'll a regular break andterrible problem of a product because yeah his longevity of how long you'vehad ed in a eventually you end up paying forthe whole thing in x1 is up %uh do you have a list of class peoplereadily available to handle this affairs you'd better have those things readyespecially a plumber which is an emergency English tuitionanother emergency does to are very important for you tohave I prior to put in the proper in the marketpriority for you to have a tenant in and your property to make sure you knowwho to call in case something happens well as electrical plumbing theother question number nine how often will youdo a physical inspection the property normally you can you don't have theright to just burst into the house and knock on thedoor see him here to proceed to inspect the property you can not do that that's against thelaw you have to keep your attendance right golf for you not to but into theirbusiness and you had to giving enough warning days Monday 24 48 hours depending what you contract you pleasecontact says but you have to give been warning how long is going to be I'll when are you going to makeinspection of the property you want to the dais especially once every year to making sure that yourproperty has been taking care of allowed times I see lol hours cannotforget about is they come back three years later andages horrified to find out their property hasnot been taking care of in his son mess and they have to greed drove the wholething so you need to have an inspection preprelease once a year in number 10 we'll alert you turna boost to your rent in the house you know this is something that you haveto understand the reason why would put dissing here is because you want to have they help for your neighbors to makingsure the Incase something that's happened to give you acall are you want your neighbors now to be day watchdogs for your house in is avery important that you maintained a relationship tothis neighbors because you want to know what's going on in your house old times the bone linesdays renting al residential real estatehistorically is a great investment for you however it is not with those challenges make sure you had decided to rent ahouse because you want to be in the Investor now because you're hoping to get a fewextra dollars by postponing a cell if you'redeciding to rent a house please give me a call and I'll be glad to give you more information more directly relatedto your property the location how much you could expecton a monthly basis from the tent my name is for another also I am a broker owner for Maryland DC andVirginia for Maxis Realty Group I can help you rented property or I canhelp you get top dollar for the property if youdecide to sell please feel free to give me a call I 301 246 seal seal seal on where you can getmore information by going to our website www really niceon the comp slash selling thank you have a great day.

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Should I rent or buy a house?

Let's face it! Figuring what stocks to invest in buying gold or deciding which car to buyare all big financial decisions.

But buying a house is by far thebiggest of them all.

At current real estate and rental rates, home is where the hurt is.

The biggest question then is should you pay rent or buy your own place.

The answer is simple if you thinking long-term paying rent could make a huge dent in your savings.

But if you're thinking short term just thecost of the house you want to buy could end in a hugesigh of defeat.

Or is it that simple? No, but its not trigonometry either.

You will need to answer a few basic questions.

For starters: How much would you pay to rent and what does it cost if you buy? Isn't it better to just buy a house sinceyou buy one at some point anyway? With rising rentals aren't you better off paying an EMI? How long are you planning to live there? What if you relocate? Are you missing out on yet anotherreal estate boom? What if you realise after buying that the price hasn't gone up much? When it comes to housing decisionyou'll probably hear many opinions from different people.

We realise that you house isn't built with money alone.

While it is a decision close to your heart, Our well-researched tools, blog posts and videos help you navigate this decision.

How's that for some good timely advice?.

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How Do I Structure a Deal to Sell a Property That Needs Substantial Repairs?

Hey, it's Joe Crump.

I've got another onehere.

This one is another example deal that I'd like to explain.

This guy has, "…a sellerwith six properties that he wants to sell.

He's an investor.

" We run across a lot ofinvestors through the Automarketer.

You know, they have one ad, one property they're advertisingand then suddenly they say, "Well, I've got six others that I've got," so that's not uncommon.

"All these properties are pretty similar, so I'll just give you one so you can tellme how to structure the deal.

" And that makes a lot of sense when you're, especially whenyou're first getting started.

Do these one at a time.

Say, "Let's just start with one.

I'll show you what I can do.

We'll put it together.

If you like what happens and howit works out, we'll do the other five.

" So keep that in mind.

"So I'll give you one, tell me how to structure the deal.

" Value is $75,000.

The asking priceis $55,000.

He owns them free and clear.

He's owned them for fifteen years and used themas rental properties.

They all need work.

This one needs about $8,000.

A roof, a furnace,some cosmetic work.

It rents for $700 a month.

The taxes and insurance come out to $100 amonth.

This one is vacant.

Three of these are vacant, three are rented.

He says theyrent pretty quickly and when he starts advertising, but he didn't want to rent them if he wasgoing to sell and he doesn't have the money to do the fix up.

What can I offer him thathe might accept? He's retired, wants to stop being a landlord.

Kind of hates it and can'tdo the work on them any longer.

" Yeah, I don't blame him.

I hate being a landlord.

I hate to be property manager.

Get somebody else to do that work for you.

That's no fun.

You'll be burned out like this guy.

If he had somebody else who was managing his propertyfor all these years, it wouldn't be a big deal.

He'd just have them do it.

They'd betaking 10% of the income that was coming in, but he wouldn't have to do any of the work.

He wouldn't be burned out.

He'd be able to keep them.

They'd be in good condition nowbecause a good manager will take care of the properties.

They'll go back in and do thework when it's necessary and he will have properties that will be appreciated ratherthan depreciated which is what he's got going here.

So, he's owned these properties for a while.

He's got a lot of work that needs to be doneit.

If he's asking $55,000 and it needs $8,000 worth of work, that means the prices is goingto be $63,000 just to get it into a place where he can rent it.

If it's $63,000 andit rents for $700 a month, somebody coming in with $63,000, it's not terrible income,you know, I'm going the math in my head, but maybe 8% return on investment after payingfor principal, interest, taxes, or not, you're not going to – well, principal, interest – I'msorry.

If you're paying for it cash, you wouldn't have principal and interest, you have taxes,insurance and property management.

And my guess is it'd be somewhere in the 8%,9%, 10% rate, which is a pretty good return on investment if it's fully rented.

But notgreat.

And so, what can he do to make this work even better? And the better way to dothis is to make it, to give yourself more exit strategies and the way you can do thatis to get it on terms.

So if you got this property on terms for $55,000 and then soldit to an investor, let's say for $5,000, now you're up to $60,000.

He's got to put $8,000,he's going to be up to $68,000.

But if his payments are you know, if he's got rents for$700 a month and he's got $150 of that taxes and insurance, another $50 for, or $70 forthe property management.

Now he's down to $500, you know, let's say $450 a month, it'stake out $150 of that for himself, so $300 a month is what he can afford to pay on themonthly payment.

He takes that $300 a month, divides it into$55,000 and that's going to be the term of the payment, so, if you've got $55,000, dividedby $300, that's 183 months divided by 12, that's 15 years.

Now you've got a 15-yearno interest loan to pay off this property.

So, what happens is it pays the property offin 15 years.

Or you could put more towards it and pay off in 10 years or 8 years if youput the entire amount towards it.

So that would be a great investment for anybody becausethe entire principal is, every payment is entirely principal so every time you get ayou know, make a payment of $300, $300 is profit to you because it's paying down yourprincipal, even though it's not cash flow to you.

Plus you've saved another $150 a monthcash flow for yourself.

And that's probably the way that I would doit.

I would probably want to keep that property.

Maybe want to put the $8,000 in it myself.

Let's say I don't have $8,000 and I want to do this property, then I could sell it toan investor, you know, for the $68,000.

I get the $5,000 for myself and the investorhas to come with the, I guess that was the original scenario, wasn't it? I was sellingit to an investor.

So, I can either keep this property myselffor the $55,000, make the payments of $300 a month and then I have to come up with $8,000to fix it, or I could add $5,000 to it, sell it to an investor.

He makes payments on the$55,000.

I get $5,000 as cash.

I walk away from it.

He has to put another $8,000 intoit.

He's still got a good return on his money because you've set up the payment system forhim to get all principal, every payment that comes in is all principal.

And if you do that,it'll make it really easy for you to turn around and sell.

You might even be able toget $10,000 instead of $5,000 for it because it's still going to be profitable for himin the long run and all he's going to have to do is come up with $8,000 to buy this propertyfor the rehab and then you know, the $5,000 for you, or maybe $10,000 for you if that'sthe case.

So, his money into it instead of being $60,000or $65,000 is going to be $15,000 or $20,000 and there's a lot more investors out therethat have $10,000 or $15,000 or $20,000 to invest than there are people that have $50,000,$60,000, $70,000, $80,000 to invest and they're a lot more willing to do it on something likethis because it's got so much income coming in that pays itself down over time.

All right.

Hope that helps.

Hope it wasn't too muddled.

Thanks now.

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HOW DO I SELL MY HOUSE | #ClosingTalk Ep. 18

Hey everybody thank you for tuning into the18th episode of #ClosingTalk.

We are coming from the Delaware waterfront talking aboutif I were you, how would I sell my house? See a lot of you guys are perfectly capableand knowledgeable enough, and have the intuitive nature to be able to sell your own house,but there are little things you do not know.

Hopefully we will try to dis-spell them.

Sorryfor any of the wind.

There is certainly enough out there.

Nothing I can do about it besidesfight it.

The #1 thing you need to know when selling your own house is listen, I don'tcare what anybody says; 90% of any sale, whether you are selling it yourself or whether itis an agent, is all price.

So if you have the property priced wrong, you are not doingyourself any justice.

See if I was you, what I would do is I would hire an appraiser.

Iwould spend the $450.

I am sorry to break it to you.

If you are trying to sell yourown house, it is going to cost money.

What you are trying to fight with is just how muchmoney is it going to cost.

Beings that price is 90% of the concern here, you need to doyour due diligence.

I am not talking about an appraiser that is going to be an end allbe all, because your buyer is going to have their own appraiser.

At the end of the day,what the appraiser is going to do for you is let you know where to price the property.

See if you price it wrong, the property is going to sit.

If you price it right, I don'tcare what type of distribution you have or what those photos look like, your propertyis going to sell.

It just depends how many offers is it going to get.

See if you knowthe price of the property, you can hone in and know for yourself that you are gettinga fair deal.

See a lot of people think their property is worth a lot more than it actuallyis and they are trying to squeeze every dollar out of it.

That is why they are not gettingtheir property sold.

By having that appraisal done yourself to know a little bit more aboutthe market and give yourself an upper hand to know when you have a fair deal.

In today'smarkets, that is what sells, a fair deal.

No one is trying to take the shirt off ofyour back, but everyone wants to be treated fairly.

The reason why your house is not sellingis because you are not treating the buyer fairly and you need to do that.

How wouldyou like to be treated if you were on the other end of the stick.

Buyers have so muchaccess to information today that you need to price properly.

Anyone can see throughyour little cloud of smoke.

There is just too much access to information that you needto price the property right.

Now, how can you distribute it? You can spend a nominalamount and go to a variety of people who will place your property on the MLS, which is thesame service that us realtor's use.

You can enter it on Zillow.

Com and Trulia.

Com becausethey are all the same site.

You will not be able to enter it on Realtor.

Com because thatis only for REALTOR's, but that is a nominal price for the price overall that you are goingto be saving in commission.

Now lets talk about commission.

Just because you are sellingyour own house does not mean you are going to get lucky and end up not paying a buyerside commission.

You should go into this thinking you are going to be paying 3%.

Listen, ifyou get away with paying less, good for you.

At the end of the day, even paying a buyer'sagent 3% who is capable, willing, and able, is going to save you a lot of time effortand energy.

See, I do not care if your family member is in real estate or you have previousknowledge, at the end of the day, you do not know.

So, there is going to be things youneed help with in the transaction, whether you are represented or not with paperworkand whatnot.

So at least by paying one side of the transaction properly to the right personwho deserves it, will probably get you a little bit farther than just trying to be cheap,and that is what for the most part a For Sale By Owner is.

It is being cheap.

So if youcan master pricing your property and if you can master marketing your property, whichthe marketing is relatively nominal, to fill in the gaps, if you are in an urban area youcan do open houses, otherwise if I was you I would and trying to market your property,I would call the different brokers in the area.

They are going to be a wealth of informationto where as long as you are offering a buyer side commission, who knows, they might haveclients for you and being proactive is always better than being reactive.

So let me knowwhat you think! Have you recently tried selling your own house? Is it going well.

Let me knowbelow.

At the end of the day, I am here for you regardless of what you decide to do.

Whatevercity you are in.

If you are in Philly, New York, or out in California, I don't care,I am here for you.

I am the guy who can help you connect the dots between what you thinkyou know and really need to know in order to be successful in today's marketplace.

Atthe end of the day, this is all about you and your success.

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