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By Jan Gaweda, BUY SELL FIX FLIP RENT
(Realty Mark CityScape- BUY SELL FIX FLIP RENT)
Fielding a Lowball Purchase Offer on Your Home Consider before you ignore or outright refuse a very low purchase offer for your home. A counteroffer and negotiation could turn that low purchase offer into a sale.Read Keep Your Home Sale from Falling Apart After finding a buyer, all you have to do to make it to closing is to avoid these five traps. Read 6 Reasons to Reduce Your Home Price While you’d like to get the best price for your home, consider our six reasons to reduce your home price. Read 6 Tips for Choosing the Best Offer for Your Home Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers. Read 7 Tips for a Profitable Home Closing Be sure you’re walking away with all the money you’re entitled to from the sale of your home. Read
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By Vacation Rentals The Jeff Rickert Team, Poconos Vacation Rentals
(RE/MAX Property Specialists)
  Jeff and Heather Rickert, Realtor®, RSPSNew Home Construction SalesResale Home SalesInvestment Properties    Keller Williams Real Estate601 Bethlehem PikeBuilding B, Suite 100Montgomeryville, PA 18936Main Office: 215-631-1900Direct: 215-850-9640 · Contact FormWhat Others Are Saying... Real Estate in Lower Salford, Souderton, Telford, Skippack, in Montgomery and Bucks County, PA Featured Homes For Sale | Search All Homes For Sale | Building Lots For Sale | New Home Construction | 55+ Communities   
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By The Scott Loper Team Bux-Mont Premier Properties
(Keller Williams Real Estate - Montgomeryville)
This is a common lament of sellers today.  And no wonder, in Montgomery County, there are over 5,500 homes currently on the market.  Year to date in 2011, 4,649 homes have sold, 926 are currently pending settlement, and 3,055 sellers gave up and their listings are currently expired or withdrawn. As the numbers show, buyers do exist and homes sell every day.  But the numbers also show that there are a whole lot of homes available for sale and sellers who would like to move.  At the current rate, it will take nine more months to work off the current inventory (assuming no new homes come on the market which is obviously unrealistic).  Then why does one house sell within a few days of listing while others have languished on the market for months if not years?  This is not a simple question ...
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By The Scott Loper Team Bux-Mont Premier Properties
(Keller Williams Real Estate - Montgomeryville)
Everyone knows it is a buyer's market. The news, the number of homes on the market, the number of foreclosures -- they all speak to what a tough real estate market the country is currently facing. Agents get it; sellers get it. However, homes will sell in any market. Regardless of the market, all sellers want: To get their home sold. To sell for the most money. To sell quickly. To sell with the least headaches. What sellers don't want:  To hear their agent complain about the market.  To hear about the other homes their agent has sold. To hear about the awards their agent has received. To sell in any market (but especially in a buyer's market), agents need:  Experience and knowledge of the local market to make the right recommendations for preparing the home for sale and more importantly...
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By The Scott Loper Team Bux-Mont Premier Properties
(Keller Williams Real Estate - Montgomeryville)
As the country battles itself out of the recession, a certain wave of practicality has swept through the housing industry. Home buyers are more cautious about their investments and want affordable homes in great condition and great locations. If they don't feel like a home is superior in terms of updates and amenities, they want a deeply discounted price. Downsizing to a smaller home, low mortgage balances and eco-friendly homes are becoming very chic. Here is a sampling of what is popular right now: Smaller Homes: According to the National Association of Home Builders, the median size of a US home in 2007 was 2,277 sq. ft.; in 2009, that size shrunk to 2,135 sq. ft. The number of rooms isn’t changing but the size of them are. Smaller homes generally mean smaller mortgages and property ...
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By Vacation Rentals The Jeff Rickert Team, Poconos Vacation Rentals
(RE/MAX Property Specialists)
  Today We had our 2010 awards and this is what we received: 3rd in Total Listing & Sales Volume 2nd in Sales Volume (Closed Buyers Sides) 3rd in Listing Volume (Closed Seller Sides) 1st in Total Number Of Buyer Sales 1st in Total Number of Listings Taken 1st in Total Number of Closed Units Nationally we received GOLD! What does this all mean? Do you put this on our website? Your business cards? What do you do with the info?      Jeff and Heather Rickert, Realtor®, RSPSNew Home Construction SalesResale Home SalesInvestment Properties    Keller Williams Real Estate601 Bethlehem PikeBuilding B, Suite 100Montgomeryville, PA 18936Main Office: 215-631-1900Direct: 215-850-9640 · Contact FormWhat Others Are Saying... Real Estate in Lower Salford, Souderton, Telford, Skippack, in Montgomery and...
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By Jan Gaweda, BUY SELL FIX FLIP RENT
(Realty Mark CityScape- BUY SELL FIX FLIP RENT)
Why would a consumer need an agent to represent them when building new construction? 1) The agent at the site most likely represents the builder, they are not there to help you, the consumer. 2) A buyer's agent can inform the client of potential issues in construction, trys to educated the consumer, knows what questions to ask, you don't always get what you see from the builder. I have run into many homeowners that would have done things differently and wish they only know better. 3) How many of those foreclosures were with customers that had no representation? A lot of them! May I point out how a house appraises for the builder, but when you go to resale, it doesn't, ever wonder how that happens? 4) An experienced agent will save the consumer money building with new construction, buil...
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By Josh and Jenn McKnight Team
(Keller Williams Real Estate)
0 200730915 101 STOCKTON CT AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLCvsLEO, EDWARD B Montgomery 460003405347 SCHMIEG, DANIEL G. Pstpnd by CO to7/29/2009 $146,196.43$2,233.29 0 200812390 301 ANTHONY CT COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INCvsKRAMER, TAE S Montgomery 460000009422 SCHMIEG, DANIEL G. Pstpnd by CO to7/29/2009 $254,954.08$1,269.23 0 200806910 3606 CARRIAGE CT WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY FSBvsJUMPP, FRANK Montgomery 460000547355 Levant, William J. Pstpnd by CO to8/26/2009 $316,559.41$2,009.54 0 200822661 3606 CARRIAGE CT NORTH HSBC Bank USA NA as trustee/noteholders of Renaissance Home Equity Loan notes, series 2005-2vsJUMPP, FRANK & THE U. S. of A. Montgomery 460000547355 Arkema, Chandra M. Pstpnd by CO to8/26/2009 $296,223.09$1,881.78 0 200710198 2109 GOODWIN LN Deutsche Bank National Truust Co/t...
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39 East 3rd Street Lansdale PA USA  - Just Sold by the Bradbury Team!That's Right, We did it again!  We have sold another home!  In the Lansdale Boro in Montgomery County PA USA, This spacioius townhome is sold!    http://www.bradburyteam.com/  215-536-6777 x 329 fax:  215-536-7170 Just Sold!  39 East 3rd StreetLansdale, PA USA 19446$159,900Listed PriceThe Bradbury Team   The Bradbury TeamDon Bradbury, Jodi Cheatle, Marilyn Woldow, Linda Hoy Jen Lorenz and Janice KuttColdwell Banker Heritage Real Estate1448 West Broad StreetQuakertown, PA 18951215-536-6777 x 329
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By Charlie Hoffmann, Realtor - SRES
(Weichert Realtors Spring House )
Wouldn't it be great to see an influx of first time buyers enter the market from the rental community?  What more is it going to take.  Interest rates appear to be just below 6 percent, the stock market should end the day in positive territory and there is an abundance of desirable properties on the market. National reporting of the doom and gloom within the housing market is not helping.  Has anyone informed those naysayers that real estate is LOCALIZED?  Just think what a shot in the arm it would be if the local media began to tout the positive markets within our region. Just as an example, look at the TREND results for Q4 from Montgomery Township's 19454 Zip Code.  Average price per home UP 9.80% and selling for 96.4% of listed price (with average days on market of 66!).  Granted hom...
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