San Mateo, Burlingame and Hillsborough Real Estate
I’m surprised more buyers don’t ask this question. It’s not just the experience we have gained going through the process, but feeling the stress just like our clients.
So Harry, how do you really feel?
I’m open to any forum, but like to focus mostly on real estate.
I cannot say that I disagree with everything you said, but I think you would be better off sharing your thoughts on the above subject with our politicians.
Thanks for the comment. Cashin Company was aquired by Coldwell Banker about 4 months ago.
The Brokers and agents were shocked even though we had heard the rumors. But I have kept an open mind and I’m really impressed with the marketing and support I have gotten from Coldwell Banker so far.
Well said, Dallas. You obviously work by referrral and repeat business like myself.
Ver true, Allen. The reason most sellers would prefer to give you a credit instead of fixing the problem is because of liability.
It’s best to sell the home AS-IS and have the buyer choose who they would like to fix the problem.
They may have a relationship with a contractor they trust, or be able to shop the price and get a better deal.
Thanks for writing, it’s much appreciated.
It’s negotiable. You can pretty much do as you wish. Most agents will only take a minimum 90 listing.
Even if I were to take a 30 listing, I would need another 30 days to allow for the home to close escrow, which is normally 30 days.
Thanks for your question, feel free to write or call anytime.
That’s very nice of you, thanks Beduti.
Chris, It’s our job as agents to educate our buyers and sellers. We do this every day, they don’t.
Thanks for checking out my site.
I always tell people the difference between a good agent and a great agent is their knowledge and their ability to use that knowledge to their advantage.
Thanks Jeff, it’s important in any market, but especially now.
Thanks for your comment Michael. I agree, it’s a win-win, and getting a seller credit is always nice.
When you close is not relevant, the whole point was if you should be looking for a home during the holidays and could find a good buy.
Thanks for the spam!
Hi John, one big difference is that Parkside is in the Aragon School District where the other two are not.
It also seems like the homes are in a little better shape. You might also want to keep you eyes open to the Village.
Thank you and have a Happy Holiday.
By the way, if you are not working with another agent, I will be more than happy to set you up on an email alert so you can follow the market. Do yourself a favor and get pre-approved for a loan first if you haven’t already,
I agree, it was an ease to both my mind and the sellers that we agreed on a price that has comparables to back up the price we chose.
To double check that price we will also be having a “rev” on the property.
Thanks Paul! I will be contacting you soon about having you give a few home inspection tips via video on the site 😉
Thanks for the support Max!
True enough. Thanks. Dave
That’s one way of looking at it, but I think it’s a little different because the ones who are getting a tax deductions are actually investing their own money, and also creating jobs for others. I’m all for helping out when people are down, but at what point to we say as a whole that enough is enough. Cheers, Tap!
Amen Sheila. There’s enough negativity going around that it’s nice to hear something positive and the world is not going to end. Dave
Thanks for sending us a email. It’s much appreciated. If you have any real estate questions, feel free to ask. Tap
Hey Jeff, great reply. Thanks for sharing. TAP
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