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How Long of a Listing Should Sellers Sign?

How Long of a Listing Should Sellers Sign?

How long of a listing should sellers sign? Below is a previous post for another website written by Elizabeth. This topic is relevant, timeless and a question sellers are curious about. Enjoy. -- JaCi Wallace Sellers rarely question the length of their listing contracts. They simply accept whatever term the agent puts into the listing agreement. However, it is the seller's responsibility and legal right to choose the length of the listing. Although, agents can help guide a seller by suggesting a listing term based on the average days on market, it is not the agent's decision to make.[...]
Why Agents Accept Overpriced Listings

Why Agents Accept Overpriced Listings

Why agents accept overpriced listings was written by Elizabeth for another web publication, previously. This information is completely current in today's market as well. Enjoy. -- JaCi Wallace So, the for sale sign goes up down the street, and the first thing neighbors will do is call the listing agent to ask, "How much?" (Unfortunately, that's often the number that gets stuck in that neighbor's head when that person decides to sell the following month / year, but that's another story and another blog.) A neighbor's first response upon hearing the price is often, "Wow. That's a lot." And[...]
September 2019 Homes For Sale, Sold And Pended

September 2019 Homes For Sale, Sold And Pended

The September 2019 Sacramento homes for sale, sold and pended graph above shows some trends to keep in mind this fall. The pendings are higher than they have been all year. Inventory has stayed close over the last six months. Closings were a little down, but that could be longer duration escrows. The September closed sales numbers will answer if this is relevant. Inventory is significantly lower than a year ago. There does not seem to be an impression that pricing is going down in Sacramento as demand is high and inventory is down. Buyers write your highest and best[...]
Title Held In Trusts And Divorce

Title Held In Trusts And Divorce

Dealing with title held in trusts and divorce is an interesting topic. When people get married, they often create a trust together. In general, they are each named as a trustee. When they buy a home, the title is often put into a trust. Unfortunately, in some cases, divorce happens. On this topic, I received a phone call from a referral source. He said he had met someone divorcing and they needed to sell their home. Signing documents online is generally simple enough. This may not be possible in a divorce, especially if they are still living together in the[...]
Obtaining Buyer Feedback

Obtaining Buyer Feedback

Obtaining buyer feedback is an article published by another website and was written by Elizabeth. Feedback is very important to sellers and something we strive to do. It is not EZ obtaining buyer feedback as agents once they have left the property, are often out of sight out and out of mind. Sacramento Realtors sometimes don't call us back. After 3 calls, emails and texts to contact them, we can be sure they probably are not interested. Enjoy, -- JaCi Wallace The only person whose opinion matters when your home is listed for sale is not you. It's not your[...]
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