Realtor Tips

Agent Confidential Remarks in Sacramento MLS

Agent Confidential Remarks In Sacramento MLS

Agent confidential remarks in Sacramento MLS is the best-kept secret because many agents do not read them. Why do you ask? Well, the idea is the comments are not for public viewing. They might consist of an alarm code, information about offer submission, whether someone died in the property, and so on. Metrolist only lets agents put marketing comments in the MLS for the general public. We cannot insert disclosure comments or title company information and, of course, tenant information is not on public display. read more

A Realtor’s Annual Physical

A Realtor's Annual Physical

A Realtor’s annual physical is always interesting. To learn all the things about your health is always interesting. You learn so much about how to improve all of your scores on the health profile.

What is important is that you have a physical and compare how other people you know with health issues are trying to improve their health.

If you are a Realtor and want to sell real estate for a very long time, a good idea is to complete a Realtor’s annual physical.

If you are interested in selling your real estate, please call Weintraub & Wallace Team with RE/MAX Gold at 916-233-6759. read more

Should Buyers Inspect Septic Tanks?

Should Buyers Inspect Septic Tanks?

Should buyers inspect septic tanks? When making a home purchase, many rural areas do not have public sewer service. In these cases, a septic tank is used, and it is buried under the ground usually down a foot or two. These tanks are recommended to be pumped out 3-5 years, depending on with whom you speak. The more people, the more flushes, the more laundry, the more showers. If you start having a back up, call your septic service quick.

During a buyer’s inspection period, buyers are afforded an opportunity to inspect the septic system. There are many types of systems such as an engineered dosing systems, and most often in Sacramento County you will see leech lines running from the septic. read more

Making Repairs that Payoff When Selling

Repairs ha Pay

Here is another interesting article written by Elizabeth Weintraub for another website, which I hope you will enjoy:

A seller who is putting his home on the market next week needed to get his home in shape to sell, but he had a few marks on his kitchen wall that required repair. He had tried to match the wall color in the kitchen, but could not find a good match. As a result, he ended up with two big splotches of brownish shades on his brown wall. He wanted to leave it that way. He was tired of making repairs and spending money to fix up his home before selling it. read more

After Your Listing Expires

After your Listing expires, is a great article previously written by Elizabeth for another website. This situation described below happens all the time to agents when they expire out or cancel a listing to obtain a new MLS #. Why pull a new MLS #? By design to freshen up a listing with a price reduction, it sells homes. Enjoy, as it is a good read.

— JaCi Wallace

When a listing expires, all of a sudden, sellers start to hear from real estate agents. They will receive letters in the mail, telephone calls and a few aggressive agents may even show up on the doorstep, ringing the bell. All this activity might make a seller think, “Hey, my property is really hot!” But you might be better off looking in the mirror to find the reason your listing expired. read more

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