selling a home in san diego: What's in the Commission? I prefer paying a Flat Fee. - 01/03/21 01:52 AM
What's in the Commission? I prefer paying a Flat Fee.
Attention Homeowners thinking of Selling your Home, your REALTOR is someone you Hired.  Their Goal is to Net you the Best proceeds at the Close of Escrow.  The Majority of REALTORS work under a Broker's License, which they are on a Split Commission.  Real Estate Listing Fees are not set by Law, and varies from Broker to Broker.  Before you Hire a REALTOR, Interview them.  Your Questions should be more towards have you sold any Homes within the past 12 Months?.  Do they have knowledge of your Market Area?  Ask for a Comparative … (3 comments)

selling a home in san diego: Don't Accept an All Cash Offer, until you Read This... - 08/27/18 01:06 PM
Don't Accept an All Cash Offer until you Read the Terms, and Conditions.  1st let's understand the Sell of your Home.  No Matter if it's Financing or Cash, when Escrow Closes you will receive Cash.  You see the Ads on the Internet, the Signs on the side of the Road "We Buy Homes for Cash".  Some are Legitimate Investors, trying to find a Good Deal.  Some are Wholesalers, Trying to Earn a Profit by Assigning their Contract they have with a Home Owner.
Buying a Home is one of the Biggest Investment decision you will make in your Life.  Selling your Home … (2 comments)

selling a home in san diego: Why are you Selling your Home? - 03/22/18 06:23 AM
Why are you Selling your Home?  There are many reasons not to Sell your Home; Memories, Attachment, Starting the Home Buying Process Over, etc.  Here are some reasons why you should Sell your Home; Downsizing, Empty Nesters, Medical  reasons, Maintenance.  There is a reason to Sell, or Not to Sell your Home.
Once you have made the decision to Sell, prepare yourself, and your Home.  Here are some suggestions, which could make the Sell of your Home flow smoothly:
Get the following Inspections before you put your House on the Market:
*Home Inspection.
*Roof Inspection.
*Plumbing Inspection.
*Electrical Inspection.
*Termite Inspection.
This is not required, and each Inspection will … (1 comments)

selling a home in san diego: What is your San Diego Home Worth? - 03/26/14 02:09 AM
What is  your San Diego Home Worth?
Thinking of Selling your Home? Get the Facts.
There are many Factors in finding the Value
of your Home. Get Details: http://www.searchallproperties.com/homevalue/Agentdon/San+Diego%2C+California
Don Alexander REALTOR(R)
1st Prime Realty
619-581-4255
CA BRE LIC 01456248
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Short Sale Assistance, 1st Prime Realty is here to help... Get Help today. 1st Prime Realty assist Home Owners in the Short Sales process. What's a Short Sale? Its selling your Home for Less than you Owe. Example: Home Bought in 2004 for $350,000, Home Owners are in a Financial Hardship, because Loss of Income. Mortgage Payments are 3months behind. Home Owner Contacts 1st Prime Realty, Home Owner Authorized the Sale, Marketing Plan Locates a Qualified Buyer, Offer $180,000 with acceptable Terms/Condition, Submitted to the Foreclosing Bank, with Short Sales Package, Bank reviews the Offer, Senior Management Approves, Sends Letter approving Short Sale, Home Owners Signs, Home Buyers Sign, Escrow Closed, and Home Owners are able to move forward without a Foreclosure. Short Sale Approved. The above is only an example, the Short Sales process, has many stages, and a Trained Short Sales Broker should always assist Home Owners in the Sale of their Home. 1st Prime Realty is a Certified Short Sales Real Estate Brokerage by the National Association of REALTORS, and has been given the Short Sales, Foreclosure Resource Designation. We strive to assist all Home Owners who are seeking a Short Sale of their home. Not all Short Sales are approved, the determination depends on many Factors, and your Financial Hardship is the Primary concerns of Most Banks. If you are a Home Owner, and have a Legitimate Financial Harship call 1st Prime Realty, we would like to help. Financial Hardships: *Loss of Income. *Job Loss. *Relocation. *Divorce /or Legal Separation. *Illness. *Death of Spouse/ or Partner. *Victims of Mortgage Fraud. etc. Call us today for more information. Don Alexander REALTOR/Broker 1st Prime Realty 619-581-4255 D.R.E Lic.#01456248 • Location: El Cajon Enlarge Picture Enlarge Picture Enlarge Picture


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