listing a home: How to Maximize the Sale of your Home- Part 3 of 5 - 11/16/09 05:28 AM
 IF you missed Part 1 or Part 2 of this series feel free to review and come back!
Step 5:  Take the U out of your HOUSE
Earlier in this series I mentioned that selling can be emotional.  The home you’ve lived in has memories, your belongings and it’s your safe haven.  Realtors know this, but it’s not our job to sell you; it’s our job to sell your home.  Don’t take offense if we’re harsh or insistent on asking you to take down photos or remove belongings.  We are trying to help you detach from your home … (2 comments)

listing a home: How to Maximize the Sale of your Home- Part 1 of 5 - 11/14/09 03:22 AM
If you’re considering selling a home in the Raleigh, North Carolina area my team would be more than happy to answer any questions.  This blog is meant to aide you in moving forward in your decision.
Seller Series Blog:
The decision to sell a home can be exciting, scary, overwhelming and emotional.  It’s not always based upon a positive situation in your life, but you have to look at the big picture.    Moving on or moving up is the next step on your path to a better future.  Things happen that are out … (0 comments)

listing a home: Did I Really Tell Someone NOT to Sell Their Home? - 07/30/09 06:26 AM
Is it possible that selling a home is not a smart idea even if you have equity AND you want to move?  YES...a refinance might be a better financial decision for some people.
I have past clients who purchased a home when rates were a bit higher (7%).  They would prefer to move but after a review of the homes on the market, they didn't see much that they liked.  They figured it would take a few months for their home to sell anyhow, so they called me to stop by for an appointment.
Just so you know, when I set … (1 comments)

listing a home: Are Commissions Negotiable When You Sell a Home? - 06/06/09 05:31 AM
I've had many people ask me online and in the real world "how much is your commission?"  I never give a direct answer but I always tell them...It's negotiable.  I work with your needs and not a set price across the board.
The old school Realtors always stick to their "full service percentages" or their firm requires a minimum fee/commission percentage so they don't have flexibility.  I had a closing yesterday that also had a $150 document processing fee after the seller paid 6% commission to sell the home.  Geeze!
Flexibility to work and help my clients save money was a major … (0 comments)

Erica Crowell (eRealty Inc.)

Erica Crowell

Wake Forest, NC

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Thinking about moving into the Raleigh, Durham, NC area... Educate yourself before you jump into a can save you $$$ This savvy Realtor chick is here to tell it like it is! I cover Raleigh, Durham, Wake County, Cary, Morrisville and the greater Triangle, NC areas.



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