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The Homeowner's Guide to for Sale by Owner: Everything You Need to Know to Sell Your Home Yourself and Save Thousands [With CDROM]

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American homeowners saw the real estate landscape change in recent years. Most cities in America have “buyer’s markets,” meaning you may have to go that extra mile if you want to sell your home. This book details each benefit that going FSBO can bring you, and explains how you can accomplish this task while saving money. With the help of this new book and companion CD-ROM, ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Atlantic Publishing Group (FL) (first published April 20th 2008)
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Heather
May 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
“The Homeowner’s Guide to FOR SALE BY OWNER” was written by Jackie Bondanza about what a homeowner can do to sell their home. It is directed towards people who wish to sell their home by themselves and not with a realtor. But if you are using a realtor, then this book is just as important for you. The information given is applicable to both the person selling on their own and those selling using an agent.

The book covers many areas such as “Selling in a Buyer’s Market versus a Seller’s Market,” h
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Irene
Jun 09, 2011 rated it really liked it
The author of this book is neither a real estate agent or broker nor does she give any indication that she has sold her own home. Her expertise is freelance writing and helping others develop books. After reading the bio I wondered how good this book would really be.

The author did do research and does give much information for the first time seller of his or her own home. Being in real estate myself and selling many homes through an agent or on my own I felt that the information given is valuabl
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Very informative. A good reference for the FSBO inclined.
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“Proximity to transportation How close your house is to trains, buses, or any other mode of public transportation is a significant factor for buyers, particularly if you live on the outskirts of a major city. Garden City, for instance, is about 18 miles east of New York City, and the vast majority of residents commute by train to the city for work. Houses that are in walking distance of a train station are more attractive for buyers in this area because of convenience and may even sell for a slightly higher price than a similar home on the other side of town that is not in walking distance of the train.” 0 likes
“Safety Another factor that affects a local real estate market is the crime rate. A high-crime area is likely not going to yield you a premium price, as these areas tend to be less desirable.” 0 likes
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