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How to Sell A Home with Tenants: 3 Tips

Make sure you know when the lease will end, and when the tenants will begin a month to month tenancy. These are important facts to relay when selling a home with tenants. Investor buyers willl want to know, and other buyer will want to know when the tenants can vacate the property. Also, make sure you know how much notice the tenants are entitled to for showings - a well written lease will include a provision about notice.
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Top 5 Short Sale Myths

Myth #1: I have to be an owner occupant to qualify for a short sale. Where did this myth come from? I’ve done short sales for investors and non-owner occupants. They happen all the time. I just listed a home where the lender told the owner to do a short sale on their rental property. You can sell your investment or rental property via short sale.
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Who Pays the Real Estate Commission in a Short Sale Transaction?

The number one question I'm asked by home owners contemplating a short sale is "Who pays your commission?" Often people are already cash strapped in a short sale situation and they wonder if they have to pay a real estate agent out of their own pocket in order to short sell their property. The short answer is that is the bank. Of course, every real estate company writes their own listing agreements. Some require that owners make up any short fall in what the bank will pay with their own funds. But, most will settle for what the bank will agree to pay them.
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