Creating your own seller’s market

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I have the honor and pleasure of being a contributor at Dayton Ohio’s online magazine, DaytonMostMetro.com. My latest post discusses how home seller’s in Dayton OH can create demand for their home through Land Contracts and other seller financing: You’ve heard that this is a Buyer’s Market? Well here’s the thing: Every market presents a great opportunity […]

Short Sales in Dayton Ohio: Do new guidelines affect you?

For most homeowners in Dayton Ohio who find themselves unable to continue to pay their mortgage, a short sale is one alternative to a traditional sale that they will want to consider, and short sales reach across all price points for real estate, so if you have an upscale or luxury home, you are hardly alone. If you have any questions about selling your Dayton home through a short sale, doesn’t it make sense to at least talk to a Realtor about your options? Call Teri Lussier, Exit Realty Central, 937-478-7781 to hear more about how this alternative might be able to help get you what you want in the time you want it.

Sellers Ask: Are vacant homes in Dayton harder to sell?

Short answer is “Yes”. Long answer is “Depends”. Let’s start with the long answer: Dayton investors, flippers, intrepid pioneers often want to see the bones of the home: What do they need to replace, repair, rehab. They don’t care about any emotional attachment to the home because this home purchase is a financial decision. They […]

A Brief How and Why of Short Sales in Dayton Ohio

the need for competent, experienced Realtors who specialize in short sales in Dayton Ohio has increased tremendously. Short Sales are not easy, but they are not impossible either, and since I first wrote this, Exit Realty Central has begun a comprehensive Short Sale Plan to increase the chances of helping sellers who are in a position to take advantage of this foreclosure alternative. You may not qualify for a Short Sale Plan, and a short sale may not be the best choice for you, but you will never know unless you talk to a real estate agent who has short sale experience. You do not have to wait until you are facing foreclosure.