SELLING YOUR HOME IN SPRING TIME IS EASY*
by jimmyturano
 SELLING YOUR HOME IN SPRING TIME IS EASY!
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HIRE THE BEST!
HIRE THE BEST!
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*REAL ESTATE NEWS!!! BORN IN BROOKLYN, RAISED IN GLENDALE, AND RESIDING IN MIDDLE VILLAGE HAS BEEN A JOY!

THIS IS MY 34 YEAR IN REAL ESTATE, & RIGHT NOW IT IS GOOD NEWS FOR SELLERS & BUYERS.

Homeowner's who are thinking of selling soon, will have an easy go at it. Reasons why is simple. Homeowners' should let the experienced Broker do his/her job correctly.   

Just like Milk sells at the going price, Homes have values that are in a given range today. The ones that need work have their ranges, semi-modern homes have their ranges and ultra modern homes have their prices.


Pricing has always been key from the get go. When you call upon that experienced Broker, to inspect your home, formulating a price is quite simple. Checking what is called comparible homes that recently sold in the area is another determing factor. Instrumental later on when a buyers mortgage appraiser comes & goes through your home to determine a price. 

However, what sellers should be aware of, is the fact that buyers have been looking, getting a feel of market prices, including missing out on a purchase for reasons of bidding to low in the beginning and totally missing out on that one home they liked.

Ergo, it is imperative for homeowners' to adhere to what the professional Broker determines as a selling range and asking price range.

The change from years ago compared to current market conditions affords both the sellers and buyers a simple selling & buying process.

****Pricing the home correctly from the very beginning, along with still unbelievable low mortgage rates, results in a fairly quickly selling time range of about 3 months. About 4 weeks to sell, then contract & mortgage closing.

Brokers in the community for decades have always had a list of qualified buyers looking, there is no need for Multiple Listing, or signs in front of Homes to sell today!

Quick & easy in a Hot area in demand, and Low mortgage rates=A Quick Sale! 

Selecting the right person for the job is simple to.

Franchises are overrated! Individual achievement, documented on Google web site, with a personal touch by a Broker who resides in the Community depending on his/her skils to out do the competition daily is the go getter attitude that stands out among the rest.

The other Brokers sit behind their desks & let everyone else run around.

Researching today by everyone before they do anything is common. So the same applies for picking that right Broker to represent you the Homeowner.

Example: ENTER ON 'GOOGLE' - JIM TURANO/BROKER

See yourself first hand the acknowledgements, referrals, the awards, & achievements of that individual. Then your decision will be very easy.

THE MOST INFO, THE LARGEST BACKGORUND INFO ANY BROKER COULD HAVE, IS DOCUMENTED ON 'GOOGLE'. NOBODY IN MIDDLE VILLAGE OR THE SURROUNDING AREAS COMES CLOSE TO THE PAGES OF ACCUMULATION, AS ONE BROKER IN ALL OF QUEENS, NEW YORK, AS MY PERSONAL RECORD & REPUTATION SO STATES AND I AM PROUD OF IT.
 

JIM TURANO/DIVERSE REAL ESTATE-7301 METROPOLITAN AVENUE, MIDDLE VILLAGE,NY 11379

ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL 1-347-837-9206 
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robertmurphy
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April 24, 2013
Everyone should support a local businessman, who resides in the area, and has 34 years of experience. You really do not need a Franchise, to sell your home, just someone who knows the area, has decades of experience, makes private appointments with qualified buyers, and sells the home before neighbors even find out.

My clan/family has always used Jim Turano, to sell or buy. He is a Pro, and works harder than most.
JAMESTURANO
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April 21, 2013
Overpriced Homes & Open Houses! Who's fault is it?

UPDATE APRIL 21,2013

I started in 1979, and was taught by my Broker then, and through numerous Seminar courses over the years on pricing Homes to sell. With experience now, and over 3,000 written appraisals to date, I am bewildered at the fact that still in todays Real Estate Market, homes still come on at overpriced asking prices.

Everyone wants the most money they can get, but you can not fool the buyers, and certainly not the Bank appriaser when they come after your offer is accepted and you go into contract.

Location is important, next the exterior of the house, and where it is located on a block. The interrior, appliances, and overall condition to.

If it is by a two way intersection, and or a bus route, or all of the above, then price must be reflected. No garage, an adjustment downward is normal. But if a Garage is under the home, that is nice, but you loose most of your basement then.

Many of the Homes on the Market today reflect the decision making of an agent or Broker, and or agree with the Homeowner's price even if it is unrealistic. THE RESULTS IS IT SITS ON THE MARKET WEEK AFTER WEEK AND MONTH AFTER MONTH!

The benefit to Realtors is they get to post their signs all over, and in turn other potential homeowner's think they are the Realtor to go to, but there not!

Pricing a Home correctly is Key. Selling it within 2 to 4 weeks is about norm. Then contract and in 6o days later a closing.

Homeowners must be shown similar type of homes that sold within a 90 day period and should not expect to get above and beyond the Market Value of today!

It is the Realtors job to also price it correctly, and not pump up a Homeowner with High Expectations, and then put a pin in their balloon at the end.

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L.Christopher
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April 16, 2013
In the Community all my life, fortunate to own some properties in Middle Village, and I always turn to Jim Turano for my Real Estate Business. This is a Sellers market right now. There is a shortage of homes, and the lowest mortgage rates ever. In three weeks, Jim sold our family home with a very qualified buyer. Quick & easy, before anyone even knew the property was for sale.

I highly recommend Jimmy Turano
SALVATOREDIBERNARDO
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April 09, 2013
works harder than his competition