Twin Cities estate sale

And Repeat: “Never Negotiate Furniture,” “Never Negotiate Furniture. . .”

Novice Realtors Rush In Where Pro’s Fear to Tread “Never negotiate furniture.” “Never negotiate furniture.” “Never negotiate furniture.” “Never negotiate furniture.” Realtors who don’t know the above rule — or forget it — soon get the opportunity to (re)learn it. That’s because negotiating the sale of personal property, particularly furniture, can be more challenging than...
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MLS Input Form: “Is the Owner an Agent? Check ‘Yes’ or ‘No'”

Is That “Minnesota Agent?”  Or, “Agent Anywhere in the U.S.?” [Editor’s Note: The views expressed here are solely those of Ross Kaplan, and do not represent Edina Realty, Berkshire Hathaway, or any other entity referenced. If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney.] You are listing a Twin Cities home being sold by an estate....
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Today’s Estate Sale = Tomorrow’s New Listing (Usually)

“The Clean Slate” Scenario Not every home sale is preceded by an estate sale, but . . . every estate sale is followed by a “For Sale” home. Unless the estate sale happens after the home is sold (technically, when the home is what Realtors call “under contract” or “Pending,” but not yet closed). Got all...
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