AOL Real Estate Picks Up Interview With Our Broker Jon Boyd
Specifically, the topic was things seller's agents will say with reference to their listings to try to catch the interest of home buyers. Hint: They are often not true.
These phrases were collected from our national association (naeba.org) and the are definitely genuine.
Here is what you want to consider:
If a real estate agent routinely directs words like these to buyers, why would you ever want somebody like at being your buyer's agent or designated buyer's agent?
Just a idea to consider as you look for for Ann Arbor real estate.
Here is the article.
The Ann Arbor MLS System Is Going Crazy Today!
About an hour ago I started having problems with our MLXchange system. (That is the database of property used by the Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS.)
Today the MLXchange system was crashing a lot when I tried to look at some detailed property listings. To the point is was almost unusable. So I decided to take a break and look at some other things.
Just now I received an automated email of a price reduction that sounded too good to be true. It is a West Ann Arbor home that would be priced around $225,000 and the price noted was $125,000. So, I pulled up the complete data and sure enough it looked like there was a big price reduction.
Well the listing agent is someone I work with a lot and she is normally very professional. As I looked at it closer something didn't make sense so I decided to call her and see if it was just a typo she would want to fix.
I call her and she knows nothing about a price reduction! It would appear that the MLXchange system reduced the price without human intervention!
Either that, or, it has let some quirk in the data slip by where somebody else's reduction was made on this propery.
Very strange day for real estate!
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