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11
Jun

Typical Real Estate Terms

By: Brandon Nathan

Real estate auction terms are usually very similar for all auctions. The terms you will usually see that may be different from private negotiated sales have to do with earnest money, as-is, contingencies, closing date, and consistency. Auction terms are not subject to renegotiation after the fact, so only bidders willing to accept the terms should bid at a real estate auction. Buyers should read the auction contract carefully as a part of their pre-auction due diligence.

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11
Jun

How to Get Your House to Sell Fast

By: Brandon Nathan

Selling your home is rarely a stress-free experience. This is especially true when you need to sell your residence quickly, for whatever reason. The good news is that it is possible to sell your home in a short amount of time. You can even do this in a bad real estate market. The key is to rely on several proven strategies that cut the marketing time on residences no matter how the overall real estate market is performing.

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11
Jun

Strategic Marketing for Auction Sellers

By: Brandon Nathan

Marketing a property for auction begins with the first meeting between Crye-Leike and the seller. Our real estate marketing professionals carefully evaluate every property listed to determine whether it is a candidate for a conventional marketing program, or would be better suited with the accelerated marketing (auction) method. Crye-Leike Auctions concentrates completely on attaining true value. Every property is packaged for maximum positive impact to prospective buyers. A signed agreement will put Crye-Leike's auction team to work for you during the marketing process.

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