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man vs machine

Companies like OpenDoor, OfferPad, Redfin Now and Zillow Instant Offers are online real estate investment companies, commonly referred to as “iBuyers.” They’re hailed for taking the guesswork out of buying and selling homes, because they provide clients with quick offers at a seemingly fair market price.

The reality is those companies are NOT who you want to work with. iBuyers can’t replace real estate professionals for a number of reasons.

For one, sellers could get more for their home. iBuyers’ offers derive from an imprecise algorithm, meaning sellers aren’t getting the most for their home. These algorithms may gather data from the local and nationwide markets, but they do not even come close to the nuance that an experienced real estate

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confused homeowner

When you're in a seller's market, buying a home can sometimes feel impossible. There are a host of factors that—especially if you're a first time home buyer—can feel overwhelming and make you question whether or not you'll ever find the right home for you and your family. Fear not! While the real estate market is volatile and subject to turn on a dime, real estate professionals like The Bell Team make it their business to know where to turn your focus in order to land the right home no matter how difficult the market. For when you're buying in a seller's market, here are six principles to help you make it through on the other end unscathed.

First, it's important to have a good handle on your current situation before you march into the market. Have

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You decide to sell your home: For Sale By Owner (FSBO). Imagine a common real estate scenario where one moment negotiations are taking place on the sale of your home, while calls and meetings with appraisers and contractors are being made, you also have a list of homes you want to walk-thru in the search for your next dream home, not to forget there is a pile of paperwork that needs to be carefully completed for both transactions. It is all resting on your shoulders to complete. Sounds stressful? Time consuming? Hard?

When buying or selling a home, having an agent by your side to represent your best interests is key to keeping your workload down, stress light, and time on your side.

Here are five great reasons you shouldn’t go alone when either

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