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House Selling For Dummies, 3rd edition

House Selling For Dummies, 3rd edition

New how-to details on staging and curb appeal

The fun and easy way? to minimize selling hassles and get top dollar for your house

Want to stand out to homebuyers in today’s crowded market? America’s #1 bestselling real estate authors ha

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3 Responses to “House Selling For Dummies, 3rd edition”

  • Barbara E Sabo:
    33 of 33 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not one of Eric Tyson’s better efforts, February 4, 1999
    By A Customer

    As an investment professional and self-confessed do-it-yourselfer, I am a great fan of Eric Tyson’s “Personal Finance for Dummies” and “Mutual Funds for Dummies” which empower people to manage their own finances better. It was therefore very disappointing for me to read this book and “Home Buying for Dummies”, only to find that the authors (maybe through Ray Brown’s influence)pound away relentlessly at the notion that the reader REALLY should hire a real estate agent rather than doing it themself. The authors clearly have a much higher opinion of real estate brokers and agents than I do.

    Anyone looking for a reference on how to figure out the finances of buying and selling homes and how to effectively choose and use a real estate agent will likely find these books useful.

    Unfortunately, the “do-it-yourself” crowd needs to look elsewhere or hope for a major revision.

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  • P. Jamison "mortier":
    43 of 45 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t be discouraged, all you FSBOs out there!, December 6, 2000
    By 
    Barbara E Sabo (Viera, FL) –

    While I agree with a previous reviewer that it was a little discouraging that the authors thought so highly of realtors, I just ignored that part and used all the other very useful information in this book. Short story short, our house ad went in the paper on a Friday (in what the book termed “Death Valley” season, no less) and we had our buyer the next Monday!!

    The info on how to spruce up your house and how to negotiate the contract was a big help. We did it all without a realtor, got the price we were aiming for, and avoided that ridiculous commission.

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  • Anonymous:
    39 of 41 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not for “FISBO”s., August 15, 2004
    By 
    P. Jamison “mortier” (Philadelphia) –
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    This book discourages “FISBO’s” (For Sale By Owner) types in favor of hiring a real estate agent. In fact, only one chapter deals with this. I’d recommend this book to those who plan to hire an agency to sell their home. It will inform them of the various machinations of the sales process. For those looking to sell their own property, I recommend “The For Sale By Owner Kit” by Robert Irwin. It’s directed soley at the “FISBO” person.

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