"What do I do if I need to net a certain amount in order to move? I have to be at my new job in 90 days, but I can’t afford to buy a new home if I take a loss."

Many people in our area are in the same position. Has there ever been a time when you knew you were going to have to make a sacrifice? You knew it was going to be tough and in the end, after analyzing all of your options, you realized that you just had to go for it? And in the end, it all worked out. You made it through the tough times and life went on, maybe even better than before.

Is it more important to get out from under this house, take the new job and work through the tough times, or are you in a position to keep making mortgage payments on this house for a couple of years until property values go back up?

To see how the zac team would get your home sold (and to see the list of the 53 websites we would list your home on!) please visit www.GotZac.com for our Plan of Action and Marketing Plan! Curious as to how much your home would sell for? Check out www.atlanta-homevalues.com for your estimated selling price!

This is part of an on-going question and answer series of the most frequently asked questions we get in real estate. From seller objections to buyer concerns, the zac team will help explain our rationale behind our philosophy in selling real estate here in Atlanta!

#1: “If I list my home with you and buy my next home from you, will you cut your commission?”
#2: “What should I do about keeping my promise to the agent from which I originally bought the home?”
#3: "I have seen this marketing plan from many different agents, what makes yours different?"
#4: “Why is your price so much lower than the other agents that we have talked to? I mean, they have comparisons that show higher prices than yours.”
#5: "Should I wait to sell my Atlanta home until home values go up?"

#6: “How much advertising will you do? Because I want a lot of advertising!”

#7: “Why should I hire such a busy agent? You have so many listings, we want someone that can give us the attention we deserve.”
#8: “Should I find a house before I put mine on the market?”