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Real Estate Team Malooley Barrera Gives Valuable Advice About Coming Soon Signs

Avoid Coming Soon pre-sale signs. For top dollar offers on your valued property, find a local real estate agent that you like and that has a track record of proper representation. 

Sep 23 2013, 9:36am CDT | by PR.com

Real Estate Team Malooley Barrera Gives Valuable Advice About Coming Soon Signs
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Dallas, TX, September 23, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Malooley | Barrera Real Estate Group of Ebby Halliday in Dallas, Texas has been selling real estate in the Dallas market for 15+ years. They just published a new blog post advising potential real estate sellers to avoid previewing their listing with a Coming Soon sign. Coming Soon signs, in their opinion, are attracting low ball offers from real estate investors or buyers that are trying to submit an offer before the property's full value is realized. The real estate market is on fire in Dallas; sales are up 12% according to Dallasnews.com. Malooley | Barrera's opinion is that your home is one of the largest investments you'll make in your lifetime and you can feel lucky to sell at a time when the market is yielding its highest returns. Give yourself every advantage as a seller to make the most out of your investment. "The biggest hype on a property for sale comes during the first week or two the home makes its debut in the market and is published in MLS. Agents from all over the city with prospective buyers are looking for new listings daily. "Coming soon signs circumvent this advertising opportunity and ultimately cheat the seller out of thousands of dollars," said Malooley Barrera. Selling your home with representation is the best way to go in a competitive market. For more information about the Dallas real estate market contact Malooley Barrera Real Estate Group in Dallas, Texas.

Amy Malooley and Rene Barrera formed the Malooley Barrera Group to offer outstanding customer service combined with cutting-edge knowledge of the real estate industry, specifically in the Dallas market.

Contact Information:
Malooley Barrera Real Estate Group
Rene Barrera
214.497.2035
Contact via Email
http://malooleybarrerarealestate.wordpress.com
Amy Malooley, 214.773.5570
Mila Senn, 214-597-0160, Billow Marketing

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