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  • Britton Miller
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    I guess it depends on how desperate you are to sell the parcel. they typically are used to a 3% commission when they bring a buyer. If i was listing it for the end user, meaning i’m listing it at full retail price, i would have no problem giving them the commission. If it was listed at wholesale prices, i wouldn’t entertain the agent.

    Britton Miller
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    David, That’s exactly what I did. I had enough info to know i was working with the owner. Everything worked out for me when i recorded. Good luck!

    Britton Miller
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    Its probably to late to help Brandon, but maybe the next person will find this helpful. I put “also known as” right after her name in the main portion of the deed and then only put her current name where she signs. I did this so the notary doesn’t have any issues verifying the individual is also all those other names. I recorded the deed without any issues.

    Britton Miller
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    Hi Rod, can you send PM their contact information. Also, maybe give me a heads up on ballpark numbers. I’ve never hired anyone in that county and know it could be a drive for people… Thanks

    Britton Miller
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    Just keep mailing.You only need one or two to get positive. On my first two mailers I only bought two really small lots, which i’m learning isn’t worth the time and investment. I also only mailed to one county for my first mailer, so I think you’re on a good track since you are already diversifying your business. Thanks for sharing your experience.

    Britton Miller
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    Thanks Kevin, we’ll see where this goes…

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