Frequently Asked Questions

How can I post my house for sale?

To post your house for sale on Irlanda Realty, simply contact us directly. Our dedicated team will guide you through the listing process, ensuring your property is showcased effectively in Central Florida's vibrant real estate market.

Which type of houses do you take for promoting?

We promote a diverse range of properties at Irlanda Realty, from charming historic homes to contemporary urban dwellings. Our focus is on properties in Central Florida that meet our quality and aesthetic standards, ensuring the best representation for both sellers and potential buyers.

What is your realtor sale commission?

Our realtor sale commission at Irlanda Realty is competitive and in line with industry standards in Central Florida. The specific percentage can vary based on the property and the nature of the transaction. For detailed information tailored to your property, please contact our team directly.

Can I sell a house with a current mortgage?

Yes, you can sell a house with a current mortgage. When you sell, the proceeds from the sale will be used to pay off the remaining mortgage balance. If the sale price exceeds the remaining mortgage amount, you will receive the difference, minus any fees and commissions. However, if the sale price is less than what you owe, you'll be responsible for the difference, unless you arrange for a short sale with your lender. It's always advisable to consult with a real estate professional or attorney to understand the specifics of your situation.

How can I post my house for sale?

To post your house for sale on Irlanda Realty, simply contact us directly. Our dedicated team will guide you through the listing process, ensuring your property is showcased effectively in Central Florida's vibrant real estate market.

Which type of houses do you take for promoting?

We promote a diverse range of properties at Irlanda Realty, from charming historic homes to contemporary urban dwellings. Our focus is on properties in Central Florida that meet our quality and aesthetic standards, ensuring the best representation for both sellers and potential buyers.

What is your realtor sale commission?

Our realtor sale commission at Irlanda Realty is competitive and in line with industry standards in Central Florida. The specific percentage can vary based on the property and the nature of the transaction. For detailed information tailored to your property, please contact our team directly.

Can I sell a house with a current mortgage?

Yes, you can sell a house with a current mortgage. When you sell, the proceeds from the sale will be used to pay off the remaining mortgage balance. If the sale price exceeds the remaining mortgage amount, you will receive the difference, minus any fees and commissions. However, if the sale price is less than what you owe, you'll be responsible for the difference, unless you arrange for a short sale with your lender. It's always advisable to consult with a real estate professional or attorney to understand the specifics of your situation.

How can I post my house for sale?

To post your house for sale on Irlanda Realty, simply contact us directly. Our dedicated team will guide you through the listing process, ensuring your property is showcased effectively in Central Florida's vibrant real estate market.

Which type of houses do you take for promoting?

We promote a diverse range of properties at Irlanda Realty, from charming historic homes to contemporary urban dwellings. Our focus is on properties in Central Florida that meet our quality and aesthetic standards, ensuring the best representation for both sellers and potential buyers.

What is your realtor sale commission?

Our realtor sale commission at Irlanda Realty is competitive and in line with industry standards in Central Florida. The specific percentage can vary based on the property and the nature of the transaction. For detailed information tailored to your property, please contact our team directly.

Can I sell a house with a current mortgage?

Yes, you can sell a house with a current mortgage. When you sell, the proceeds from the sale will be used to pay off the remaining mortgage balance. If the sale price exceeds the remaining mortgage amount, you will receive the difference, minus any fees and commissions. However, if the sale price is less than what you owe, you'll be responsible for the difference, unless you arrange for a short sale with your lender. It's always advisable to consult with a real estate professional or attorney to understand the specifics of your situation.