Selling your home is very different than a year or two ago. In the recent past, sellers could expect to reduce the sales price by up to $10k and pay all closing costs. Currently, buyers are doing whatever it takes to get a home under contract, but that doesn’t mean it’s final. Here are a few things I recommend before listing your home:
Pre-Inspection: Knowing the condition of your home before listing it for sale could eliminate those inspection negotiations by mitigating the issues beforehand. Not all buyers are waving the inspection and financing contingencies. Buyers may give sellers the price they want, but may still request money back for repairs, which could cost the seller thousands.
Choose Experience: With 17-plus years of selling residential and commercial real estate, I have been in many types of properties, representing sellers and buyers with different real estate goals. Properties like investment, flips, foreclosures, farms, new construction, build to suit, luxury homes and even business brokerage. Having the knowledge to make fast and accurate decisions will give you an advantage.
When selling or buying, choose an experienced REALTOR®️ that knows the market and can foresee any potential contract complications. Hire an upfront, honest agent that can walk through a property during a showing with ability to educate you on any inspection issues. One that can determine the current value, evaluate any costs and predict future potential, saving you time and money
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