Helpful Hints When Selling Your Home
Showing Your Home
In most cases you do not know the people viewing your home. Make sure your valuables are kept in a safe place and out of sight. Working with licensed Real Estate Professionals are trained to protect your interest in which case your home should only be shown to “serious buyers.” Those that have taken the necessary steps to be formerly preapproved not just prequalified. While there are many ways to accomplish this, all should be verified verbally in addition to requesting the necessary documentation prior to accepting an offer on your property.
You may want to create a “Professional Brochure” with interior and exterior photos. Remember, first impressions count and you’ll definitely want to paint a picture your potential buyer will remember! Swimming pools, new roof, close to schools, etc. For additional information, contact the Real Estate Alliance Group as we look forward to assisting you by providing you the exceptional service our clients have come know and expect!
Should you receive an offer on your home, do not sign anything if you are not at peace with your understanding. Remember, an offer is a binding contract and you may want to hire a licensed professional to represent you or at least review the purchase contract prior to accepting it, with a licensed Realtor who is knowledgeable and very experienced in both real estate and finance, a licensed Real Estate Attorney and your tax consultant.
Have every potential buyer sign a guest directory and keep it handy as you may want to contact them in the future with changes in terms.
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