So you’ve put your home on the market and agreed a sale within a couple of weeks at a price that you are very satisfied with. The buyers are obviously well-qualified for the loan they need and you can tell they really love your home. But the contract allows for a 10-day inspection contingency. How much should you be concerned about that? A lot will depend on how much you know about the condition of your home. When you completed the required disclosure forms, your agent will have advised you … [Read more...] about Could A Home Inspection Kill Your Sale?
When you sell your home, it makes sense that you’d want to hire a real estate agent who’s an “area expert”. After all, an agent who is not an “expert” may not realize things or trends in your neighborhood that affect the values. Factors such as the latest information about our award-winning schools. Or what new developments are planned, both residential and retail, that can impact home values one way or another. The thing is, “area expert” is a term used a bit too frequently, … [Read more...] about Why List Your Home For Sale With An Area Specialist?
When you decide to sell your home you have to face facts - you are going to have to endure a degree of inconvenience if you want to get the best price. You will probably have it staged - so you will be living in a somewhat artificial environment for a while. You will also have to vacate your home when an agent has arranged to show it to his buyers And when you have Open Houses you have to disappear for a few hours at a time so that total strangers can walk through it without interacting with … [Read more...] about Open Houses – Are They Necessary Or Not?