It is easy to become overwhelmed by the process of selling your home. We believe that knowledge is power so feel free to access the resources below to get educated before you interview us to work for you.
Most buyers will be performing inspections as part of their purchase procedures before closing. Sellers can protect themselves from re-negotiations and delays in closing caused by the results of the Buyer’s inspections. The best way to do this is to pre-inspect your property before marketing.
There are many things to do in “polishing up” a house for sale. Some are structural or mechanical others are cosmetic. Once the structural and mechanical repairs are done the material value of the property is secure. Now the optional cosmetic enhancements can be performed.
There are many aspects to selling a house. The most important are the legal aspects. Once understood, then all of the other aspects will fall into place.
The process of moving out starts with the decision to move out. Packing and clearing of clutter in preparation for sale often gets this process started. The more pre-packing and pre-planning done in advance of selling the less stress there is when it is time to move.
The actual time it takes to sell a house varies greatly. Typical phases are; introduction to the market, receipt of offer for negotiation and the escrow or closing process. Properly priced houses in any market condition typically sell in 3 to 6 months.