How to Save the Sale of Your Home
Discover how to best prepare for the sale of your home in this latest #GTK blog post. Immerse yourself in pricing mastery, negotiation finesse, and the indispensable steps for a seamless and headache-free transaction.
When you sell your home, things can go smoothly or go wrong, and which way it goes depends largely on how well you prepare for the transaction and respond to glitches that may occur along the way.
Your Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network professional can help you determine the right asking price to sell your home the fastest and for the most money. If you list your home too high, you’ll find that homebuyers become more critical and demanding. If your homebuyer feels good about the purchase, they’re more likely to be reasonable with you.
Some homebuyers may not be well prepared enough to buy a home, so it’s prudent for you to insist that only homebuyers who’re pre-approved by a lender or can prove cash assets be allowed inside your home. Ask to see the lender’s letter of pre-approval before you sign a contract.
During the home inspection, homebuyers may fear that the home needs too much work. If there are repairs or replacements to be done, offer to take care of them immediately or be willing to negotiate on price.
Your agent will monitor each step in the transaction to make sure all parties perform their roles, from good faith deposits, to appraisals, to title searches, on time and in a professional manner.
If you’ve put your home in pristine condition and listed it at fair market value, you’ll prevent many problems from occurring. A reasonable homebuyer won’t walk away from a well-kept home at the right price. #BHHS #BHHSRealEstate #HomeSelling
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