Representation: Who represents you to sell your home often may save you a lot of money and get you a great deal. So instead of making an hasty decision and shopping around for real estate salesperson it is advised to look for an local real estate expert; who understands the neighborhood and will help you price your home right at the same time help you save money.
Signing Documents: Before you sign a listing agreement with the brokerage, ensure you know what it means, how long it will be in effect and what the different clauses mean. Contact us for more information ask questions and seek independent legal advice if you’d like a second opinion.
Understand Your Options: When reviewing offers on your home, the details of the offers will remain confidential between you and your real estate professional. You may get multiple offers, and your real estate professional is there to help you make the best choice.
Budget: Remember that there are closing costs associated with selling a home: real estate commissions, legal fees, moving expenses, and more.
Contingency: Does your closing date on the sale align with when you’ll be moving into your new home? Have a contingency plan in place in case the dates don’t match up. Also make sure to estimate the closing costs and any other contingency costs.
A registered real estate professional can help you navigate the many steps and decisions involved in the home selling process.