Things Every Seller Should Know When Selling a Home!
When selling a home, there a number of considerations and decisions which need to be made before the home goes on the market for sale and other decisons which need to made when the home is on the market and is being shown. Decisions like which agent and real estate company to choose, what asking price, preparing the home for viewings, showing instructions and many other considerations.
The home is placed on the market to get it sold. Hopefully, the asking price was set by analyzing a comparative market analysis(CMA) , but what about making the decison to accept a contract offer? What if there are multiple contract offers? Are there considerations in deciding which contract offer would be best? What about the bank appraisal?
The following articles from HouseLogic and the National Association of REALTORS can be very helpful in providing more information in selling a home.
Before you put your home up for sale, use the right comparable sales to find the perfect price. Read
Understanding how appraisals work will help you achieve a quick and profitable refinance or sale. Read
Have a plan for reviewing purchase offers so you don’t let the best slip through your fingers. Read
Working to get your home ship-shape for showings will increase its value and shorten your sales time. Read
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The above article was written by David Fialk, REALTOR, Broker Owner, Choice Realty Co., Iselin, New Jersey and regularly posts real estate articles of interest for home buyers, home sellers and home owners.
David can be reached via email or by phone at 732-283-3400 or at www.DavidFialk.com.
Licensed since 1971, David has helped over 1800 families move across town, across the state and across the country and specializes in the towns of Iselin, Colonia, Edison, Woodbridge, Avenel, Fords, Sewaren, Port Reading, Keasbey, Carteret and Metuchen in Middlesex County, New Jersey.
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