Your First Offer Sends a Message. An initial offer that’s too low may cause the seller to fire back with a higher price, or not respond at all. Also note that haggling sellers down to their lowest price may make them less likely to cover repairs.
The Title May Come With Baggage. You’ll need to use a title company or attorney to run a “title search” on your prospective home. This checks for issues like back taxes, liens, etc. that might affect the transaction.
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Thinking about selling your home? As you start the process, consider the following suggestions.
Keep the Price Realistic. Name your price based on the guidance of your real estate pro, who has access to current market data. An overpriced home takes longer to sell; make it easier by keeping it fair.
Stage Your Home. Staging your home to reflect layout and design trends can make it more appealing to buyers, and so can professional listing photos. I’ll take care of this for you during the selling process!
Updates Are Investments. Replacing old appliances and fixtures and de-cluttering your home will make it more attractive to buyers and potentially increase the value. View these updates as an investment, not an expense.© 2020 Buffini & Company. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission. RMMK MARCH S – 5 Tips Buyers Should Know