Seller FAQ

Here are some of the common questions we hear from sellers. If you don’t see the answer you need please contact us. We’re happy to help!

Passing Property Inspection

You’ve decided to sell your home but how do you know how much it’s worth? We’re happy to value your home and provide you with an estimate of the net proceeds you’ll walk away with at closing. No reason to start preparing your home for sale until you know about how much it’s worth and  [ read more ]

Here are the most common mistakes we see when people are picking an agent to help them sell their home: The agent that values the home the highest. It is tempting to go with the listing agent that says you’ll get the highest price but is it realistic and based on recent sales data or  [ read more ]

You’ve decided the time is right to sell your home. Great, that’s an exciting first step…but now what? It can be a little intimidating and nerve-wracking to try to figure out where to start the process. So many things to think about, so many questions. One of the first questions you should be asking yourself  [ read more ]

Pop the champagne, you made it! You’re ready to close on the sale of your home. So what should you expect around closing time? First, you’ll want to review your closing figures before closing. Typically these can be provided to you by the title company 3-7 days in advance of closing. By reviewing the figures  [ read more ]

Once you sign the contract you’ll need to perform according to the obligations you agreed to in the document. The good news is the seller doesn’t have to do much in this phase, most of the work during the under contract period is done by the buyer. The contact you sign obligates you and the  [ read more ]

Inspections are critical. In this tight seller’s market some buyers are waiving their inspections but as I mentioned earlier I think that is a bad move. You should expect your buyer to inspect the home. In most competitive situations right now many clients are largely giving up their right to object to minor items, but  [ read more ]

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