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Handle Settlement Details
Manage settlement details carefully to prevent problems and a lost or delayed sale. Schedule inspections, appraisals, conduct the buyer’s walk-through inspection, obtain all the necessary paperwork (including the legally required settlement statement and loan documents from the buyer’s lender). During the 30 days before your closing date, be sure to stay in touch with the lender every 2-3 days to make sure they have everything needed for closing and to make sure everything is staying on schedule. Be ready to answer any questions about the settlement details from the buyer, lender, and closing attorney.
As you know, the job of selling a home takes much more than just putting a sign in the yard and finding a buyer. But only you can decide if the services of a good real estate agent is worth it. Naturally, we think it is. Whether or not you decide to let us put your home on the market, we’re always here to help.
Referrals – Let’s Work Together
1. Your potential buyer may need to sell their old home before they can buy yours, and we specialize in helping people get homes sold faster and for more money. They are likely counting on getting enough equity from the sale of their current home to help them purchase yours. Refer them to us so we can help them get their home sold quickly and be able to purchase yours.
2. We would love to stay in touch with the people who looked at your home but didn’t choose to buy it, for whatever reason. After all, helping people sell and buy is our business.
Whichever path you choose to take, we wish you the best in your upcoming move. Don’t hesitate to contact us if we can help make the move much easier.