It is a buyer’s and seller’s market. If a property is priced and marketed correctly both sides win. Everyone gets a great, fair market value.
Unless you are paying cash for a house, you will need to get a mortgage. In order to know how much home you can afford, you will need to get pre-approved for a loan. This is the first-step in the home buying process.
The timeline for finding a house varies greatly from person to person. Once you find a house and have an accepted offer, it usually takes around 30days to close.
Beware of advice from people who do not work in the industry. We know what to expect and what to look out for. Buying and selling a couple of homes does not make someone a well-rounded source of information. I’ve seen too many first-time buyers become persuaded by well-meaning friends and family, only to be disappointed later. Be confident in your decisions and trust the professionals
As per the rules and regulations mentioned in Indian legal laws or banks terms and conditions.
As much notice as we get. Our experts will call you as soon as an appointment is requested. Whenever you leave be sure the house is show able.
All listing contracts have expiration dates. When is yours?
If it is not coming up soon, tell the agent and/or his manager that you want to cancel your listing. Often they will let you cancel easily, since they do not want to build within in the community. If they won't, you can always pull your home off the market until the listing contract expires.
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4) Listing agent
5) Marketing plan
No one has a more important role in the home selling process than you. Here are some ways your participation can contribute to a successful sale:
You want your home to sell for the highest price possible, but also in a timely fashion. Here are some factors that influence the price of your home:
Conditions that do not affect the price of your home
You will work with your listing agent to develop a marketing plan and attract as many potential buyers as possible. Methods include:
The best approach is to price a home just within the market value range. This allows room for negotiation, without sacrificing exposure. Make no mistake; we want you to get the best possible price for your property. However, when a home is priced too high for the market this may:
Price and condition are the two most important factors in selling a home, even in a down market. The first step is to price your home correctly. Use comparative sales information from your agent, or pay for a professional appraiser to objectively evaluate your home's worth. Second, go through the house and repair any obvious cosmetic defects that could deter a buyer.
In a down market, you may have to consider lowering your price and/or making a major repair, such as replacing the roof, in order to sure a buyer. Also, make sure that your home is getting the exposure it deserves through open houses, broker open houses, advertising, good signage and a listing on the local multiple listing service or online listings provider.
Fees vary depending on the type of property as well as what is negotiated in the sale. Our experts can provide an estimated closing statement to give you an estimate of what is to be paid as part of the sale. Some costs include:
An Expert is your most valuable asset when buying a home. They will walk you through every part of the home buying process. They will educate and inform you of all your options. They will represent you throughout the transaction and beyond.