For the last few years, house and home sellers are reaping the advantage of growing real estate market. Wondering if you have any helpful hints/ time lines for sale and minimal comps for a semi-rural property. It’s critical that you comply with the laws in your area related to selling homes. You could even go visit homes being sold via a FSBO signboard so that you are aware of the mechanism of the entire process.
I just authored a post on Rain City Guide (a smokin’ hot real estate blog) regarding a property’s legal description and the importance of including that description in a purchase and sale agreement. But who know; maybe you like your job and dealing with a house for sale is not an option.
One thing that you should always do when purchasing a home for sale by the owner is to investigate your financing options well ahead of time. So not only will certain homes not sell well on their own, the opportunity cost is too high for these people to learn the ins-and-outs of real estate just to complete a single transaction that’s fraught with liability.
I am also dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of the sale process is conducted in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. When an agent is trying to find a home for a buyer they will use the MLS to look for potential homes. The buyer who is represented by an agent and is interested in a FSBO properties, the buyer’s agent may request the owner pay him or her commission, or finder’s fee, for bringing the buyer to the seller.
Yes we are convenient, but if I were to send you a title commitment or a simple 1-4 Residential Resale contract with a seller’s temporary leaseback and the offer being contingent on the sale of another property which by the way has three siblings as heirs to the property, etc….