Estate Information for Sellers:
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have life—a personal one and a professional
one. Your agent will let you live both of
them, alleviating any undue stress or concern about
the home sale by acting as your partner in the complex
real estate transaction. Some examples of what an
agent should do for you as a seller:
potential buyers, making sure they are serious inquiries
and not potential “busy bodies.”
those “pesky” phone calls, schedule appointments
and show your house at times that meet your schedule,
the buyer has the annual income and employment history
necessary and down payment and closing cost money
to finance and buy your home. And, make certain the
buyer provides you with enough time to select—and
move into—your next residence.
and make recommendations regarding any contingency
on the sale of your home. A contingency is a condition
on the sale put into the contract by either the buyer
or seller. Contingencies can be removed by an addendum
to the contract, or they can expire if a time limit
is specified in the contract.
on your behalf and with your consent, all offers and
counter-offers and contracts made in writing. He/she
will recommend if you should accept the offer or make
a counter proposal. The agent will help guide the process
so acceptable terms are reached for all parties involved.
there for you up until the parties involved sign on
the dotted line and transfer of ownership of your house
to the buyer is completed.