Once you have accepted an offer to sell your property you will need to make a list of all the things you must do, and a list of all the things the buyer must do, in order to proceed successfully to closing. The property may need to be formally appraised, surveyed, inspected or repaired. Depending on the specifics reached during the negotiations, you may pay for all, some, or none of these items. If each condition as defined by the contract is acceptable, then the sale may continue. If there are problems with the property the terms set forth in the contract will dictate your next step. Depending on the contract, you or the buyer may decide to walk away, open a new round of negotiations, or complete the transaction.
We save you time and money by coordinating all the necessary items that must be done to finalize the sale. We are directly involved and keep you informed as to the results of each action and what effect, if any, it will have on the sale of the property. We will also help you coordinate any actions you must take to keep the sale moving forward. There are some sales that go smoothly and some that require a lot of work to get to completion day. Either way, we will prove to be a valuable resource to you.
The buyer may also make the purchase conditional to an inspection by a home inspector or a qualified engineer and it may also be conditional to the sale of the buyer’s property.
To review the following seller guides just click on the name of the report.
- Financing Conditions
- The Appraisal
- Property Inspection Conditions
- Sale of Buyer's Home Conditions
- Condo Document Review
- What About Property Insurance?