Escrow Inspections & Appraisals


Deciding To Sell


Select An Agent & Price

Prepare For The Sale

Accept The Offer

Escrow Inspections & Appraisals

Close of Escrow!

Why Should The Seller Get A Home Inspection?

A home inspection is a crucial part of the home selling process. It offers the seller an impartial evaluation of the property’s condition, highlighting any areas that need repair or maintenance. These insights allow the seller to address potential issues before listing the property, reducing the likelihood of unexpected surprises during the negotiation process. Moreover, an upfront home inspection signals transparency to potential buyers, boosting their confidence in the purchase and potentially speeding up the sale.

What Are Contingencies?

A contingency in home selling is a provision or condition included in the sales contract that must be met for the transaction to proceed. Common examples include the buyer’s ability to obtain financing, the home passing an inspection, or the buyer’s current home selling before the transaction can close. These are safeguards for both the buyer and the seller, allowing either party to back out of the contract without penalty if the conditions are not met.

Selecting The Right Buyer

Selecting a buyer with preapproval for their home purchase is integral to a quick and successful transaction. A preapproved buyer has already undergone income, credit, and other financial verifications by a lender, indicating their readiness and ability to purchase. This reduces the risk of financial fall-throughs late in the sale process, ensures a smoother transaction, and can significantly shorten the time to closing, providing peace of mind to the sellers.

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