Selling your home may seem straightforward, but there are nuances to the process that you should consider before you list. Here are three things to think about before putting your home on the market.
Set the right price. Do you know how much to ask for your home? Making a pricing mistake can cost you a lot of money. But a Texas REALTOR® knows what’s going in your market. He or she can help you analyze the latest data and the specifics of your house to arrive at a price that maximizes your profit.
There’s more to consider than signing a contract. How should you handle the termination option? Is the buyer’s earnest money enough? What if the buyer wants to make buying your home contingent on selling her existing home? And if you get multiple offers, how do you respond to make sure you obtain the highest price possible and the most attractive overall deal?
Getting a buyer is not the same as selling your house. Accepting an offer is only the beginning. Real estate transactions can fall apart for a variety of reasons: financing difficulty, problems discovered during inspections, missed deadlines, contentious follow-up negotiations … even hurt feelings or cold feet. A Texas REALTOR® has experience dealing with potential pitfalls, though, and knows how to minimize problems on the way to a successful closing.
I really like what you said about setting the price right and how a realtor can help you to figure that out. My wife and I are moving and are trying to sell our house but we aren’t really sure what to list it at. It would be great to hire a real estate agent that can help us with these kinds of decisions.
I’m happy to help. Reach out to me at 512-589-4139.
Mr. Silver, congratulations on you upcoming move! It’s a stressful process with many decisions to make and many unknowns that could happen during the process. A great agent will be your guide to make the decisions easier and process smoother. May I ask where you live now and where you are moving to?
Regards, Kayelin Wright
Heritage Texas Properties