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Have you ever thought about selling your house yourself? So have other! Here's why you should get a realtor...
Time to Simplify? Thinking of Downsizing? Trust your home and your future home to a creative, experienced negotiator that will sell your home fast and find you the perfect place to settle into a simpler life.
I have my parents moving in with me, and am considering building an in-law suite to make them
more comfortable. What would you suggest including and how will this affect the value of my home?
I want to put my house on the market, but I don’t want to move until the end of the school year. When would you suggest that I start the process?
As spring gets closer there are several do-it–yourself, or inexpensive contractor, projects that can get your house ready to market.
If you list your home with me, be assured that keeping you informed of all client interest and market activity is a high priority of mine. Read more about how I can work with you.
Simple renovations to make your home look better and live better.
It is customary and prudent for a buyer and seller to have a third, disinterested party to assist them in carrying out the terms of their agreement. In California, this procedure is known as an escrow. When opening an escrow, the buyer and seller establish terms and conditions for the transfer of ownership of property. Your escrow is created shortly after you execute the contract to purchase your home. The escrow becomes the depository for all monies, instructions and documents. The Escrow Officer has the responsibility of seeing that all terms of the escrow are carried out.
Q: What is an offer?
A: An offer is usually made in the form of a written contract prepared by a sales associate representing a buyer. All offers for your property will generally first be presented to me, and I will then present them to you.
Q: How quickly must I act?
A: Usually time is of the essence in negotiating an offer. There are often strict deadlines, which must be met. I will stay in constant communication with you during the entire transaction process.
Q: Who knows about the terms of an offer for my property?
A: No one, except you, and myself, will know about the terms of an offer prior to your acceptance. You will be kept informed of any other buyer’s interest in your property; and if more than one offer is submitted to me, all will be presented to you for your consideration.