Making the decision to sell one’s home is a difficult one to make. There are a number of different factors that must be addressed throughout the home selling process and it is important for a seller to make themselves aware of them at the beginning of the process. It is also important to have an experienced real estate professional that can help guide a seller through the process. If the homeowner chooses to sell their home without the help of a real estate agent, it is especially important that they do their research beforehand.
The three most important factors of the home sale process include the contract, the home inspection, and the closing.
- Once a potential buyer decides to make an offer, the two parties can enter into a contract. The contract can go back and forth a few times until the negotiation process is complete and all parties are happy with the sale.
- After the contract is signed by both parties, the buyer is permitted to hire a home inspector that looks for any major issues. The seller has the opportunity to negotiate with the buyer about repairs that need to be made.
- The closing is the final day of the process where the seller relinquishes their ownership of the home and the proceedings are complete.
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