10 Steps to Selling a Property
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Clean and de clutter (inside and outside) before photographs. We offer complimentary staging advice with all our listings. Make any repairs necessary, or as advised by your Real Estate Agent.
Sign Listing Agreement. Photographs/ measurements, associated paperwork on file. Seller is ready to show.
Wheaton Real Estate, LLC loves Marketing and Advertising. We do print ad in local newspapers, have wide web coverage, create property brochures for direct mail campaigning, provide complimentary virtual tours, and offer free staging advice. The property listing is on the MLS, internet sites and other marketing campaigns, including a “For Sale” sign.
Seller is informed and confirmed of all showings that take place. Showings are exclusively for prequalified , or cash buyers. Seller receives feedback from showings. Present an Offer to Purchase to seller upon receipt. Negotiation discussions begin.
Your Realtor will prepare the Real Estate contract for Sale for your signature. You have the right to get an attorney to review the contract within three days of it being fully signed by all parties. After attorney review you will be considered under contract .
Coordinate with your Realtor the scheduling of any buyer home inspections, or certifications. Receive buyers Mortgage Commitment . Perform seller certifications. Up to two weeks before closing, transfer utilities, obtain moving company, and change your mailing address.
Buyers schedule their final walk through prior to closing. If you choose, complete the final walk through with your buyers, wherein, with their Realtor, buyers will complete a final inspection and accept the house in its current condition with no warranties, or guarantees. If a seller needs to bring money to the table, one must obtain certified funds for payment.
Settlement day has arrived. Attend settlement with your Realtor, title company, the loan officer, buyers, and, if you choose, your attorney. After signing the Deed and associated settlement documents, you will provide keys to the buyer and receive monies due to seller. You can perform the settlement via postal mail, but most often, sellers attend settlement, where selling the property comes to a final close.