Home buyers want to get a good deal, but you also want to make sure you get a fair price for your property. Because of this, the most critical part of your home sale often comes down to how well you negotiate with your buyers. Read on to learn three must-know tactics that will help you strike […]
When you receive an offer, it’s important to carefully review it for any contingencies. A contingency is text added to a purchase agreement that specifies certain terms that must be met in order for the sale to proceed. This post will define some of the most common real estate contingencies and will explain what each one means to you […]
If you’re like many sellers, you may be willing to take a little less money if you feel confident that your buyer is serious about purchasing your home. One way buyers can indicate just how serious they are is by offering earnest money. Let’s take a look at what earnest money is, how it works and […]
The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived; a potential buyer made an offer on your home. But before you pop the champagne, you need to review the offer thoroughly to determine whether you want to make any changes before you seal the deal. Complex real estate and legal lingo can make deciphering a buyer offer […]
One of the biggest hurdles sellers face is negotiating offers. The good news is, the process doesn’t have to be difficult. If you do your homework and list your home at a competitive yet lucrative price, it’s easy to determine whether an offer is too low or just right. That said, there is still a little finesse that’s […]
It’s a good feeling when you get your home listed and you’re all fired up to start taking offers. But what happens when an offer comes through that’s a little on the low side? Should you counter the offer or pass and wait the next one to come in? Read on to find out.
When you’re selling your own home, it can be nerve wracking to watch buyers walk through your property. How can you tell if they’re just checking it out to satisfy their curiosity or if they are serious enough to make an offer? This post will explain seven things to watch for that indicate a buyer is highly interested […]
You got an offer – yay! So now what? Deciphering all the legalese can be a little daunting without some guidance, so use this post to learn about the 11 most important things to focus on when reviewing a California home offer.
Negotiating is often the most stressful part of a real estate transaction because it requires both parties to come to an agreement on what your property is worth. Use these proven negitiation tactics to take the stress out of the process.