Making repairs when selling your home

Sellers often make repairs to their home when they sell, either in the course of fixing up the home for sale or during the transaction if the buyers and sellers agree that the sellers will make repairs in exchange for the buyers removing their inspection contingency. It’s natural to want to have repairs done for …

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Five things to know about a home before committing to buy

Your due diligence inspections should include more than hiring a home inspector to look at the home and reviewing a current termite inspection. And your due diligence should start as soon as you have serious interest in a listing. Making an offer to purchase a home consumes a lot of time and emotional energy. Before …

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Making repairs when selling your home

Sellers often make repairs to their home when they sell, either in the course of fixing up the home for sale or during the transaction if the buyers and sellers agree that the sellers will make repairs in exchange for the buyers removing their inspection contingency. It’s natural to want to have repairs done for …

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Crunching the numbers on competing purchase offers

Sellers are inclined to go with the highest-priced offer when they receive more than one. But, price is only one factor to consider. An offer with a lower purchase price but a large down payment and a quicker close could be best. The terms of a purchase offer can make or break a deal, particularly …

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