Realnet’s 6 Tips for Selling your Home
As you prepare to sell your home, here are a few important items to prepare you for the process.
Selling a home can be an emotional journey. Realnet agents are prepared to handle the unexpected hurdles that may arise during the home selling process. Be prepared to turn issues over to your Realnet agent, we are prepared, experienced and will navigate over any hurdles that may pop up.
Locate any important documents from your home purchase: survey, title policy. It doesn’t matter how old the documents may be. We will forward your documents to the title company and may be able to save you some money on your closing costs!
Price it Right
Your home has to be priced right, rely on a Realnet agent. Pricing it right gets lots of attention and you choose the buyer who is best qualified. Selling too high and the home will not get enough attention. Selling too low is a detriment to you capitalizing on the equity you have built up in your home. Let our experts help you determine the optimum price for your home.
Be ready to leave the home for late notice showings. It is inconvenient, but if a ready, willing, and able buyer wants to see your home, we need to make the home available. It is often very difficult to coordinate and have a buyer “come back later”. Leaving the home for showings, frequent cleaning, more dirt than usual because of showings, negotiations, and inspection reports can be inconvenient but our #1 goal is selling your house for top dollar! Rely on your Realnet agent to coordinate all of the schedules and get you to the finish line!
Discuss hiring a professional photographer with your Realnet agent. Exceptional photos, especially photos taken at twilight add immense appeal to your listing.
Plan to have the Realnet agent put a sign in the yard. This is great marketing for people in your community. Your neighbors may know someone who is looking to purchase in the neighborhood.
In Florida it is customary for Sellers to pay title insurance. A standard estimate for title insurance is 1% of price. While there are additional small fees when you sell a home, the largest fee to expect is Title Insurance at 1% of your home’s sale price
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