Congratulations! You have successfully navigated the many steps to selling your home by yourself! If you missed the first 6 steps regarding “How to Sell Your Home For Sale by Owner in Carroll and Baltimore County”, click here. Selling your own home is not an easy task. As you have discovered, there are many more steps involved than most people realize. There are ups and downs, easy times and difficult times, happy days and frustrating days.
However, you are almost there!
- First, unless you have a signed agreement to remain in your home for a certain amount of time, you need to move prior to settlement. Be sure to leave behind all the “inclusions” in your contract, and remove all trash & debris.
- Next, make sure you received the “clear to close” from your buyer’s lender.
- Arrange for the transfer of utilities.
- Arrange for your buyer’s final walk-through.
- If your buyer isn’t pleased with their final walk-through, be prepared to take the necessary actions to comply with their expectations.
- Attend settlement so you can sign your portion of the documents, provide all keys to your buyer, and provide any documents your buyer’s title company requested.
CONGRATS! YOU’VE SOLD YOUR HOME BY YOURSELF!
Did you know?
- As described previously, having a strong internet presence is one of the keys to selling your home for the most money in the shortest amount of time. Proper pricing and preparation of the home are also critical keys to selling your home to make the most money in the shortest amount of time.
- Melissa GUARANTEES she can rank your home on the 1st page of Google before your home is even for sale! It’s true! Just imagine what she can do to market your home online!
- Contact Melissa for a free, no-obligation demonstration! You will be amazed, no doubt, by the many strategies Melissa uses to go from “For Sale” to “SOLD”!
Melissa recently sold a home in Hampstead, MD. An offer was received the very FIRST day the home was listed! Coincidence? NO! It was a result of a very successful plan to get the home sold!
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