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Home Seller Tip: Ensure the Contract is Complete

Monday, February 24, 2020   /   by Karey Kendrick

Home Seller Tip: Ensure the Contract is Complete

Because your home may well be your largest asset, selling it is probably one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. To better understand the homeselling process, we have prepared a FREE Report Highlighting 27 Tips to get your home sold fast and for top dollar which you can order below. 

Today, I am going to be highlighting 3 more of the 27 tips: Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you’ll be notified when the next video in this series comes out.  

    1. Maybe the Buyer's Not Qualified.   

    2. Ensure the Contract is Complete.   

    3. Resist Deviating From the Contract.   

    But stay tuned, at the end of this video, we will provide you a link to download the entire report, FREE and without obligation. Through these 27 tips you will discover how to protect and capitalize on your most important investment, reduce stress, be in control of your situation, and make the most profit possible. 

    Maybe the Buyer's Not Qualified. 
    If you feel an offer is inadequate, now is the time to make sure the buyer is qualified to carry the size of mortgage the deal  requires. Inquire how they arrived at their figure, and suggest they compare your price to the prices of homes for sale in  your neighborhood.   

    Ensure the Contract is Complete. 
    To avoid problems, ensure that all terms, costs and responsibilities are spelled out in the contract of sale. It should  include such items as the date it was made, names of parties  involved, address of property being sold, purchase price,  where deposit monies will be held, date for loan approval, date  and place of closing, type of deed, including any contingencies  that remain to be settled and what personal property is included  (or not) in the sale.   

    Resist Deviating From the Contract. 
    For example, if the buyer requests a move-in prior to closing, just say no. That you’ve been advised against it. Now is not  the time to take any chances of the deal falling through.   

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    Weeks Video for part 9 of this series Don’t forget to click the link below to download the entire report. Thanks again for watching.   

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