Are you looking to sell your house but don’t know what to expect? In this episode of The Perfect Balance, I’m going to give you the bottom line on what to expect if you’re selling your house in today’s market. I’ll help you understand the process so you can prepare and avoid getting overwhelmed.
What To Expect When Selling Your House
Selling a house in this market might be a bit shocking. Knowing what to expect during the process can make things much less stressful. And if you’ve already listed and are receiving multiple offers for your property, congratulations! But what do you do now?
Before the offers arrive, consider discussing the possibilities of multiple offers. Do you want to tell buyer agents that there are other offers on the table or not? Do you have a plan set for multiple offers? Be prepared to show your property a lot. If there’s a friend or family member you may visit during showings, that would be most helpful. And if pets are living in the house and you have to leave them at the property, please either create the animal or specifically keep the pet in one room.
Once the offers have been reviewed and the offer has been executed by all parties, are you ready to move fast? Next, be aware of possible appraisal issues and have knowledge of the appraisal attendance. If the current offer falls through, you will want to discuss considering backup options from the pool of offers received.
I hope this helps get you prepared for the home selling process. If you’d like to know more about my 1% listing services, I’d be happy to provide you with a no-obligation saving analysis to show you how I may preserve your real estate equity. Selling a house in a seller’s market can be a bit overwhelming, but if you’re prepared for all the outcomes, it can be beneficial.
It’s important you understand the tips outlined here so you have the best possible outcome. If you have any additional questions about the real estate or mortgage process, I’d be happy to chat. Make sure to reach out to me and I’ll be happy to connect with you!