FSBO-Sell Your Home Without an Agent
How to Sell Your House Without Hiring Me - In 4 Easy Steps
Congratulations on the decision to sell your home!
Selling your home without using a realtor is possible. But you do need to do your homework. You need to study recent home sales in your area, and analyze all of the data so that you can price your home right. Also research closing costs, so you will know how much you will actually walk away with.
Walk around your home, and determine what needs to be done in order to get the best price. Keep in mind that certain financing has different requirements. So if your buyer has a government backed (FHA or VA) loan, your home may need to make certain improvements. Research the requirements so your deal won't fall apart later.
In order to get the best price, you need to market your home professionally. High quality photos and a video will help. Also make sure that your home is listed EVERYWHERE, not just Craigslist. At the bottom of this page, there is a link where you can create your own property website. Its FREE. No strings. Give it a try, you have nothing to lose.
The State of RI requires that certain disclosures be completed prior to the sale. The disclosures will also limit your liability. Also, you will need a smoke detector certificate. Make sure that your buyer is qualified by a reputable lender, and follow up with the lender continuously.
Following these steps will help you to sell your home without hiring me. It will be a tremendous amount of work, so be prepared. I hope you found this guide helpful. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask, I'm here to help. All I ask is that if you decide to explore other options, I want the opportunity to apply for the job!
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