How to sell your house without an agent…
|February 22, 2018||Posted by RealestateSectors.Com under News, Options, Discussions & Offers About Real Estate Sectors...||
Although many sellers choose to sell their homes with the help of real estate agents, the use of a third party is not required in most U.S. states. For a motivated and dedicated homeowner it is possible to save on commissions by selling your home without an agent. If you decide to “self-list,” learn the following simple but very important steps to help you with your sale.
Hire an attorney. If you’re going to sell your home without an agent, it’s advisable to have a real estate attorney standing by to help if needed. See below for instances where you might need an attorney. You would have to pay only for legal services actually rendered, as opposed to paying a commission to an agent.
Consult with one or more agents. Prior to deciding to self-list, speak with at least one real estate agent. Get a sense of what they can do by asking about their years of experience, average time to find a buyer, how their services would relieve you of liability, suggested pricing, and why they think you should sign up with an agent rather than selling on your own. Naturally they will favor hiring an agent, but at least consider what they have to say. They do offer value for what you pay them. Also, keep in mind that the agent you hire to list your house may not be the one who sells it… Read more… (on Wikihow.com) >>>