Selling or listing your property for sale is the process of determining an appropriate sales price, finding a qualified buyer, negotiating the sales agreement and undertaking certain specified inspections. When the agreed upon closing date is determined, the Seller and Buyer will meet at “closing” and the seller will sign the appropriate deed and other documents to legally transfer title to the Buyer.
- How to Find Open Permits
on the Property You Want to Buy
- Facing a Foreclosure? Consider a Short Sale
- How to Use Seller Financing to Your Advantage
- What Should The Purchase Agreement Include?
- 6 Tips to Ensure a Smooth House Closing
- When Selling a House, Avoid Awkward Misunderstandings Over Fixtures and Furnishings
- A Foreign Buyer Brings Complications to a Real Estate Deal
- Will I Have to File a State Income Tax Return?
- Will My Escrow Agent Have to Report My Sale to the IRS?
- Closing Checklists