Phases of the Home Selling Process
Selling your home can be the end to one journey, and the beginning of another for you and your family. It’s also a milestone in your life and can be the first step in many new adventures. However, selling your first home can be challenging and emotional. We’re here to help you through this process so you can make the right decisions for yourself, your family and your future. While buying a home is one half of it, selling a home can be a little different. Getting ready to sell your first home? Here’s a few things you can expect during the phases of the home selling process.
- Preparing to sell your home: This phase can be one of the longest. It all depends on why you are selling your home, and the current market. Finding a reliable real estate agent can help you prepare with valuing your home, before you list. They may also recommend any repairs that need to be made that could help with strategizing, staging, and achieving your best selling price.
- Actively selling your home: Once the home listing is confirmed, it is time to start actively trying to sell. Your real estate agent may schedule open houses or private showings and you will hopefully receive multiple offers. Once negotiations are completed and an offer has been accepted, a signed agreement will be made. Then, you can move into the next phase of selling your house
- Finalize the sale: A lot of things will happen at once during the finalization of your sale. The property will be inspected, an appraisal will follow, and a title report will be completed on your property. This is also the time to disclose anything to the buyers and hopefully end with a closing. This is where you will sign your final documents and hand over your keys!
SELL WITH GRAND STRAND LAW GROUP LLC
The home selling process can be exciting and rewarding. One key to success is having a real estate lawyer you can trust to prepare documents properly and alert you to any irregularities. At Grand Strand Law Group, we understand the common types of premises liability claims. We are here to help you every step of the legal way. Give us a call at 843.492.5422 and learn about how estate planning can resolve these situations before they can begin.