Sunday, October 20, 2019 / by Shayla Morford
Have you ever wondered as a seller, if you made the decision to sell, how long might you expect before you have funds available in your account.
Here is a quick "average" snapshot of the standard home purchase. Remember, if you are asking me to sell your historic 13th Century Stone Castle Mansion on 500 acres, you might have to be slightly more patient for that "Ready, Able and Willing Buyer" to come along.
Typically there are two stages in the home selling process: Getting the home ready for prospective buyers to come through and once one of those buyers submit an offer you are willing to accept, the clock starts again.
Depending on how someone will be compensating you for their purchase, Cash or Financing, will set the pace. The "Great White Buffalo" of cash transactions has been rumored to close in a few business days. Cash buyers may skip a few steps a traditional mortgage lender wont allow. Conventional financing averages 30 days, while FHA or VA may be ...
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 / by Amber Tice
Being able to provide quality information these days is like mining for gold in my opinion. You never know if what you are reading about is true, or not. Having a database of resources that I can access quickly and send off to my client(s) is a great way for me to build trust. Not only do I have several brochures in PDF format from different home warranty companies, inspectors, electricians, loan officers, builders, etc, I also have my own information that I have created including home buyers guides, home sellers guides,and market updates. All of these materials are designed specifically to include my brand, my image, and are relevant to what I am trying to accomplish with each individual client.
Here is a list of other resources that I use when working with home sellers in particular:
A Comparative Market Analysis: A CMA report is an important tool that I use to help a home seller see the bigger picture when it comes to what is going on in the ...