032 Documents Schmockuments: They Matter

032 Documents Schmockuments: They Matter

Imagine you find out you’re moving abroad for that dream position you’ve been hoping for, or you are adding another member to your family, or maybe becoming a new family and all scenarios lead to it being time for you to sell.  Your home is...


Imagine you find out you’re moving abroad for that dream position you’ve been hoping for, or you are adding another member to your family, or maybe becoming a new family and all scenarios lead to it being time for you to sell.  Your home is renovated and decorated to perfection so this process should be simple right? Well, we hope so but there are things you can do to prepare and today we wanted to give sellers a checklist of what they need to do before they list because in this market you need to be ready to move fast once an offer comes in. 

Scrambling at the last minute for anything can be nerve-wracking. As a seller, scrambling to get documents together quickly can cost you a deal. Having all your proverbial ducks in a row before you decide to list is imperative to ensure a smooth transaction when an offer is accepted.If the documents were misplaced, no need to stress, your managing agent (or broker) will help you obtain the necessary docs so your transaction can move forward.

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