Overview

The omission of a middle man is perfectly justifiable if you can manage to sell your house without enlisting his help. This particular tactic is not very difficult to understand. You save a great amount of money if you do not have to pay your real estate agent his commissions for getting you buyers for your house.

Moreover, by doing so, that is, removing the middle man you ...
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Overview

The omission of a middle man is perfectly justifiable if you can manage to sell your house without enlisting his help. This particular tactic is not very difficult to understand. You save a great amount of money if you do not have to pay your real estate agent his commissions for getting you buyers for your house.

Moreover, by doing so, that is, removing the middle man you can also afford to lower the price you have quoted for your house, leading to the much faster selling of the house.

However, with this decision to sell your house without the help of a real estate agent means that the work to be done on your part increases. Such work for the agent is part of his daily routine as he has to encounter such formalities with every project he gets.

For you, thought it maybe new, it is not impossible to accomplish, and you will soon find how.

The first thing an agent will do when you hire him is he will come and see your house for himself. He will need to know whether your house is in a presentable condition. Then he will go about telling you what are the things that need fixing and altering. He may even consult a staging professional at this stage.

Therefore, this is the first thing you must find out for yourself too. Is your house is a presentable condition? The following are the areas you need to look out for:

1. Floors and ceiling
2. Bathroom and kitchen fittings
3. Lighting and ventilation
4. Doors and windows
5. Paint, both on the inside and outside
6. Drainage system around the house
7. Condition of driveway and walkway
8. Home Improvements

Besides these general outlines you can take some forward steps to ensure that your house gets sold quickly and without much hassle.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014713566
  • Publisher: Jurgen Stern
  • Publication date: 5/30/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 181 KB

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