First-time Home Sellers and Buyers Make Lots Of Mistakes

May 26, 2020

It probably is not a good idea to attempt  to sell or buy your home on your own, especially if you haven’t done it before. A help for any type of real estate transitions are easily available out there from professionals.

Selling and buying your home can be surprisingly time consuming and emotionally challenging. It is my job to alleviate any concerns that you may have and give help to guide you through the process. 

To start, I want to give you free copy of my e-guides– one for sellers another one for buyers- the links are given towards the end. 

I have interviewed many home owners tried to sell, and buyer clients who go their own to place an offer on a house. Many sellers and buyers who seek no professional help have made errors due to lack of guidance from experts. I came to know several items they do in the wrong way. Some of the errors they make are:

-Seller sets Too high of Asking Price for their house

-Seller posts very low quality listing photos, even some out of focus

-Seller not preparing ‘owners disclosure’ so not revealing all Major Problems

-Buyer not aware of their limit of what they can afford

-Buyer taken no steps to properly Inspect the house and searching public records

-Buyer offers to buy a fixer-upper without planning for repairs or remodeling

-Both seller and buyer avoids using a real estate professional  to represent 

I am providing below the links for you to acquire free eGuides for the purpose of preparing yourself before you get into buying or selling. 

These guides answer many questions you may have as you think about putting your house on the market or buying your home. click the links   Sellers Guide  Buyers Guide  

If you are interested either selling or buying your home or if you want to learn more about the market conditions, just let me know and I can arrange for a time to talk or feel free to reach out directly at my cell phone or email

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