Takeaways Your agent can prepare a packet for the appraiser to have handy Adjust your strategy to your market Failing that, it’s time to negotiate with the other party When you listed your home, should have been based on your agent’s CMA. Maybe you priced it at the high end of reasonable, or perhaps even […]
Understand that you as the seller don’t have complete control over the buyer and cannot guarantee that an executed contract closes. But if you take these risk mitigation steps, hopefully you will be well on your way to avoiding problems or dealing with them as painlessly as possible should they arise.
The Texas Realtor Convention is an annual four day get together for the Realtor crowd and people who work with Realtors. The convention usually features a who’s who of the State’s top agents and brokers, and is a chance for the Texas Association of Realtors (TAR) to get some official business done. For the agents, it’s a chance to get learn about other markets, discover new techniques and technologies, earn annual education credits, and spend time on the beach!
The option period is the most critical time for any contract. This is the time for the buyer to figure out everything they need to about a home. There are many fail safes in place for the buyer, but the buyer and their agent still must be diligent about following up on all the items in a timely manner. Once the option period is over, you are in it to win it.