After the Offer – What next?

April 3, 2016


When you’re buying a home, you may think that you’ve taken care of every last detail and the
home is basically yours! Then, out of nowhere, you’re thrown a curveball. What do you do now? How do you proceed?

keys_tohouse.jpeg.size.xxlarge.letterbox (1)A few examples of issues your that may arise:

  1. When there are back-to-back closings, everyone needs to be crystal clear on the timeline
    time zones. Banking and money transfer timing issues could create closing problems.

  2. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, make sure you convey what does or doesn’t come with the property, in writing. As a general rule, if it’s attached to the home—for example, light fixtures or built-in bookshelves -it stays, but appliances are considered movable. That said, getting it down in writing will help you avoid any closing day delays. Here are some guidelines for what stay’s and what goes…What stay’s and what goes

When you work with an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), we can help you through any snag in the process, regardless of what it is.

I am a buyer’s representative which means that I am your advocate. Let me know if you have any questions! I look forward to working with you!