Greenville & Goldsboro Sellers
Don’t make an expensive mistake
Pick the right agent from the start.
Finding the right professional through the sale of your home is an invaluable asset. You want to make sure you
get the most out of your property! Pick an agent that works & negotiates for YOU, not the buyer's best interests.
Our agents can provide an accurate market analysis of your home. We will handle the scheduling of buyer tour
requests and ensure anyone viewing is pre-approved. We will make certain you are able to navigate legal contracts
to ensure you're being taken care of, not taken advantage of, when selling your home. Our agents will hold your
hand and walk you through the entire contract. Your agent will help you negotiate the best price and best terms
so you aren't underselling your home.
We pride ourselves on helping you navigate the selling process to easily transition you out from your current home.
Seller Steps for Listing Your Home
Step 1: Find the perfect real estate agent and let them know you're ready to sell your home.
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Step 2: We will provide a market analysis of your property to give you a better understanding of it's value.
Step 3: The agent will go over in detail any steps recommended to get your home in the best selling condition.
Step 4: The agent will go over the listing contract in detail, explaining the entire contract.
Step 5: Professional photos/videos will be scheduled and will begin the extensive marketing of your home.
Step 6: Once you've received an offer, we will review with you the terms and conditions of that offer.
Step 7: Negotiating the contract and coming to an agreement.
Step 8: After an offer is accepted and the negotiations are done, you'll go into a
30 to 45 day contract period, while the buyer's lender works to secure the full loan.
Step 9: During this due diligence period, home inspections and appraisals are conducted.
Step 10: Your agent can then work with you to negotiate repair requests the buyer's make.
Step 11: If all conditions have been met and all parties have agreed to negotiations, then you get to make your way to the closing table.
Step 12: The closing takes place at the attorney’s office and after all pages have been signed, it is recorded, and now belongs to the buyer!