One of the trickiest parts a real estate professional have to play is making negotiations easier. Attaining an agreement on price and closing the deal needs an understanding of offers, contingencies, deeds, title searches, disclosures, and more. Having a skilled real estate professional, like myself, at your side can improve your chances of selling a house in WA at an optimal price.
I can also assist you with the legal components when you want to sell your property in WA and help ensure you don’t miss anything important on disclosure forms. Every single detail about the property’s physical condition, background, zoning, etc. requires to be properly documented and disclosed to the homebuyer. If anything is overlooked and not disclosed, it could lead to an expensive claim when you sell houses in WA.
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You don’t have to navigate these complex stages alone. Feel free to contact me today to make the selling of your home the smoothest process possible while you sell houses/property.
Upsizing your home comes with a lot of perks. You’ll have more bedrooms for your growing family to expand comfortably, space for senior parents to move in, a larger yard for hosting kids play dates or weekend barbecues, and a community full of new friendships and adventures.
Whether you’re ready to start the search for a bigger house right now or you’re still deciding if upsizing is right for you, I’m always here to help.
As an experienced real estate agent, I can help you maximize your time by considering only those homes that meet your budget needs. To be in a better position to negotiate with the home seller, it’s better to be pre-approved for a mortgage. That means you have a written commitment from a lender for a specific mortgage amount. And to the home seller, that means you’re a serious homebuyer. Pre-qualification is also an option, but that is only an estimate of how much you should qualify for.
There are many different financing options that should be investigated thoroughly before selling a house in WA. Your past credit history and the amount of outstanding debt are also going to play a vital part in the qualification process.
Generally, the right place to begin with your home search is to determine your actual price range. It can be easy to calculate your debt-to-income ratio, which is the percentage of your monthly gross income going toward paying your debts, including your mortgage. Here, each lender may require a different DTI to succeed for a loan.
I’m very happy to help you figure out your price range or answer all your questions.
So, you’ve started your home search, but do you know what kind of home are you looking for? There are so many choices, which is why it is crucial to have an idea of what you really want and need before you begin searching. Here, consider making a checklist of amenities that you feel are essential for you and those you would like to have in your new home.
The list below may help you simplify your thinking on what is important for you while purchasing your new home.
- What neighborhood(s) would you like to live in?
- What price range do you have in mind?
- What type of home interests you? (One-story, two-story, split-entry, townhouse, condo, duplex)
- Are schools a factor?
- Do you need to be close to public transportation?
- How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need? How many do you want?
- What other interior and exterior features are important to you?
Please feel free to contact me to set up a time to discuss your options and see what opportunities await. I am happy to help you with your research and can give you an up-to-date snapshot of the real estate market.
You can email me at Isatou.firstname.lastname@example.org or simply call me at 206-604-1936. I am always available to help you in your journey to sell your property in WA.