Van Garrett Jr.
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Yes you can do this sale without a RealtorÂ® but in the absence of a RealtorÂ® you should have an attorney to draw up and review your contract. It might sound like a piece of cake to handle this as a FSBO but far to many deals fall apart when homeonwers try to handle a sale by themselves.
I would recommend contact us to get FREE Comparative Market Analysis of your property.
There are several actions need to be taken by both SELLER and BUYER in order to have a sucessful sale of a property.
Since, you already have a buyer we could waive buyer's agent fee to save your money.
We have in house mortgage approval and settlement company too!
Please contact us to discuss.
Junaid Bashir - Realtor
Bashir & Associates LLC
Karen Hall, Principal Broker
@home real estate
Alexandria, VA 22314
The majority of homebuyers find their home with a real estate agent on line. Real estate agent will only show homes listed with another agents and most websites requires the property to be listed with an agent in order to show up.
If you are going to sell your home, you will need to invest a lot of time to do so. Remember you will have to be around to show your house when it's convenient for potential buyers.
A real estate agent will be able to market, advertise and show your house to qualify buyers, not to every buyer from the street. A real estate agent will be able to review the offers and make sure that you are getting the best terms, conditions and price.
Hire a real estate professional that can guide you through this process. If you need to save money, ask your real estate agent if they offer any discounts. Often an agent will discount their commission on the listing side if you buy your next house with them.
Best of Luck,
I still remember when our friend (now deceased) boasted that he sold his $190,000 for $160,000, and saved the REALTOR's commission. I sold an estate property last year in Alexandria, and the estate owns other properties in the exburbs. The tenant has stated for over two years that she wishes to buy the property from the estate, but fails to take any forward moment. (In other words she is delaying the selling process to say there longer.)
You should be able to "contract" a REALTOR for a two percent commission, or for a flat fee. As a contractor, the REALTOR should represent the transaction, and neither or the parties. A contract will be entered into by the parties and the REALTOR stating such. A caveat: You do not want to inadvertently omit a disclosure with the possibility that it will come back to "bite you" later,
Hope this is helpful - Yours sincerely - Robert Lepelletier - REALTOR, GRI, ABR & SFR - Broker - Associate - Classic Realty 703-310-7880 or firstname.lastname@example.org