Is the neighbor's relative serious, about buying the home? Is he/she approved? Do you have a price in mind? Did you check how much are the homes selling, what has sold, in that area?
You'll need to write the offer & dont forget all the disclosures & paperwork involved, reports etc.. and that can be a huge headache if you are not carefull.
Again call me with any questions, so we can discuss, if the home is Free & clear, then there's room for everything else!
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You can, of course, conduct real estate transactions without using a broker. You can look up your options However, if there is already an interest in the property to purchase it you may want to use a broker/agent for a smooth and worry free transaction.
There are many things that can go wrong in the state of California if certain documents and protocol are not followed and the potential legal issues down the road are not worth the dollars spent on a realtor.
I have handled situations like yours where two parties are in agreement, there is no advertising necessary of the property, and want the transaction to go smoothly and without issue. My broker and I are willing to do this transaction for a substantially discounted fee.
If you are interested or have any other questions, please feel free to email or call me.
Have a great evening!
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