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Post Accepted Offer Checklist

Getting an offer on your home is an exhilarating and overwhelming experience, all at once.  Whether your home has been on the market for 6 days or 6 months, an offer usually means you and your broker have been doing something (or many things) right, be it the broker’s flawless marketing, an attractive price or a renovation that really paid off.  However, just because you have an offer in hand, doesn’t mean your home-selling experience has come to an end.  On the contrary, an accepted offer is only the beginning of the sale.  As William Tierney, a William Raveis associate on the Cape, wrote this wonderful guest post detailing a “Post Accepted Offer Checklist.”  As you’ll see, there are several to-do items following the accepted offer you and your broker have been waiting for.  For more awesome real estate tips from William Tierney, check out his blog. Continue reading

Real Estate Agency Relationships

My last post addressed the basics of buyer representation and emphasized how important it is for consumers to understand their options for representation in a real estate transaction.  Since most states require agency disclosures, consumers might confuse the disclosure with a contract.  It should be noted that the disclosure is NOT A CONTRACT and Continue reading

April 19, 2012