When is the right time to begin the selling my home process ?
While the actual home sale may be approaching soon or months away, sellers often wish to explore all of the next phase options.
Relevant questions include:
Where is my next home going to be?
Will I sell my home in a timely manner?
What is my current home worth?
What is involved in putting my house for sale with a Real Estate Agent?
Do repairs or maintenance need to be done?
Do I vacate, notify tenants, or live in the home while it sells?
How much will it cost and what can I expect to make on the sale of my home?
How long do I have when the home is in escrow until I must move?
How do I buy another property at the same time my home is for sale?
Do I need to get an appraisal to sell my home?
These questions can be discussed at a free consultation. (Please Inquire) A well thought-out plan and goals will ease the transition process. With careful planning positive steps can be taken.
In order to understand the full process, it is helpful to get a Realtor Assessment. Rhonda can help with answering property questions even at the beginning stages of the anticipated home sale.
Some properties get an offer as soon as it is listed. Other properties can take awhile to sell. Rhonda will discuss your unique situations with you and show you current and past data for homes in your specific community of San Diego County California.
Timing and closing on the sale of your property depends on the terms you negotiate with the buyer and process. While possession usually passes to a home’s new owners at closing or when the buyer’s mortgage lender disburses the funds, your real estate agent may be able to negotiate additional time for you if you need it. Rhonda creates a Calendar for you to visualize time frames and schedules of the sale. It is important to adhere to time frames to keep things on schedule during the real estate transaction.
Escrow Time Periods
The typical time from escrow to closing in California is 30 to 60 days. California's escrow period could take longer in some cases. There are a substantial wide array of factors that can potentially affect the length of escrow in San Diego County California. Essentially, escrow closing in San Diego County can only take place after all terms of the purchase agreement have been met.
Two common examples for escrow time periods are to allow buyers time to secure a mortgage and to give home sellers time to find a new home and then move. Agreed-upon escrow closing dates should also account for various contingencies such as property inspections and title searches. Mortgage lender requirements for borrowers also affect escrow closing dates.
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