The biggest question sellers will have is how much they will net in their sale after all fees are paid out. So let's get right down to it and break down seller closing costs.
Don’t worry, in our area it is your attorney that will select the title company. This is one piece of the puzzle you needn’t concern yourself with. However, if you know a title company that you’d like to work with, by all means, you have the right to do so. Just alert your attorney. There... Continue Reading →
The offer was made an accepted within a week of going live on the market, the home inspection happened the next weekend, and now you’re 3 weeks in and still contracts have not been signed. In fact, maybe you cannot even send contracts out because the buyer is insisting on waiting for results to come... Continue Reading →
The greatest source of frustration for any buyer or seller is this nefarious on/about closing date that is imputed into the contract. What is that about? You buy a house in CT and you are closing on THE date set in the contract, no ifs, ands or buts. You will have to be in the... Continue Reading →
I highly recommend, for obvious reasons expressed throughout this blog, that you get that contract signed lickety split. Again, there is no real accepted offer until you do. And now you have spent good money on inspections, you are slightly more invested. This is the point, however, that many buyers get cold feet at the... Continue Reading →