Another reason to use a Real Estate Agent is for their Experience and Expertise on Real Estate Contracts – All real estate agents and realtors must use the Colorado Real Estate Commission Approved contract. The purchase contract alone is 20 pages long. What do all those clauses mean? How do those deadlines fit into the overall timeline? What is a Lead Based Paint Form and when do I have to use it? What if I want to move one of the contract deadlines? Is there a form for that?
Expertise and Experience in Solving Problems
Experience and Expertise on Real Estate Contracts
Experience and Expertise on Negotiating
Knowledge on Local Data
Network of Professional Service Providers and Contractors
Experience to Help Evaluate ibuyer offers
Some of the many people involved in the transaction are the:
-HOA management company
Who handles what part of the transaction?
-Contractors (HVAC, plumbers, electricians, sewer scope companies, roofers, carpet installers, fireplace experts)
iBuyers – Weigh All Your Options First
Don’t Get Fleeced When you Sell Your Home.
In today’s rapidly evolving real estate industry, new companies are offering to buy your home fast with no repairs or listing it on the open market. Without knowing the real value of your home, it may cost you tens of thousands of dollars of your hard earned equity.
Always consult with a real estate professional about the retail value of your home before you accept a wholesale offer from an investor!
Contact us with your questions or concerns before you amke a decision you may regret later.
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This is from a realtor with Brokers Guild – Ryan Shaw
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With the wealth of information available online, many of today’s consumers are incredibly knowledgeable about the homebuying and selling process. Add in the desire to save — or make — as much money as possible, and it’s easy to see why you might be tempted to pass on hiring an agent.
But before flying solo, consider the benefits of having an empathetic and experienced negotiator on your side.
Local Data and Insider Knowledge
You may have lived in your neighborhood since the kids started school and know exactly how much the neighbor’s house sold for. But do you have all the tools of an expert? An agent’s local data can show you everything that’s selling right now and what buyers in your area are prepared to pay for your house.
Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make — and the amount of paperwork and legal jargon required proves it. Omitting or miswording even one line can lead to a costly mistake that’s much higher than the price of an agent’s commission.
Haggling over contract contingencies and home pricing can lead to negotiation fatigue and poor judgment calls for emotionally invested buyers and sellers. One key reason to work with a real estate agent is to have an experienced negotiator who’ll put your best interests first.
The complexity of property transactions means contractors, attorneys, lenders and financial advisers are also involved. A well-connected agent can put you in touch with other qualified and trustworthy real estate professionals who are ready to help.
Thinking about listing your home? Or looking for a new place to call home? Reach out today.