Many homeowners feel overwhelmed by all the details of selling their house and don’t know where to start. The best way to begin is by making a list of questions to ask. The right questions will help you feel more comfortable with the process overall. In addition, the answers to these questions will help you earn the most money possible for your home, which starts with deciding how to sell.
Because real estate is not a one size fits all industry, the method used to sell your home should be best suited to your particular property as well as all extenuating personal circumstances. Understanding the results of each option clearly, allows you to make an educated decision. Real estate agents and professional investors have combined forces to make the process easy, with the ability to help with any option you select, working with you as a hybrid agent investor.
Know you aren’t alone; we’ve gathered the top five questions we receive about selling a house in Nashville asked over the years by our satisfied sellers to help put your mind at ease.
What Must I Disclose?
Another question about selling a house in Nashville is about the disclosure. You must legally disclose any known defect or work completed without permits and any other cause which would prevent new owners from the full enjoyment of the property. Suppose you’re afraid you should hide something from buyers. Selling directly to a hybrid agent investor like those at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers, acting as a professional investor means you can sleep well, free of the burden. You no longer have to worry because concerns about any future legal responsibility for disclosures will fall onto our shoulders and off of yours.
Do I Need An Inspection?
An additional question about selling a house in Nashville is if home sellers need an inspection. Acting as an agent, a hybrid agent investor will likely recommend a pre-inspection to identify any issues identified and rectified. Your agent could use minor repairs as negotiating tools with buyers. However, suppose your property is older, or you’re aware of significant problems, such as the roof or foundation, working as a professional investor, like those at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers will purchase the property directly as-is. You can simply leave all of your concerns and repair bills behind as you move on with your new life.
Does Staging Matter?
One more question about selling a house in Nashville is about the expenditure on staging a home. Acting as an agent. the hybrid agent investors at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers advise staging because of the strong influence on buyers. When highly personal items are present, it inhibits moving beyond the sense of ownership these items represent. On the other hand, the depersonalization of the house allows buyers the freedom to visualize their belongings in the space during showings. If the thought of strangers walking through your home for showings keeps you from selling, working with the agent as a professional investor who will buy your home directly for a fair market price may be the solution you seek.
There is also the question of what must be left behind when selling a house in Nashville. Permanent attachments such as built-in cabinets or other items attached to walls or floors by which damage would result from removal, such as television mounts, should remain. Naturally, you’ll remove all personal property after the sale. In many cases, you may also take all or most of the appliances with you as well. Acting as an agent, an expert hybrid agent investor like those at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers can help you create a list, including what possessions you may be willing to offer as an incentive to sweeten a deal with a prospective buyer. On the other hand, when working with your agent as a professional investor, you have the freedom to leave anything behind that you don’t want. Simply move into your new home, leave the clean-up behind.
How Much Will Selling Cost?
Many homeowners are concerned about the out-of-pocket expenses of selling a house in Nashville. Last but not least, another question they ask is the cost to list the home on the MLS with your hybrid agent investor acting as a real estate agent. One of the unique benefits is that each sales method will be detailed by the numbers, allowing you to estimate the costs to hold onto the property, market, and pay commissions compared to selling directly. If a direct sale is the better option for your case, then working with your hybrid agent investor like those at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers as a professional investor eliminates them all, and because closing is fast, holding costs aren’t a concern.
The experienced hybrid agent investors at Middle Tennessee Home Buyers have the answers to all of your questions about selling a house in Nashville. To learn more, send us a message or call Middle Tennessee Home Buyers at (615) 492-6199.