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Getting Through the Emotional Garbage of Selling or Buying a Home

October 18th, 2014 12:33 PM by Dan Howard

Get Rid of the Fears

Most buyers and sellers react to fears. If you have a preapproval mortgage letter, a seller does not need to fear that you can’t obtain a loan after they accept an offer. If you have a pre market inspection, the potential buyer does not need to fear losing all of their inspection and appraisal money if there are hidden problems.         

Rid Yourself of Uncertainty

If you know where you stand on the issues you can make better decisions in less time.  When your ducks are in a row, it is easier for the other side in a transaction to accept a deal with you at your terms. This can be a make or break advantage in a deal. 

Girding Yourself for the Closing

For most buyers, this will be one of the worst days of their life. The closing officer will fill out a form that will have at least one surprise for you.  Will the deal that has to close so that your buyer will be able to close yours actually happen?  Will there be a mistake you miss on one of the papers you sign? Will you have enough money on that day? It is just a difficult time that you will always remember. 

Let me give you two suggestions for getting yourself ready for buying and selling. Watch HGTV and take the time to research and interview the people you work with in this important endeavor. Have a good team of professionals to help you get from the start to the finish line
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Posted by Dan Howard on October 18th, 2014 12:33 PM



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