You love your home, and think it should sell for top dollar. But how do you make sure buyers see it the same way? Find out about marketing strategies, appropriate pricing, negotiating, and tax issues here.
As a home seller, you could just sit back and wait for the buyer to do a home inspection. But that leaves you open to a problem: The buyer’s inspection may turn up hidden defects or problems that can turn the negotiating tables in the buyer’s favor.
Talk to anyone who's just sold a home, and you'll probably see some eye-rolling as they recount how the supposed profits were undercut by one expense after another. But the results won't seem quite so shocking if you know what to expect.