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Here you can find just about everything that you need to know when selling Real Estate in Asheville and Hendersonville NC. Whether its a Luxury Home, Luxury Townhouse or Condo, a palatial residence within a Gated Community or Golf Course Luxury Home, a Private Estate or Mountain Get-A-Away for the summer, Commercial Land, Investment Properties or Lakefront Property, this Seller's Information Page can be the gateway for selling a home in Western North Carolina.
First off, I invite you investigate the 10 myths of Selling a Home which exposes some of the common misnomers that you should avoid, and the 10 steps you will likely take when selling your home or real estate. Next investigate why you need to engage a qualified realtor when selling any Real Estate in NC and my promises to you when engaged as your licensed broker and agent. For some good pointers, read up on Real Estate Agency Law, Home Warranties, Closing Information, and other Home Services that you should know about. Selling a home in Asheville NC can be a lot easier and pain-free with a realtor. Also learn how to find how much your home or property is worth on today's market, as well as to how dress your home for success.
You can download all this information in our complete sellers package entitled "Why Do I Need A Realtor?" (in PDF format) if you wish, containing all that you may anticipate when selling Real Estate in Asheville and Hendersonville NC, and the Greater Asheville Area.
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Let’s face it: When your house goes on the market, you’re not only opening the door to prospective buyers, but also sometimes to unknown vendors and naïve or unqualified buyers. As with any business transaction, there is an expected protocol to how sellers, buyers and their respective agents interact. Should you find yourself in a sticky situation, alert your agent so he or she can address and remedy the problem.
The aggressive agent
When your agent puts your house on the market, typically all promotional materials state clearly that your agent is the primary contact for buyers and buyers’ agents. However, sometimes a buyer’s agent will contact a seller directly to try to either win over their business or cut the seller’s agent out of the deal. This is not reputable behavior and you should report it to your agent immediately if it happens to you.
The unscrupulous vendor
Have you ever started a business or moved into a new house and suddenly found your mailbox full of junk mail? Unfortunately, this also can happen when you put your house on the market. When you sell your home, it necessitates all kinds of new purchasing decisions and less-than-ethical vendors are keenly aware of this. Though MLS organizations enforce rules on how posted information is used, some companies have found ways to cull information from various sources to produce mass mailing lists. If you find yourself regularly emptying your mailbox of junk, let your agent know. He or she can tap the appropriate sources to prompt an investigation into the matter.
The naïve buyer
Yard signs, Internet listings and other advertisements can generate a lot of buzz for your home. Some prospective buyers — particularly first-timers — will be so buzzed to see your home that they’ll simply drop by. If this happens, no matter how nice these unexpected visitors are, it’s best not to humor their enthusiasm by discussing your home or giving an impromptu tour. Instead, politely let them know that your real estate agent is in charge of scheduling tours and provide them with the agent’s contact information. If you attempt to handle these surprise visits on your own, you might inadvertently disclose information that could hurt you during negotiations down the road.
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Whether its a North Carolina luxury homes on your own Private Mountain Estate in one of our uniquely designed plush Golfing Communities, Exclusive Gated Communities, Active Adult Communities, surrounding Lake Communities, or a great Condominium, Loft or Townhome, all of Greater Asheville and Hendersonville Luxury Homes are within reach with Kathleen Blanchette. Feel Free to browse the entire website of all available Greater Asheville Real Estate MLS and Western North Carolina MLS, for all Asheville Real Estate Properties, Land Acreage, Horse farms, Investment Properties, Commercial Real Estate, New Home Plans, as well as handy relocation and moving calculators, tips for buying and selling a house, city and school reports, and more. Just call us when you're ready to move ahead!