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You're ready to sell your property. You know there's a lot to consider along the way. One of your first decisions is to select a real estate company and real estate agent who'll join you in the process. When you sell a home, it’s not just about selling an asset; it’s about finding a buyer that offers you and your family the best future possible. As your trusted advisors, our agents are ready to walk you through every stage of your selling journey – from guiding you through getting your home on the market to marketing your property to managing the offer and closing the process.
Sell your home with confidence
Our local agents have the experience, training, and advanced tools to help you sell your home, negotiate the best price, and get the professional advice you need to feel great about the sale of your home. When you work with a real estate agent, you'll get selling support at every step, from prepping and listing your home to marketing that gets buyers in the door.
How does it work?
  • Once you’ve chosen your CondoGo agent, and together have prepped your house for sale and set a price, you’re ready for the public to see your home.
  • A showing happens either at an open house, which is a scheduled session while anyone can come by without an appointment, or during an appointment scheduled with you or your listing agent.
  • Your CondoGo agent is a great source of advice on details for your home preparations so that your house is placed competitively in the market. Planning will likely include two phases. During phase one, before photos are taken and before the first showing, you should:
PRO TIP # 1 List of the things you can do to prepare your house for showing
Clean your property profoundly, Paint some part or all your property, Do small repairs such as sealing tubs, windows or doors etc., Make major repairs if needed and in your budget, such as replacing your counters or appliances, Upgrade your lighting or light bulbs to make your rooms brighter, Spruce up the landscaping, Power-wash your decks and sidewalks if needed, Stage your furniture to showcase your home’s best features, Remove personal items such as family photos, Declutter every surface and storage space, Reorganize your closets and pack excess items, Eliminate odors by cleaning the fireplace or pulling out musty rugs, Add a color scheme with rugs or pillows if needed to warm up your home.
PRO TIP # 2 Three important things you can do to help get your house sold are:
Leave when your house is being shown. Buyers would rather look at homes when they can move around freely and the owners aren’t there. Make your house as available as possible. While it can be uncomfortable to show your home at dinnertime or on weekends, buyers who can’t see a property when they’re eager may cross it off their list. Take note to any feedback from buyers or agents about ways you can make your home even more attractive.

Congratulations! You received a message from your CondoGo agent that you have an offer on your home. Now you need to evaluate that offer and decide how to respond.

PRO TIP # 1 An offer to buy your home is a purchase agreement signed by the potential buyer that includes:
  • The price amount of the offer
  • An explanation of how the buyers will pay
  • The terms – such as a request for closing cost help or contingencies such as the sale of the buyers’ house, a final mortgage approval, a satisfactory home inspection and an appraisal
  • A target date for closing
  • Money deposit
  • Irrevocable time limit for the offer
PRO TIP # 2 When you receive an offer to buy your home, you and your CondoGo agent should review it and consider whether you want to accept it. Whether you have one offer or several, you and your agent will look at:
  • Whether the buyer has included or waived contingencies on the offer.
  • Where the funds are coming from, such as all-cash, a reputable local lender, a well-known online lender or etc.
  • The proposed closing date and date of possession of the house to see if it is in line with your needs
  • Any special requests for items to pass on or for special inspections etc.
PRO TIP # 3 If you receive multiple offers, your CondoGo agent can advise you on one of these options:
Accept the best offer. If one offer stands out above the rest, you can accept that one right away. But be careful not to be moved by a high offer if the financing seems uncertain or if the buyer hasn’t explained a plan for a possible low appraisal.
PRO TIP # 4 Counter all the offers to get a better price and terms.
You can ask all potential buyers to give you their best offer by a certain deadline. Counter one offer that’s close to what you want. If you like one offer but think that the buyers could do a little better, you can send them a counteroffer to find out if they’ll accept it.
PRO TIP # 5 You and the buyers can negotiate until you both agree on the final contract.
Your CondoGo agent is your best supporter during the negotiations and is equipped with the data and knowledge to guide you.

Most buyers request a home inspection as a condition of their offer. While a home inspector will dig deeper into your home than a buyer, the preparation you made before your first showing should help you get ready for the inspection. Your CondoGo agent can give you personalized advice, too.

A home inspection is a detailed review of your home’s structure and systems by a professional home inspector. Buyers can use the inspection report to decide either to withdraw their offer if a major issue is uncovered or to request repairs if the contract is contingent on a satisfactory report. In some cases, a home inspection is solely for the buyers’ information and can’t be used to negotiate.

PRO TIP # 1 The inspector will check:
Structural conditions such as the foundation, beams and floors, Roof condition, Mechanical systems such as heat and air conditioning, Appliances – to make sure they’re working, although some inspectors skip appliances that are not built-in, Plumbing – for leaks, rust and water pressure, Electrical systems such as grounded outlets and code violations, Safety issues such as stairs, handrails, mold or chimney maintenance.
PRO TIP # 2 The inspector won’t check:
some items that are unusual or inaccessible, such as: Septic systems, Wells, Underground pipes and sprinkler systems, Swimming pools and spas, Playground equipment.
PRO TIP # 3 Things to do do before the home inspector arrives you should:
Clean your house, remove your pets, Make sure all your light bulbs work. Empty your washing machine, dryer, oven, and dishwasher in case they are inspected. Make sure everything is accessible, including your upper floor, a basement, your garage and any sheds.
PRO TIP # 4 Leave a note if anything doesn’t work and explain the fact that you’re getting it fixed.
Provide documents about maintenance and repairs. Leave your cell phone number for the inspector.

Once the inspection report has been created you and your CondoGo agent can discuss how to handle any possible issues the buyers mention. You can negotiate with the buyers, decide to fix an item, provide money for the buyers to fix it themselves or provide documentation that the problem has already been addressed.

As you near the end of your home sale journey, you will need to pass one more test: an appraisal. Your CondoGo agent can help you collect materials and prepare for the appraiser’s visit.

PRO TIP # 1 An appraisal is an objective valuation of your property that serves as a safeguard for the buyer and the buyer’s lender.
While the buyer pays for an appraisal, the appraiser actually works for the lender. At the same time an appraiser may look at some of the same things as a home inspector, the result is an appraised value of your property rather than a condition report.
PRO TIP # 2 Appraisers use as many measurable pieces of data available to provide an accurate value of your property, including:
Comparable properties in your area that are of similar size, age and condition, The condition of your home’s systems and structure, The square feet of your property The number of bedrooms and bathrooms, your location, The quality of your flooring, plumbing and electrical systems, Appraisers include research about other properties and neighborhood values, as well as an in-person visit for their evaluation of your home.
PRO TIP # 3 Preparing for an appraisal is similar to getting ready for an inspection. You should:
Provide a list of all major improvements to the home and the age and condition of your roof, heating and air conditioning system, and appliances. Provide any permits required for home improvements, Clean your house. Provide full access to all rooms and spaces, including the garage, sheds, the loft and crawlspace, Remove or crate your pets, Leave the house, or at least stay out of the appraiser’s way.
PRO TIP # 4 An appraisal could require a renegotiation if the property value comes in lower than the sales price.
The appraised value dictates the maximum amount the lender will allow the buyers to borrow, minus their down payment. Depending on how the contract was written, if the appraisal is low, you can: Ask the buyer to come up with extra cash to make up the difference between the loan amount and the purchase price. Lower your price to the appraised value, split up the difference with the buyer or cancel the contract.

While it’s tempting to focus on your next move, your CondoGo agent is likely to remind you that until the closing is over, you have some final responsibilities as a seller.

PRO TIP # 1 Before the closing day, you’ll need to:
Take care of repairs required by the contract, keep all receipts and invoices and before-and-after photos of repairs, gather all appliance manuals and warranties for your buyers, hire a mover, Cancel all utilities for the day after you move, Cancel all utilities for the day after you move. Change your address, review all settlement documents, especially the settlement statement, Check the property survey to be sure it’s correct, Clean the house, prepare for the buyers’ final walk-through, Sellers may or may not attend the closing, so you should consult your CondoGo agent and the settlement company to decide what’s best.
PRO TIP # 2 Sellers’ expenses, which are deducted from the proceeds of the sale, include:
Final balance on your mortgage, Real estate commissions, Prorated property taxes, utility bills, homeowner’s insurance, and homeowners’ association dues.
PRO TIP # 3 If you can’t move before the closing, you’ll need to arrange a rentback from the buyers.
Your CondoGo agent can help you complete appropriate paperwork for a rentback. If you are moving, the buyers will do a walk-through of your home within 24 hours before the closing to check that the property is in good condition. If the buyers find something that needs to be fixed, your agent can help you decide how to handle it. Whether or not you attend the closing, you’ll need to provide house keys to your buyers, along with all alarm codes, remote controls for the garage, and mailbox or gate keys.
PRO TIP # 4 After the closing, you’ll: Obtain proceeds from the sale, usually by wire transfer.
Cancel your homeowner’s insurance “post-close” – to make sure you’re covered on that day. Save your closing documents and home improvement records for taxes.