Seller concessions: How a seller can pay your closing costs

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Don’t ignore renter leads! 6 steps for turning them into homebuyers

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Let’s Make a Deal! 7 Things You Can Negotiate When Buying a Home—Beyond the Asking Price

Realtor.com

In most parts of the country, sellers often have multiple bids right now,” says Danielle Samalin , CEO of Framework Homeownership. “In But even in a seller’s market, there are myriad opportunities to negotiate, from requesting home repairs to offering a speedy closing.

What is a home appraisal gap?

Housing Wire

Your next move would be to renegotiate with the seller. Ask for seller concessions to make up for the increased price. Change your closing date to a more convenient one for the seller.

Selling FSBO? Tally Your Closing Costs Without a Realtor

HomeLight

Other than that, you’re on the hook for the same closing costs as any other seller. Additional closing costs may include any seller concessions, attorney fees, and the buyer’s agent’s commission. Some sellers attempt to waive the fee and sell direct, but it doesn’t go well.

Spooky New Research Shows 60% of Americans Would Buy a Haunted House

Realty Biz

Unsurprisingly, home sellers are in no rush to advertise the likely presence of ghosts in their property for fear of — literally — scaring off potential buyers. Some states require sellers to disclose whether a violent death or homicide occurred on the property in recent years — in some areas, you will need to ask. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, the seller is required to answer truthfully about potential paranormal activity in the house but only when asked directly.

Onto the Next: What to Know Before Selling Your Recently Purchased Home

HomeLight

Or perhaps it is just a seller’s market and selling makes sense, even after a short time.”. Seller concessions (2% – 6%). When selling after six months , Liu says sellers should generally expect to lose money.

Can You Sell a Home in Foreclosure? Why Time Is of the Essence

HomeLight

The best advice I can give to sellers facing foreclosure is don’t wait till the last minute. And as of this writing in 2020, home values are rising quickly as buyers desperately search for houses, putting seller’s in the driver’s seat. “We

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