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- Publisher: FSBO Academy; 1 edition (September 29, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 29, 2015
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Check, Check, SOLD: A Checklist Guide To Selling Your Home For More Money Without An Agent - For Sale By Owner Kindle Edition
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For example, get an appraisal after your house is spiffed up and you think that it's ready for sale. Duh-oh, this will give you a realistic assessment of what your house is really worth in today's market. Have you done everything in the preparation lists - like cleaning the windows and removing all of your personal crap? Have you maintained your home over the years and kept its infrastructure up to date? To do it right, it will take 6 months to a year to get your house ready for sale. If you have no idea what's really involved in selling your home, then buy this book.
Let's face it. You can let your ego run amok and think that all of your stuff, er treasures, make your house an easy sell. OR, you can buy this book, follow its guidelines and get the most band for your buck for what's most likely your single largest asset. Personally, I want as much as possible in my pocket and a good sale sale. Spruce it up, price it right and get it sold.
Thank you, Mr. Jake Posey!
If you have already done some research on your own and are willing to take what feels like a somewhat scary risk of selling your home on your own, buy this book. It explains the process from beginning to end very well and summarizes the steps in a checklist type format.
By the way, one section talks about potentially using an MLS agent to get your home on the MLS. We had very good success with BuySelf.com. They were a little more expensive but I'd argue you get what you pay for. BuySelf provided excellent phone support (based out of Minnesota - thanks William and Al!), MLS listing updates made at no charge as needed, and you even get a lockbox for your door. I highly recommend both this book and BuySelf as a listing agent.
FYI - I have no personal interest in this book or company, I'm just sharing my experience as a satisfied customer for other potential home sellers who don't know where to get started.
Good luck in selling without an agent!