Third of the Twelve Real Estate in San Diego, CA Tips
With just a few days left until Christmas, I think it would be the best time to begin a special blog series. Up until Christmas Eve, I’ll be bringing you the 12 Days of Real Estate Tips in San Diego. It would include guidelines on how you can make the most out of your transactions whether you’re a homebuyer, seller or investor. Plus, I’ll be using the “12 Days of Christmas” song to make it more interesting.
“Three French Hens”
TIP #3: Three Things to Consider in an Offer
Making or Receiving an offer for a House for Sale in San Diego is never a cakewalk. There are several things to consider carefully so you don’t experience regretting your actions regarding an offer whether you’re a buyer or seller. To make it easier for you, I summed up three factors that you should focus your attention on your offer – the Three French Hens.
The RIGHT price depends heavily on the fair market value of a San Diego Real Estate Property. The best way to determine this is by being aware of the most recent Housing Price Trends of the precise neighborhood where the House for Sale in San Diego is. If the home is priced higher or lower than it’s fair market value, find out early on the reason for the pricing.
This covers the payment and time factors of the offer. Basically, it is the part where buyers and seller of Real Estate in San Diego find each other’s common ground. It is further divided into six categories that you should look into to guarantee that the offer is deemed as proper: Schedule of Important Events, Warranty, Earnest Money, Conveyances (items that are included in the sale), Commission of the Agents or Brokers, and Closing Costs.
The conditions of the offer serves as the back up plan in the event that one of the terms are not met. It protects you from unforeseen instances. Of course, you should consider the interest of the other party to guarantee that things are fair and the offer is accepted.
In the event that you are still struggling in your offer for San Diego Houses for Sale, always remember that the Real Estate Broker you’ve partnered with will be able to give you assistance as they have the expertise. Just be sure that you are comfortable with all the items before you submit or accept an offer. Please check out the next tips of the 12 Days of Real Estate in San Diego in the coming days to gain the leverage that you need in any sales transaction.