Selling Process

 

Your Hasson broker will guide you through the home selling process from the market analysis to the closing table. You will have complete confidence knowing your Hasson broker has educated you thoroughly, allowing you to make informed decisions throughout the process.


1. MEET WITH YOUR HASSON BROKER

Discuss your goals and determine a course of action. During this time your Hasson broker will complete a full market analysis that will evaluate and compare your property with others.

 

2. MARKETING PLAN

Your Hasson broker will execute a marketing plan devised specifically for you and your property. This plan may include open houses, various forms of advertising, agent networking, etc.

 

3. PREPARE YOUR HOME TO SELL

Once you have determined a plan, make sure your home is prepared to show before going to market. This may include pre-inspection, home staging, or repairs.

 

4. SEAL THE DEAL

Once an offer has been presented to you, your Hasson broker will negotiate on your behalf the price, terms and conditions, knowing your goals and working to achieve them.

 

5. ESCROW PROCESS

During the escrow process there are many obstacles to maneuver. Your Hasson broker has the knowledge, experience and expertise to help you navigate through:

  • The lender process, including appraisal
  • The home inspection process, which may include a variety of inspections such as radon, sewer scope, oil tanks, wells, septic tanks, siding, roofing and boundary lines
  • The inspection repair process
  • Possible title issues

During the transaction, your Hasson broker has access to the best technology to keep you informed along the way. Our efficient system allows your broker to easily create, sign, store and share all documents online, ensuring a smooth and efficient transaction

 

6. CLOSING DAY

Your Hasson broker will help you review the closing statement and guide you to the appropriate professional(s) to answer any remaining questions. Once papers are signed, documents are recorded, and funds are disbursed, the transaction will be complete.

 

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