Let’s say a buyer submits a full price offer on a property, along with a solid pre-approval letter, and a strong earnest money deposit. The seller declines the offer. Can they do that? <Insert proper disclaimer that I am not an attorney, this is not legal advice, and you should contact an attorney for counsel […]
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Should I Sell My Michigan Home During the Holidays?
The question of whether or not to sell your home in Michigan during the holidays comes up every year. It is a legitimate question.The answer is…it is really up to the seller, homes sell year round…but it could have advantages. What would you say if I told you, December has been my highest selling […]
Is Demand for a Dedicated Home Office Dying?
With software like Quicken, Google Drive, Evernote and Kindle, the amount of paper we keep in our homes is decreasing. We no longer need a dedicated home office in which to store our important documents and family photos, we’ve migrated to the online Oz of Google. When we show homes, we see once dedicated office […]
Shredding Paper and Starting Fires
How Much Should We Pad Our List Price?
Sellers Disclosure Statement – Your Ticket Out of a Lawsuit
A Sellers Disclosure Statement (SDS) is a statement of condition, required by law in many states. It should be completed by the seller and provided to the buyer on every listing, except those exempted by law. By the way, if you ask your agent for help and they decline, they are not being difficult; it […]