As a Maine real estate professional, our office does everything humanly possible to get the listing to the very long closing table.
The reason for all our dog and pony is to get to the real estate closing for the property listing transfer. That needs to happen as quickly, easily and the least costly way possible for both buyers and sellers of real estate.
Time is money in a property sale and it is not a pretend play game for kids.
The costs associated with real estate sales hit the wallet or purse hard too.
Have to be paid whether a sale happens or not. Ouch!
So blog posts, videos on pricing, marketing the real estate is so important have been hunt and pecked on this channel.
Lots of blog posts on what can go wrong in real estate listing, selling and how to see the red flags, avoid the quicksand too.
But one topic is often overlooked in another leading cause of a real estate sale derailment. Making the transfer like a house of cards.
Possession of the premises, the property by a tenant, an owner that just won't go. Says they will, knows they won't.
Sometimes because of seller's remorse. Not just buyer's have remorse and develop cold feet don't ya know. Tenants can be a family member which is even worse.