You’ve made the decision to put your house on the market, and now you’re facing the realization that your decision to go solar two years ago might hinder the sale of your home.
Real Estate agents need to be familiar with TRID and be mindful of the rules in order to assist both buyers and sellers. The below points are essential for agents to understand to keep closings on track and meet clients expectations.
Buying a new home or property is anything but simple. The legal and financial complexities of this process can overwhelm you. That’s what a real estate agent is supposed to help you through. When you hire an agent, you do so to get the best deal for you and your family. But what if your agent isn’t really working for you?
Whether you’re in the market to buy a new home or you’re on the verge of listing your home for sale, finding a good realtor, one that you can relate to and feel at ease with, should be the first thing on your list of things to do. A good realtor will help pave the way to an easier, and hopefully quicker, closing.
You have found your dream home and you are now speaking with you lender about all of the additional requirements and expenses that you are responsible for. Along with inspections and permits, you find out that you need to pay for title insurance. Many people then start to question if it is actually necessary or is it just an additional fee tucked into your piles of paperwork.