Are you thinking about selling your own home? You may feel there are many advantages to doing so, after all think of all the money you could save? You might also love the idea of being in control of the entire process and not worrying that someone won’t have your interests in first place.

While these factors may make you decide that selling your own home is for you, there is a lot of things you need to think about. This process can be a lot harder than you may think. Here is a few factors you will want to consider:

What kind of experience do you have in the real estate field? If you do not have any, it will take a great deal of research and work to make sure you do it right.

A potential buyer may be more comfortable dealing with a real estate agent than with the seller directly.

Remember that a real estate agent is experienced in their profession, and knows the market well. Are you aware of the prices homes sell for in your area? It could happen that you want a certain amount of money for your home, but waste time trying to sell it for that amount.

When it comes to the important issues, real estate agents also know not to cut corners. They know how important it is to get a home inspection done by a certified professional for example.

If you are planning on selling your own home, are you prepared for all the rules and regulations that come with selling a property? as well as what types of agreements you will need to have? This is all possible for someone who has done their research and is very organized.

So, as we can see, selling your own home can be beneficial as it could potentially save you money, but it requires a lot of hard work. We are here to help you. Don’t hesitate to contact us, your local InterNACHI Certified Home Inspector.

What Every Home Buyer in Maryland Should Know

We want you to be protected, and to buy the home of your dreams. 

But there is a fine line between buying the home of your dreams... or ending up with a money pit.

Don't have your dream turn into a nightmare. Enter your email below to get important information when buying a home in Maryland.

Thank you. Please check your email.