18) Contact agents who have shown the home requesting feedback pertaining to the condition, and pricing of the home.
19) Recommend changes in pricing or marketing strategy as needed.
20) Return your phone calls, text messages, and emails in a timely manner.
21) Present all offers received in a timely manner. Help you understand the terms and conditions and pricing of the home.
22) Advise you during the negotiation process to help you get the best deal possible.
23) Collect all deposits in a timely manner, and monitor important contract dates pertaining to deposits, home inspection, and mortgage contingency.
24) Help you navigate the home inspection process from the seller perspective, including review, presentation, and negotiation of request for repairs.
25) Recommend contractors if needed to make repairs after inspection agreement.
26) Forward your contract to the attorney of your choice who will represent you for the close of the sale.
27) Confirm with you that agreed-upon repairs from the home inspection have been completed prior to closing and that the buyer has been provided with any paid invoices.
28) Monitor receipt of mortgage commitment (as applicable) and notify your attorney when it is received so the closing can be scheduled.
29) Confirm the buyer’s final walkthrough and confirm with you that all personal property has been removed.
30) Provide the attorney with the held escrow, ensuring they have what they need for a successful closing.