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From Offer to Completed Sale

When marketing efforts bring a purchase offer, your Prudential agent's role will be: Negotiate the agreement Explain the offer to you and answer your questions. Help you determine the best course of action by pointing out potential advantages and disadvantages of the offer and clarifying the choices available to you. Prepare an Estimate of Net Proceeds based on the proposed price and terms. Negotiate through the buyer’s agent, and handle possible counter offers, to reach a final agreement that is favorable to you. Complete the transaction Explain to you in detail all the steps that will occur for a successful closing, and answer any questions you might have. Work with the buyer’s broker, settlement officer, title officer and others to help coordinate their activities and keep the transaction moving forward. Monitor progress of inspections, the buyer’s loan and other contingencies as called for in the purchase contract. Resolve questions or problems that might arise, in order to ensure a timely closing. Accompany the buyer and buyer’s agent during their final walk-through of the property. Assist you in handling details required for the completion of the transaction. Communicate with you on a regular basis so that you can stay informed and as worry-free as possible. Follow up after the sale closes Confirm that all your real estate-related needs have been met, and provide information on service providers you may require. Offer relocation assistance, if moving to a new area. Help you locate a new home if remaining in this area.

Tags: Prudential Preferred, Marketing

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