Q: What details about my home should I disclose to buyers?
The more your buyer knows up front, the better.
Part of the buying process is having the home inspected.
So any defects will come to light eventually anyway.
If you’re upfront about them, it will save you from unexpected contingencies entering into the deal later.
But ideally, you should strive to fix any defects in your home before you list.
Conducting your own preemptive inspection may be worthwhile.
Q: If I list my Winter Park home and get an offer, how do I know if I should accept it?
A: It’s complicated, but your realtor can help.
An offer is usually more than just a dollar amount.
It also involves terms.
So even if the offered dollar amount is acceptable, the wrong set of accompanying terms can undermine it.
Your Winter Park listing agent can help you decide whether accepting an offer is in your best interest.
Q: How long will it take to sell my Winter Park home after I list?
A: It depends.
The national average between listing and closing on a home is 68 days.
But every market is different.
Your realtor will analyze the Winter Park market to help you set a realistic desired sale date.
As well as help you expedite your sale with proper preparations and pricing, and strategic marketing.