Why Sell With Us?
With a proven track record, the right skill set and years of experience, The Bartos Group has all the tools to sell your home. We have help hundreds of buyers and sellers reach their real estate objectives. See our Client Reviews. If you’re serious about selling your home, we’re serious about getting the job done. Who you work with in today’s market matters. Put us to work while you sit back and relax and know that we have it covered.
Marketing Your Home
Selling a home takes a well thought out game plan. We have just that ready to list your home.
You want an agent with a proven track record of selling homes. This is especially true for homes like yours in your area.
What’s Your Home Worth?
Not sure if this is a good time to sell? Wonder how much you could get for your home? Let us create a comparative market analysis for your home to answer those questions and more.
Escrow and Closing Costs
Once your offer is accepted, our team will walk you through the closing process. If you have already picked a closing agent you will need to do so. You have a choice of closing with an attorney or a title company, aka the CLOSING AGENT. See Service Providers. Based on the contract terms, your buyer will need to provide your initial deposit into escrow with your closing agent. Escrow is an account were the closing agent holds these funds until they are dispersed to your closing agent before being dispersed to you. Most closing agents require that the funds be wire transferred to the escrow account to assure there are no delays in the funding. Closing Costs will vary depending on the closing agent that you use. However, it generally runs about 1% of the purchase price. You will be required to provide prorated credits for items like property taxes, security deposits, etc. that may be due in the future. You can ask the closing agent for an estimate of their closing fees once you have identified the property.
The Inspection Period is the time when the buyer, or their licensed home inspector, can inspect the property for any defective items. Once the inspections are completed, the buyer may request the defective items be repaired or replace, or in lieu of repairs request a credit, or a combination of both. Based on the contract used, the seller will or will not be obligated to make the repairs. However, this is a negotiation point in the contract. Therefore, both parties must agree on the items in order for the transaction to be completed.