A Cheatsheet for Buying & Selling Your Home with Less Stress

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There is something about real estate that can make people feel overwhelmed and stressed. Maybe it’s the amount of money you’re spending on that perfect Biltmore Forest real estate, or it could be the pressure you feel to be the best among the other Biltmore Forest homes for sale.
 
Whether you’re buying your perfect family home or you are considering listing your home for sale, keep reading. This is the ultimate cheat sheet that is going to help you get through the process without a lot of stress, hassle, or worry. It doesn’t have to be overwhelming, and you really don’t have to be worried when it comes to your Biltmore Forest real estate. There is a better way!

Get, and stay, organized


The biggest source of stress for buyers and sellers of Biltmore Forest real estate, or just homes in general, is a lack of organization. Too many of us get caught up doing something and lose track of important documents, papers, and information.
 
Whether you’re buying or selling, start a binder now. Yes, right now — head over to Amazon or run to Target, and grab a Home Seller or Home Buyer binder. As a seller, you want all of your home documents in here: title information, insurance information, any repairs you have done since you’ve owned your Biltmore Forest real estate that will matter to a new buyer, and any extra information you have that will be important to the sale. As the process goes along, any new information you get from your agent should be added to the binder.
 
As a buyer, your binder is a little different but still very important. In it, you’re going to want to keep track of all the Biltmore Forest homes for sale you have seen and loved, or even seen and disliked. Simply printing the first page of an online listing, or writing down the address and some notes is more than enough. This will help you reference what you like and don’t like about Biltmore Forest homes for sale as you go through this process.
 
You should also have a section in your binder for the information you will need during the buying process, including mortgage pre-qualification, tax information, and even banking information. It’s also recommended for buyers to write down a list of must-haves for their new Biltmore Forest real estate, and keep it on top. This way when they are considering viewing a new home, they can evaluate if it is even a contender immediately.

For a seller: Create a system for showings


As a seller, you might end up feeling pressured by your agent, or potential buyers, to schedule showings when it is not convenient for you. This pressure could also just be coming from yourself, wanting to be accommodating when it comes to your home in order to stay competitive with other Biltmore Forest homes for sale. This can cause a lot of stress in your average day or week — nothing disrupts a Monday night routine more than strangers walking around your Biltmore Forest real estate when you’re supposed to be making dinner or doing laundry.
 
Create a system that works for you and your family for showings, and stick to it. This could be that you can only offer showings Tuesday and Thursday evenings while you’re at your son’s soccer games and Saturday afternoons. That’s okay! If that makes it less stressful for you, do it. In this market, a buyer will not be intimidated or put off by these restrictions.

As a buyer: be flexible

It’s hard to tell someone to be flexible when they’re looking to spend a lot of money on their dream Biltmore Forest real estate, but it’s really the best advice anyone can give you when buying a home. When it comes to Biltmore Forest homes for sale, you need to keep in mind before ever going into a property that no home is going to be absolutely perfect and within your price range.
 
Being flexible with your expectations and realizing that compromises may have to be made to get that dream home is going to make the process much more relaxed. Obviously, don’t make major compromises — if you need four bedrooms and an office, a 3 bedroom home with no space for your desk and your family isn’t going to work. But paint on the walls, cabinet colors, and even countertops can all be changed eventually. When looking at Biltmore Forest homes for sale, just keep this in mind.

Listen to your agent


This one applies to both the buyers and the sellers reading this: always, always, always listen to your real estate agent. You hired this person, or this group, to help you with this process. That means you trust them and their experience. If you don’t trust them, find a new agent that handles Biltmore Forest homes for sale and is a better fit for your needs.
 
A good, experienced agent has seen literally hundreds of real estate transactions over their career, and they understand how the market shifts. Their job is to get you the best deal, either as a buyer or a seller of Biltmore Forest real estate. Trust that your agent has the right qualifications and experience, and is working on your behalf.
 
Don’t have an agent you trust? This isn’t something you’ll want to do by yourself, that’s for sure. Despite how many resources are online, working with a qualified agent is probably the easiest way to keep the process going smoothly, and without stress.
 
Don’t hesitate to reach out to Panashe if you need an ally for your buying or selling process. This real estate group has worked with some of the best Asheville and Biltmore Forest homes for sale, and can help find you the perfect home for your family. Or, if you’re a seller, help find the perfect buyer for your Biltmore Forest real estate. Don’t wait and make the process even harder on yourself — call today, and get started.



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