Selling My Home in Charleston SC
Are you thinking of putting your home on the market for sale? Perhaps your home has been on the market with another agent and it expired because the other agent failed to sell it. Either way, you’ve come to the right place. Selling your home can be a stressful but exciting process if you take the time to investigate your realtor options, the market, your future residence, and tips to get your home in the best selling condition. We know the process can seem daunting, but that’s why the Matt Anderson Properties team provides the professional guidance to maximize your home’s value. Along with our unique marketing plan, we pride ourselves on collaborative relationships, utilizing our knowledge of the Charleston real estate market, negotiation skills, and hard work in getting the highest dollar amount for your home in the shortest amount of time.
The Virtual Shift
Real estate has gone virtual. The Post & Courier and other “traditional” media” are quickly taking a back seat to comprehensive online databases of homes. A study from the National Association of Realtors reported that 2% of buyers started their home search online in 1995. In 2004, this number rose to 77% and today, almost 85% of buyers start their home search on the Internet. The paradigm has shifted and continues to take new shapes as more and more online resources becomes available. It is imperative that you find an experienced group of agents who are constantly tracking new technologies. From online social networking to search engine optimization, Matt Properties will ensure that your Charleston area property will receives the online exposure it deserves, setting it apart from the competition.
Title insurance fees depend on the sales price of the home.
Brokers commission is a full-service fee and will cost anywhere between 5% to 7%. Local property transfer tax, country transfer tax, state transfer tax, and state capital gains tax are the charges that you’ll pay for the privilege of selling your home. Credit to the buyer of unpaid real estate taxes for the prior or current year are variable and depend on when you close and when your taxes are due. FHA fees and costs are all fees are now negotiable between an FHA buyer and seller. Home inspection fees are in some circumstances paid for by the seller and include pest, radon and other inspections. Miscellaneous fees can accrue from correcting problems noticed during the home inspection.