The Learning Center

  • With the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Home Bay is offering an alternative solution to show your home safely. Thankfully, open houses and showings don’t have to stop. To ensure the safety of everyone involved in the home selling process, we are strongly encouraging upcoming showings and open houses to be done virtually. While we are encouraged to stay home, virtual tours are a convenient way to connect with potential buyers and answer questions they may have about your listing. Virtual tou

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  • During the inspection contingency period, your buyer has a right to bring in various inspectors to check out the quality and state of your home. So what happens if the inspector finds things wrong, your buyer submits a request for repairs and you don't want to fix them?

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  • In most states, the offer to purchase real estate says the purchase is “as is.” Nonetheless, offers also typically allow for buyers to inspect the property, review reports and seller's disclosures and cancel the agreement if the buyers are not completely satisfied with what they find.

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  • Where Does Home Bay Operate?

    By Home Bay

    Posted on December 3rd, 2019

    Home Bay currently operates in the state of California When selling a home with Home Bay, your dedicated local agent assists you remotely, saving time, money and hassle. Plus, you have access to our full team of brokers, transaction coordinators and legal consultants. If you have a question regarding a listing in one of these states please email us at hello@homebay.com.

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  • Home Bay Holiday Hours

    By Home Bay

    Posted on November 20th, 2019

    Happy Holidays, from the Home Bay team. We hope that you are enjoying every single minute of this holiday season. In observance of the holidays, Home Bay will be closed on the following dates: * Thanksgiving * Christmas * New Years Day We assure you that your emails and phone calls will be returned as soon as we return to the office.

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  • WATER HEATER STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

    By Home Bay

    Posted on October 4th, 2019

    Background California law requires that all new and replacement water heaters and existing residential water heaters be braced, anchored or strapped to resist falling or horizontal displacement due to earthquake motion.  The minimum standard for this security is set forth in the California Plumbing Code, which may be more restrictively amended by local or municipal code or ordinance.  Therefore, it is important to check with local city or county building and safety departments regarding the a

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  • 1. Disclosures & Waiver of Claims: a. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. When it accumulates indoors in sufficient quantities, it can present health risks to persons exposed. Throughout the United States, including in Florida, there are buildings that contain levels of radon that exceed federal and state guidelines. You should contact the county health department covering the area in which the Property is located for additional information.

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  • DIGITAL SIGNATURE TERMS OF USE

    By Home Bay

    Posted on October 2nd, 2019

    From time to time, Home Bay (we, us or company) may be required by law to provide to you certain written notices or disclosures. Described below are the terms and conditions for providing to you such notices and disclosures electronically through the Home Bay electronic signing system, and for you agreeing to be bound by digital signature throughout your Home Bay experience, both with Home Bay directly and third parties using the Home Bay system. Please read the information below carefully and

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  • Prior to entering into this Agreement with you, Georgia law requires Broker make certain disclosures to you: 1. Advise you of the types of brokerage relationships available through Broker and Broker's office policy. These relationships and policies are described below. 2. Advise you of any other brokerage relationships held by Broker that would conflict with any interest of yours actually known to Broker. While not legally considered to be a conflict, Broker and Broker's affil

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  • 1. The amount or rate of real estate commissions is not fixed by law. They are set by each Broker individually and may be negotiable between Seller and Broker (real estate commissions include all compensation and fees to Broker). 2. The term of the listing is 365 days unless Seller cancels prior to said term. Seller may cancel this Agreement at any time on or after the date that is 90 days from the date the Property is listed for sale on the multiple

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