Category: Costs

  • If you work with Home Bay, our low, one-time fee replaces the commission you would typically be paying to a listing agent. But do you still have to pay commission to a buyer's agent? Read this post to learn.Most of our sellers choose tooffer 2% to 3% to a buyer's agent. But it is your choice what to do here. Understand that by not offering a buyer's agent commission, you will severely limit the number of buyers who tour and put in offers on your listing. Prospective buyer agents are likely to s

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  • Home Bay's broker frequently represents both seller and buyer, and in such case, your savings will be significantly more. Buyers can submit offers to you directly without a real estate agent by clicking the "Make Offer" button on your property detail page and answering simple questions like: * What purchase price are you offering? * When can you close? * Are you pre-approved? At the end of approximately 20 questions, our software generates a legal offer. After the buyer electronically signs

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  • You know selling a house costs money, but how much? What fees are you going to be responsible for? How much do they cost? First, let's take a look at a few minor fees that sellers are responsible for by default in most home sales. Keep in mind, all these things are negotiable in your real estate contract.Minor Fees * Natural Hazard Disclosure Report What it is:This report tells the buyer if the home lies within a zone that has a high risk of natural hazards, including floods, earthquake,

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  • Because we operate from a centralized location, we are able to serve hundreds of listings, whereas local agents typically serve only a small number. Unlike your local agent, we don't spend any time driving to properties and opening the door for buyers or property inspectors. In short, we save time and the associated cost savings get passed on to you [https://www.homebay.com/sell/how-selling-works].

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  • Yes. If you start working with us after you already have a buyer lined up, we charge $1,500 to help with all the paperwork. The $1,500 fee covers assistance with all of your seller paperwork and includes review by a real estate expert who has sold at least 500 homes. If your buyer isn't already working with an agent, we can also manage their portion of the transaction for an additional $500 fee.

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  • What does Home Bay cost?

    By Home Bay

    Posted on July 28th, 2016

    Home Bay's comprehensive seller service costs a low one-time feepaid at the close of escrow, starting at $2,000.Reach out to an agent to discuss your needs and get a personalized quote.888-544-4239 [tel:888-544-4239] Our price includes: * Expert phone and email support from top Realtors & attorneys * Your listing submitted to the local MLS, Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com & more * Professional photography - up to 35 photos per listing * Professional For Sale sign & post * Comparative market a

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