Category: Offers & Other Paperwork

  • Home Bay handles offers and counteroffers the same way they are handled in a traditional real estate transaction. When you receive an offer from a potential buyer, one of our brokers will go over it with you, answer any questions you have and assist you with a counter offer. If you're working with a buyer who has a buyer's agent: In the MLS offer instructions section of your listing, we request that buyer agents email offers directly to you and copy us at info@homebay.com. As offers are receive

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  • In most states, such as California, it is very uncommon for a seller to hire a real estate attorney to assist with the sale of residential real estate. Please ask us about your specific state.

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  • Wondering how Home Bay handles all the real estate paperwork involved in your transaction? Our team of real estate brokers and transaction coordinators provides the exact same forms and disclosures that you would receive from a real estate agent throughout the home sale process. Most of these forms only require you to initial specific areas or sign your name. However, there are some forms -- the transfer disclosure statement and seller property questionnaire [https://www.homebay.com/resources/

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  • You will not need access to a fax machine or scanner. All "paperwork" can be electronically completed and signed. You must have a computer, smart phone or tablet.

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  • Having a buyer without an agent is a win/win for the buyer and seller because the real estate agent fees go way down, and in some cases, the buyer gets a rebate toward downpayment and closing costs.Submitting an offer without an agent is easy. First, the buyer finds the home via a search onHomeBay.com [https://www.homebay.com].Onceon the page associated with the home, the buyer clicks the Make Offer button. See the image below and the blue Make Offer button on the lower right. What Happen

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