Having information on the major mechanics of the home and also any updates that have been done to the home will be extremely helpful for your Realtor. A great Realtor is not going to just place a sign in the front of your home and wait for it to sell. They should know how to write compelling information about your home to attract potential buyers in addition to creatively marketing it online and offline. Click here to see what paperwork you should gather before listing your home.
What type of paperwork and documents should you be gathering when selling a home? Here are some examples of the kind of information, paperwork, and documents you should gather before listing your home for sale.
Roof age & any warranty paperwork, if applicable
Furnace age & any instruction manuals
Central Air conditioning age & any instruction manuals
Hot water heater age & any instruction manuals
Any included appliance ages & any instruction manuals
Dates of any home improvement projects, such as, kitchen remodels, bathroom remodels, window installation, carpet installation, etc…
Any certificate of compliance (permits) that apply, such as, deck permits, shed permits, fence permits, etc…
Outstanding mortgage balance (if applicable) & pay-off balance
Any Surveys that you've had completed