When a homeowner contracts with an agent to sell a home, the listing agreement must include a set expiration date. A listing is marked as “withdrawn” or “cancelled” when the homeowners cancels the listing contract with her agent before the contract’s agreed-upon expiration date. Withdrawn can also refer to a buyer withdrawing his or her […]
An expired listing is a home on the market which has yet to be sold and, thus, the agent in charge of selling it no longer represents it or the sellers. A withdrawn listing, on the other hand, is a home for sale yanked off the market altogether by the seller, but done in a […]
About 99% of your client’s purchase is complete. They’ve worked with sellers on concessions. The sale price is set. Move-in day has been scheduled. All that’s left to do is conduct a walkthrough of their new home. Anything and everything within the residence should be examined to make sure it’s in perfect condition (or at least […]
The real estate sales company form that records all information relevant to a transaction.
A document by which a person disposes of his or her property after death.
A showing before closing or escrow that permits the buyers one final tour of the property they are purchasing.
The Internal Revenue form requesting taxpayer identification number and certification.
The Internal Revenue form issued by employer to employee to reflect compensation and deductions to compensation.
Making deductions for depreciation against capital cost or present value of an asset.
The set of plans for a building that indicate the manner in which a project is to be built. It also includes a set of specifications for the building or project.