your home. • Facing inspection requirements — know what is expected for your home to pass. • Being prepared for closing — your agent and title company should let you know what to expect. • Flexibility and readiness to show your home — make preparations so showings do not interfere with your family and your life. • Letting buyers see your home in your absence — buyers prefer to view homes without the seller present to listen to their critiques. Any questions should be fielded by your agent. • Weeding out nonqualified buyers — you can request that only qualified homebuyers view your home. If they are not eligible, even for creative financing, it’s a waste of everyone’s time — especially yours.
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