Questions and answers about buying and selling a home


That may be. One of the parties  may  terminate  the  negotiation Sometimes  there are so many  that  the asking price  offer  or  approach it  is difficult to determine  who the  best  buyer In that  case, the  selling broker - naturally in consultation with  the  seller - decide  to break o ff the negotiations  and  the  bidding procedure  to change.
Of course,  he first  made ​ ​any  pledges. The broker  then opt for  a tender procedure All  bidders have an  equal chance  to make the highest  bid Ask your  estate agent  to  an explanation of  the registration procedure.
The broker can  negotiate  with several  candidates  simultaneously This should, however, he  does  to those concerned  to make known
The answer  is yes If  the  asking price  is only an invitation  to make  an offer  (as described under "If I offer the asking price, the seller must  sell  the house  than  me ?") Then  the seller can  also decide  the asking price  to decrease or  increase .

During the negotiation  parties  often  and  again  bids If  the  prospective  buyer makes a counter  that is different from  the bid  that  the vendor  has done before, it  expires the earlier  bid by  the vendor So even  if  the parties ' closer to each other in the  bidding process, the  seller can suddenly  decide to  do  me an  counter-offer  to  the buyer to  raise  its bid  again  to decrease.
The  seller  determines  which he  sells  his home  in consultation  with his  Realtor The  buyer can  negotiate the price, but the  seller decides This applies to all  goods which the seller  considers important  to decide whether  his home to  this buyer. If  the seller and buyer  agree about these matters, there is  a buy.

Sometimes the seller and  buyer a number of less  important matters, "movable property for example only  to negotiate  when they talk about  the  principal issues.  In such a  case,  the court may  provide that  if  the  parties  can not agree  side issues, now  they are  on their  own  sometimes  indicated as the principal, must  continue to negotiate  until a reasonable  result is  achieved on the  side issues.
You can  not force  you are negotiating You are only in  negotiation when the  seller responds to  your bid So if  the  seller  makes a counter Also, the  selling broker  explicitly  indicate that he  is negotiating  with you You are  not negotiating  the  selling  broker says that  he is your  bid  will consult  with the seller.

Selling a home.

No. The costs  are  not  the  buyer  brokerage fees If  you hire us  to sell  your property then  you will  have to pay  costs  of our services If  the buyer is  an estate agent  for the purchase  of a home, the  buyer  must pay  cost of  our services.
An option  in the legal sense  gives  one party  a choice  by a unilateral  declaration of  a purchase agreement  with another party  to close The parties  have agreed on  the condition  of  the  sale, but the  buyer gets  such  week to think.

When buying  a new house  is such  an option is common. When  purchasing  an existing home  is often  erroneously  the term 'option' is used. Then it has  the meaning of certain  commitments  that  selling broker  can do  to an interested  buyer during the negotiation Such a  commitment  might mean that  an interested buyer  for a few  days  to think  about  getting  a bid The broker  will in the  meantime try  not  to another  party  to enter into negotiations The  interested buyer can  use this time to  a better  understanding of  mean  funding  or  uses of the property.

An option  can not demand the seller and selling  broker  to decide  whether  given  negotiation  commitments.

To buy a house.

No. The  highest court the Supreme Court  has  in fact  ruled that the  asking price of a  property is an invitation  to make  an offer If the  asking price  of an  ad or  property guide, then you do  a bid The seller can  then  decide whether to  accept  your  offer or not,  or that  his  broker a  counter offer.  He  may  even decide  the  asking price  during the negotiations  to increase.

"buyer's costs"  (kk means that the buyer  pays the costs of  the transfer of the  property  accounts for The "buyers costs" is about 10 of the purchase price. Among th e buyers costs  include the  following costs:
- Transfer Tax;
- Notary fees for  drafting the  deed of transfer;
- Land Registry  Fees  for  registration  deed of transfer.

In addition to these  costs, the buyer must  also  take account of:

- Notary fees for  drafting the  mortgage;
- Land Registry  Fees  for  mortgage  registration.

The costs  are  not  the  buyer  brokerage fees If a seller is  an estate agent  to sell  his / her  property then  the seller will  have to pay  costs  of  this agent If  the buyer is  an estate agent  for the purchase  of a property, the buyer will  pay the costs  of  this agency  must pay.

If  the  broker says  'under offer', it  means that he  has  a serious  candidate which  he  undertook  transactions with  others  not to  promote This does not mean  that  no more  can go  sightseeing The broker  should  be clear  to indicate that  he "under offer" is.
During  the waiting period, the buyer can  still  undo  the agreement Thus, the  opportunity  for  such  experts  to consult.
The reflection  takes  (at least) three  days starting  on the day  following the  day that  the buyer  (by both parties signed  certificate  or a copy there of  gets  handed The  cooling-off period  ends  at midnight  of  the  last day  of the grace period It  is not  important  what time  the buyer  a copy of the  document  received