What Do I Need To Do To Sell A House By Owner?

What paperwork do I need to sell my house myself?

Documents You Need to Gather Before Listing Your Home

  • Original Sales Contract.
  • Professional Appraisal From The Original Purchase of Your Home.
  • Mortgage Statement (Payoff Amount)
  • Homeowners Insurance Records.
  • Homeowners Association Documents.
  • Home Repair and Maintenance Records.
  • Receipts for Capital Improvements.

What are the steps to sell a house by owner?

With that fact in mind, let’s look at five steps involved to sell your house yourself.

  1. Step 1: Determine the fair market value of your home. You must get this step right.
  2. Step 2: Prepare the home for sale.
  3. Step 3: Market the home for sale.
  4. Step 4: Negotiate the sale.
  5. Step 5: Handle the closing.

How do I sell my house without a realtor?

Here’s how:

  • Step 1: Prepare Your House to Be Marketed.
  • Step 2: Price Your Home Competitively, to Sell.
  • Step 3: Get a Flat Fee Listing from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)
  • Step 4: Market Your Property.
  • Step 5: Hold an Open House.
  • Step 6: Know the Selling Points of Your Property.
  • Step 7: Negotiate With the Buyer Yourself.

Should I sell my house myself or use a Realtor?

One way to save money is to avoid paying a real estate agent the full 3 percent commission to sell your home (you’ll still need to pay the buyer’s agent a 3 percent commission fee, unless the buyer didn’t use an agent). To avoid paying 3 percent to a listing agent all together, you can sell your house by owner.