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Monday, December 29, 2008

Consult with a mortgage specialist

Regardless of who else helps, YOU will always be the most important member of the team. You are the person who has to market your home, find a buyer, negotiate the contract and coordinate the whole process from start to finish.

Networking is tremendously fruitful if done correctly. Some people are time wasters so it is important to select the "right" people.

Remember that there needs to be a reasonable amount of give and take on both sides. If you continually pick someone else's brains without returning the favor in some way, you will run the risk that the other person, will lose interest in helping you. A good net worker has two ears and one mouth and uses them proportionately. Listen and ask questions.

If you have a mortgage then it pays to consult with the person (or company) that loaned you the money. This could be a mortgage broker, a banker, a lender or for the purposes of this we'll call them a mortgage specialist. If they can't help you, or if you don't want them to help you, then you might need to look for someone else who can.

You need someone who is knowledgeable and truly professional. Friends or associates may be able to recommend someone who fits the bill. A mortgage specialist will have the knowledge to help you complete the transaction smoothly.

1 comment:

Cathy Mena said...

It would be stupid to let someone who is not able to get a loan, tie up your house sale up with a contract that is never going to be finalized. That would be a waste of everyone's time and could potentially lose you a genuine sale by a genuine buyer.
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