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What You Should Do When Buying a House ‘For Sale by Owner If you’ve looking for a house to buy lately, you probably have come across a sign in one or a few prospects, saying “For Sale by Owner.” Now supposed you happen to like one of them houses with that sign, you’re probably wondering what it really means and if it is any different to other homes without that sign. The first thing you want to remind yourself is that when you buy a house being sold by the owner and without a middle man poses some risks but very enticing advantages as well. In the usual case of selling a property in the market, the owner of that property will list his or her home through a real estate agent. The tradition also includes the responsibility of the homeowner/seller to pay his or her realtor as well as the realtor who represents the buyer. Hence, it’s no longer a surprise that some people would prefer selling their own property without the help of an agent in order to save money. That’s why they put up the sign in front of their home for sale – “For Sale by Owner.”
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1 – Know that there are some services you no longer will get due to the absence of a realtor. Now let’s say you’ve been working with a real estate agent while looking for a new place to purchase, but suddenly you found that one with an “FSBO” sign and you feel like it’s really the one. The thing is when you decide to purchase the home with an FSBO sign, it means you can never continue working with the realtor for the simple reason that the seller won’t be giving any commissions. 2 – Don’t forget to secure a mortgage pre-approval first. If you have been looking for houses at this moment, it means you already got your pre-approval for a mortgage. But if you actually don’t have one, it means you must stop whatever you’re doing right now and put all your efforts in getting a mortgage loan. If you go ahead and try to make a deal with the owner/seller of the house you want to buy without a pre-approval letter, it means they likely will not take your offer seriously. 3 – Don’t forget home inspection. The absence of a realtor does not mean you also skip important steps in the home buying process. For one, you can’t miss out on the home inspection. Problems, minor or major, may have been missed out or purposely hidden by the owner, so the only way to discover them is by having a professional home inspector check it. So those are just some of the few things you need to do when you’re buying a house for sale by its owner.