- Exactly where your property lines are?
- New additions to your property, like fences, should be on record.
- That exact square footage and floor plans are a boon to buyers
- Tax records may not accurately reflect your home’s current status
I have a client who wants to sell her fourplex. I went to look at the property, and sure enough, it looked like a fourplex to me: one two unit building in the front and another two-unit building in the back.
Mysteriously, on the public record it shows up as two two bedroom homes on a single lot. Now she has to get that mistake straightened out with the county so it can be legally sold as a fourplex.
There’s a lot of information and misinformation that can show up when you’re selling your home. A good agent will help you straighten everything out so when your home finally does go on the market there won’t be any ugly surprises.
If you have a home you’d like to sell, you can see that there are a lot of buyers out there that want your East Bay property. Give me a call at 510-527-0174 and let’s talk about the best sales strategy for YOU.
If you’re interested in specific information from a local agent (me) about buying or selling a home in the Berkeley Area, you can give me a call at 510-527-0174. Or check me out on facebook, linkedIn or online. I have two sites made for you.
Whatever you need, I’m happy to help!
Coldwell Banker in Berkeley