Our real estate agents here at The Ballen Group are expert negotiators. We are ready to help you market your home for sale in The Vistas, Summerlin, and we know how to negotiate with buyers, and can be tremendous help in negotiating full co-operation of tenants during the marketing and sales process.
We understand real estate and rental rules and regulations, and can help you sell your home as quickly as possible, and with a win-win focus that helps keep all parties cheerful. Trust your questions about homes for sale in The Vistas, Summerlin to our Ballen Group experts! Contact us today at 702-482-7739 and get the expert professional advice that you deserve.
Common Seller Questions About Homes With Tenants:
Is it better to remove my tenants and market a vacant property?
How do I arrange buyer appropriate vacancy time with a tenant in the property?
What are the laws and rules governing notifying tenants of sales arrangements?
Can a tenant refuse to allow a Realtor in to show the house to prospective buyers?
What can I do if a tenant is not co-operative during the sales process?
How does the type of rental agreement affect my choices?
These are all questions that The Ballen Group can help you find the answers to. Contact us today to discuss how we can help answer any questions that you or your tenant might have.
Emphasizing the Advantages of Homes With Tenants To Buyers
There are so many advantages to buying a home for sale in The Vistas Summerlin that has been a rental property. Sellers often recognize that right away as a positive quality. Some buyers are seeking specifically for income properties. Knowing that your home is already an income property, whether single dwelling, duplex or larger, helps reassure those buyers that the business is already profitable.
It also ensures that legal building requirements for legitimate income properties are already in place. There is also the possibility, providing your tenants are reliable, and the property shows well during the sales process, that the tenants can remain as tenants to the new owner. This will drastically reducing any stress the tenants might feel, or resistance they might have to any part of the sales process.
Showing an empty house to prospective buyers has different advantages, but a home with reliable tenants that looks cozy lived in and well maintained can be a real psychological selling point. Especially for buyers that plan to live in the house themselves. Visiting a furnished, cozy home after viewing several empty houses, can really clinch a property sale. Contact our Ballen Group real estate agents at 702-482-7739 for specific advice regarding more advantages to share with prospective buyers, or better yet, let our real estate agents do that important talking for you.
Gain Full Co-operation From Tenants While Your Home is For Sale
Tenants need to be as informed as possible about their rights and the sales process and expectations. If you expect them to be as co-operative as possible. Inform them in writing every time there is new or updated information about the sales process. Give them plenty of notice, in writing and by phone, of dates when the property will be shown. Remind them that either you or the the real estate agent will present at any viewing, and the keys to their home will be secure. Tenants need to know that their rights and their privacy will be respected. If you are taking photographs of the property, whether inside or out, get their permission in writing and scheduled a time.
If anxiety about moving is stressful for the tenant, you might offer a cash compensation to cover a month's rent after the sale is complete, or offer to help with moving arrangements. The Ballen Group's real estate agents can offer referrals to rental locating service and moving services. Give your tenant an excellent recommendation letter in writing, as soon as you know they will need to move, and do not delay letting them know that as soon as you know yourself. Thank your tenants at every step of the process.
A 'Thank You' note after each showing goes a long way to keeping a positive relationship during a time that can be stressful for both of you. If there is a weekend open house, offering a free hotel room for the weekend certainly turns what might be stressful into a more pleasant adventure. Honest communication and complete information is what tenants want!