Just as I was about to list a former rental home at the Parkway in Folsom, the seller fell into the wrong hands. It can happen to the best of them. Home sellers don't really know what they're doing when they're getting ready to sell a home, so they sometimes listen to bad advice coming to them from all angles and directions.
I know I should probably list a home immediately when a seller wants to list but I prefer to wait until everybody is ready. What I have discovered by doing business this way, business on a handshake, is yes, sometimes sellers will rip me off. They will steal without blinking an eye and never consider it theft.
In those instances, it's better to have not signed the listing agreement and gone through all of the additional upfront work that is necessary to put a home on the market in Folsom.
You can read more in my personal blog today at this link about Sellers Who Don't Need One of the Best Sacramento Realtors.