Selling a home is a full-time job.
There are quite simply too many people to negotiate with, too many considerations needed for preparing optimally, too much paperwork to handle for the uninitiated.
The buyers will also want the best possible deal. The buyer's agent is solely representing the best interests of the buyer. The buyer's real estate attorney will likely be involved. It’s a constant push and pull.
The home inspection companies employed by the buyer will invariably find something wrong with your home. Then there is the final appraiser who needs to agree that your home is worth what the buyer is willing to pay.
You can end up with the best deal by using a New Canaan Realtor.
They know the market-- what has sold for the best price and why, what hasn’t sold and why it is still sitting there, and what you need to do to make your home as attractive as possible to the greatest number of potential buyers.
And then, a New Canaan Realtor will guide you through the inspection process, contingencies, appraisal, and the many steps leading up to closing day.