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Q: When selling a property what are the steps after accepting an offer for the Seller?


By Roxanne Johnson

Mon, Jun 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

RE/MAX Select Properties

888-839-2142 • roxanne@harmonytel.netwww.remax-selectproperties.com

A:
When accepting an offer on your property your real estate agent will follow the steps needed to move forward with the sale and guide you through the process.

1. Deliver your Abstract or Owners Title Insurance Policy to your real estate agent.

2. The Home Inspection usually is scheduled within 5-10 days after acceptance of the offer.

3. Appraisal of your property is usually within the first 10-14 days after the offer is accepted.

4. If you agreed in the Purchase Agreement to repair or replace items, it is best to address those items prior to the Home Inspection and Appraisal to save you a re-inspection fee for the items not being completed prior to Inspections.

5. Your attorney will also need your social security numbers, full legal names of all owners and spouses of the real estate being sold.

6. Loan Payoff- Your attorney will need the name of the Mortgage Holder, loan number, and contact information to request a loan payoff for the date of closing.

7. Call the utility companies 5-7 days prior to closing to have the utilities transferred to the new owner on the date of closing.

8. Keep your home owners insurance active through the date of closing to ensure you are covered. Cancel your insurance once your property has closed.

We discuss in detail with our clients the contingencies of the transactions.

Q: Warranties: Do used cars come with any sort of warranty?

By Scott Brunsvold

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Brunsvold Enterprises • 507-765-3642 A: It varies on the year, mileage and what you paid for the vehicle. All vehicles come with at least a 3 year/36 month bumper to bumper warranty from the date the car was sold new, whichever comes first. Many v ..... 
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Q: Why would a funeral home need a website?

By Gary Hoff

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Hoff Funeral & Cremation Service • www.hofffuneral.com A: I asked myself this question when we were first considering creating a website for our funeral home. At first, the only a ..... 
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Thinking about installing a new A/C or furnace? Here are a few suggestions that may help.

By Brian Breer

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Breer's Heating & A/C • 507-864-4139 or 507-450-6102 1. Get 3 estimates. 2. Make sure your estimates include a Heat Loss/Heat Gain calculation. This will ensure your system is properly sized for your home. Get a copy of this before you make any d ..... 
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Q: I have some specific ideas on how I want to design my logo and advertisement piece. Will I be able to save a lot of money by doing all the design and composition myself?

By Dan Bader

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Perfect Glossy • www.perfectglossy.com • 507-398-9115 A: In most cases you could probably save some money by doing your own design work. If you have a basic understanding of what makes ..... 
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Q: How can I tell if a rotor or drum really needs to be replaced?

By Malachi Nelson

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Brown Tire, Battery & Transmission • 507-864-2969 A: A rotor must be replaced if it is at or below the minimum thickness specifications or discard thickness stamped on the rotor (this same information can also be found in brake service manuals). R ..... 
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Q: Are the plants in my yard safe for my pets to eat?

By Dr. Linda Sifford

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Root River Veterinary Center • www.rootrivervetcenter.com • 507-765-2117 A: Many of the plants that grow in your yard are pretty but some of them can harm your pets. Eating some p ..... 
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We will be hosting an upcoming event, but our overgrown yard doesn't seem attractive or inviting anymore

By Peggi J. Redalen

Fri, May 11th, 2012
Posted in All Ask the Expert

Elements of Design • 507-864-7885 Sometimes beauty is hidden - just waiting to be revealed. When a yard becomes overgrown or 'mature' it has often exceeded its intended purpose and detracts from rather than improves the appearance of a home or bus ..... 
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