Why Sell With Us?
This simple question is one that can be answered with a simple answer. Our statistics prove we sell homes faster and for more money than the average agent.
When you hire Lisa Alford with Alford Realty Group you are getting a qualified, honest and hard working real estate agent who can and will represent you to the best of her ability.
Sellers in our market have enough to worry about in readying their home for market and planning their move to a new home. I will take over a huge number of tasks and details to make sure that your home is properly evaluated, priced and marketed. Once an offer comes in you can count on me to help you with negotiations, inspections, negotiations on repairs, repairs and of course the closing process. You would have to search far and wide for an agent who understands not only the entire process, but also the closing process better than I do.
With several successful years of experience in sales and with over 15 years experience as a real estate paralegal, you can relax knowing you have a true professional with a vast amount of knowledge and experience working for you.
Marketing Your Home
Selling a home takes a well thought out game plan. We have just that ready to list your home.View Our Marketing Plan
You want an agent with a proven track record of selling homes.See Our Results
What’s Your Home Worth?
Not sure if this is a good time to sell? Wonder how much you could get for your home? Let us create a comparative market analysis for your home to answer those questions and more.Request a Report
Escrow, Due Diligence and Closing Costs
Do these words sound foreign to you? Here is a quick explanation of these terms and what they mean to you as a seller.
Escrow – Traditionally referred to as the time between when the contract is ratified and the closing takes place. Any money put down during this period is applied toward the purchase price at the closing.
Due Diligence – In North Carolina we also have a Due Diligence time period wherein a buyer has the time to do all of their due diligence work; i.e, inspections, surveys, getting loan in order, etc. Any money put down during this period is also applied toward the purchase price at the closing.
Closing Costs – As a seller, other than the real estate broker fees, you will typically not have very much in the way of closing costs. You will be required to pay off your mortgage (if any), usually a document preparation fee for the deed and lien waiver, the state tax stamps ($1.00 per $500 of the purchase price), any overnight fees, etc.Open modal