In real estate, timing is critical. It can break or make the sale. The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Northville and Novi neighborhoods and we have seen that the timeliness of a lender to process a loan and even the availability of local contractors to fix things required by an inspection can drive, or delay, the closing date. Depending on the seller’s situation, your agent may be able to feel out the seller’s urgency, or lack of, to sell and determine if they might accept a lower offer for a faster settlement. Asking for a delayed settlement date, longer than 30 or 45 days, is another option, but generally less appealing to sellers. Each day is another opportunity for something to go wrong that could kill the deal. The buyer’s financial situation could change, or they might find a home they like better. Check out below to see the beautiful home currently for sale in Stonewater in December 2019:
18198 Parkshore Drive, Northville: 4 bedrooms, 4.2 bathrooms, 4,500 sq. feet, 3 or 4 car garage, Listed Price: $1,395,000
Stonewater Home For Sale
As a seller, if you are considering accepting a long closing date, an agent may suggest increasing the amount of earnest money stipulated in the contract. Also, you’ll want to consider adding the additional months’ mortgage you’ll be paying to the asking price. For more information on Stonewater, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Maybury Park Estates, Fox Hollow and Tuscany Reserve, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or email@example.com.