What forms are needed to sell a home by owner?

The first document for selling a home by owner is a real estate sale, or purchase, contract. This is the contract between the buyer and seller and will list information such as when the sale will take place, when the buyer can do an inspection, the purchase price, and when the buyer can take possession of the property.

What paperwork is needed to sell a house without an agent?

Original Sales Contract

  • Professional Appraisal
  • Records of home repair and maintenance
  • Payoff amount for your mortgage (mortgage statement)
  • Insurance Records
  • Receipts from any improvements
  • HOA documents (if applicable)
  • Warranties and manuals
  • Preliminary Title Report
  • Mandatory Disclosures
  • Pre-Inspection Report
  • Comparative Market Analysis
  • Listing Agreement
  • Seller’s Net Sheet
  • Purchase offer
  • Final purchase and sales agreement
  • Contingency removal form
  • Home Inspection Report
  • Appraisal Report
  • Closing Statement
  • Deed
  • Tax Forms
  • How to sell a house by owner?

    Determine Your Home’s Market Value. Finding the market value of your home will help you determine how much you can expect from the sale.

  • Prepare for the Market. Once you have a value as a starting point,you can start the preparations of listing your home for sale.
  • Get Your Home Out There. Once your home is ready for sale,one of the most important steps to selling a house by owner is to get your
  • Wait. In between open houses and showings,all you can do is wait for an offer.
  • Negotiate an Offer. If you do receive an offer on your home — congratulations! This is a big deal,but you’re not done yet.
  • Close on the Sale. Once the sale price is settled,a written sales contract will be drawn up and signed by both parties.