Years ago we had a cost to sell worksheet that we would present to sellers. It was a tool to show that a seller could/would net a similar number if they sold to a home buying company vs selling through a realtor. It outlined the cost to sell at/near market price minus ongoing mortgage payments, insurance, taxes, utilites, upkeep, etc etc. Often this number would be close to what they would get if they sold closer to market minus realtor commissions. Does anyone have this worksheet and would you be willing to share it? Thanks in advance!
I'd be interested in a worksheet template as well. Any luck getting one?
i would also be interested in this.
@Brad Chandler ,@Jose Guevarra ,@Aaron B Lee , so you guys are basically looking for a spread sheet that when you put in the sell price, their current mortgage owed, closing costs and other expenses subtracted ( which by the way wouldn't have utilities and upkeep if you sell the house through a realtor) that will give the homeowner a number that they would actually pocket if they sold through a realtor vs what you are offering for the house. is that correct ?
Sound fairly close to what I had in mind. @patrick liska
Thank you all. Looking to sell a multifamily property now and don't want to miss any costs of selling!
Thanks @Patrick Liska !
I would love having a worksheet template.
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