Steps to Selling Vacant Land

Steps to Selling Vacant Land


Listed are simplified steps to the selling process.

1. Fill out the Ah Chong Realty, LLC Seller Intake Vacant Land form http://ahchongrealtyllc.com/vacant-land-seller-intake-form-4/
2. An agent will review your responses and set up a consultation with Seller(s)
3. Seller(s) consultation with Realtor
4. Realtor sets up appointment with Seller(s) to visit and view Vacant Land
5. Realtor will provide a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) to Seller(s)
6. Seller(s) signs Exclusive Right to Sell Listing Contract
7. Realtor will recommend that Seller(s) remove any items on the property at Seller(s) expense
8. Realtor will recommend surveying and/or staking the property to be able to provide more detailed information on the home to prospective Buyer(s)
9. Seller(s) to complete Property Disclosure Form
10. Realtor takes photographs of Vacant land Property
11. Realtor gathers all information/disclosures from Seller(s) and applicable sources on property to create and prepare property listing on hawaiiinformationservice.com (HIS) database
12. Realtor will post company For Sale Sign on listed residential property
13. Realtor releases listing on hawaiiinformationservice.com (HIS) database
14. Relay all Purchase Contract offers from potential Buyer(s) to Seller(s)
15. Realtor will advise & discuss all written Purchase Contracts with Seller(s)
16. Seller(s) may accept, counter, or decline all Buyer(s) offers
        a. Accept- Enter into Contract with Buyer(s)
        b. Counter Offer
                i. Change term and conditions within Counter Offer and re-counter or Accept Counter Offer and Seller(s) terms and conditions
        c. Declined
                i. Purchase Contract is Void
                ii. Buyer(s) can elect to change conditions within Purchase Contract and submit new offer.
17. Open Escrow
18. Realtor provides Escrow timeline to Seller(s) for Escrow process
19. Inspection, appraisal and loan contingencies to be completed
20. Seller(s) signs closing documents
21. Closing & Recordation