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For Sellers

Selling a home is a big decision that can be very rewarding. Let Front Porch Realty Group partner with you in this journey. We excel at providing comprehensive, personalized service for your unique situation and we are there for each step along the way.

Front Porch Realty Group will provide market data and comparable sales in your area which will assist in establishing the proper price point.  We will advise you on improvements that can be made to make your home shine and to maximize your return. We facilitate and coordinate all the pre-market activities for you. Our comprehensive marketing plan provides you with the maximum amount of exposure in order to obtain the highest and best offer. Once in escrow, you can be assured that our strong negotiation skills will result in a favorable, effective and efficient transaction.

Preparing Your Home

Front Porch Realty Group will provide you with a very comprehensive list of things you should do to maximize the saleability of your home. Preparing your home to sell can make a big difference in how your house is perceived by a potential buyer.


When opening an escrow, the buyer and seller establish terms and conditions via the purchase agreement for the transfer of ownership of that property. These terms and conditions are given to a local Title Company, a neutral third party who handles the escrow process and the transfer of title.

How does the Escrow Process Work?

The Escrow officer takes instructions based on the terms of your Purchase Agreement and the lender's requirements. Some elements of the escrow include hazard and title insurance, payoff of any liens, prorations of fees, and the transfer of the grant deed from the seller to buyer. Escrow cannot be completed until these items have been satisfied and all parties have signed escrow documents.

For further information regarding Selling your Home, Escrow and/or Title, please contact your REALTOR.