As part of Faira Premium, we are now offering a same as cash guarantee. When offers are received, they may be cash or subject to financing. Sellers sometimes miss the opportunity to take a higher offer because they prefer to take a lower cash offer. If you use this program, you can now accept an offer subject to financing with high confidence, as if it was a cash offer. This levels the playing field and may result in stronger competition to give you the best price while improving your peace of mind no matter what offer you take.
With a heavy heart I post this... 😢 pic.twitter.com/sG8bBP142P— Lance Bass (@LanceBass)
How do I pick the list price?
This is a question we hear a lot. First, let's get the elephant out of the room. Sellers do not determine the sale price of a home, buyers do. What sellers can do is adopt a strategy so you can find the buyer who values your home the most. The sellers may decide not to sell the home, but they can’t directly determine the purchase price of the home.
An illustrated guide to help you follow the down payment articles with your own numbers
Welcome to our illustrated guide on how to use the Faira down payment calculator!
If you haven’t checked out the other articles in this series yet, head over to the introduction for a summary and links. Download the Excel spreadsheet “Faira down payment calculator” and let’s begin!
You will input your own numbers in the cells with a white background and black border. Example:
The cells with a gray background show you results of calculations. Example:
Mike and Shannon were looking for a way to save money when selling their home in Bonney Lake, WA. After checking out several companies that promised big savings, Mike called Faira. Although the savings was attractive to him, Faira's transparent and innovative approach is what led him and his wife to sign up to sell with Faira + Agent for 1% commission.
Saving more can help you buy faster, but you’ll still be limited by this “magical” number
There are homes out there that you think you can probably afford and some that you just know you definitely can’t. But where exactly is the line that separates them?