Final Details: Decide Where to Keep Your Documents, and be Consistent!
As you are celebrate the sale of your home, there are a few final details. First and foremost, be sure you put all of your documents from closing in a safe place – a place you can remember and access again. You will need them for your taxes at the end of the calendar year. Taxes can be complicated in years when you sell a primary residence or any real estate, especially if you sold for a profit. Talk to your tax professional early and provide him or her with all the documents from your closing. They will want to see them!
Plan to be Asked for Feedback and Evaluations
Finally, you should expect a request to come inviting you to evaluate our service. We take this evaluation very seriously and we hope you will be able to give us an excellent review. We will be expecting it, because we have been in such close touch through the whole process that we should already know if you aren’t pleased with the service you’ve received. It may also be that you will receive requests to evaluate other members of your service team. We encourage you to fill out any such requests as good service should be rewarded – and bad service should be addressed and improved.
You will continue to hear from us even after your transaction is complete. We will send you useful info about Real Estate and we hope to hear from you too – we will have forged a real relationship after the time and intensity of our work and we consider that relationship to be of great value.
We hope that you will feel very good about referring family, friends, colleagues, or neighbors to us in the future. Our business is built primarily on referrals – we enjoy working with the friends of our previous clients very much!
We will continue to gently keep in touch long after your sale. If questions arise for you about neighborhoods, areas, home services (such as landscaping, HVAC repair providers, painters – you name it) we would love to remain a regular and dependable resource for you!
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