A comprehensive property profile is essential for establishing the selling price of the estate home. A property profile will also identify problems that may impede the sale of the property.
Square footage, number of beds and baths, zoning information, lot size, tax information and ownership information are some of the data points included in the property profile, along with just about everything a potential buyer may want to ask about the estate home itself and the neighborhood it belongs to. Sales comparables, information on the local school district and other local snapshots are commonly included.
Most importantly, a property file will ascertain the financial and ownership status of a property.
With a property profile compiled by Kathy Stoltman, you can determine three things.
Who the legal owner of the property is and whether they have right to sell the property.
The loans and liens that exist on the property, which may interfere with the sale.
Restrictions, if any, related to the use of the land.