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Q: What Are the Best Strategies for Dual Transactions?

Hank Saye

Hank founded Saye Triangle Realty in 2013, and the business has demonstrated strong growth every year since our inception...

Hank founded Saye Triangle Realty in 2013, and the business has demonstrated strong growth every year since our inception...

Jan 21 2 minutes read

Q: What Are the Best Strategies for Dual Transactions?

If you need to buy a new home while also selling your current one, there are three different options we can utilize. Each of these plans works very well provided that you stick to it. Here’s a description of how they work:

Plan A: Put your home on the market, prepare it well, price it right, add in awesome marketing, and accept a quick offer. We will then negotiate 45 to 60 days to close, during which we will go out to find your new home, then negotiate closing for both properties on the same day. We’ve executed this strategy many times and it almost always works.

Plan B: Put your home on the market, get it under contract, then negotiate a one-to-two-month rentback for you, giving you time to find your new home, negotiate a contract, and coordinate the two moves.

“At least one of these three plans will work for you.”

Plan C: Put your home on the market, sell it, and move to temporary living for one to two months. It could be an Airbnb, a short-term apartment, or living with relatives. Two of those three are almost like being on vacation.

I promise that at least one of these three plans will work for you. It requires proper planning and action, but it will work.

If you have any questions for me, don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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