The Seller Property Information File™ includes all the information about the property and research we have done on the property before we go and meet with the Seller.
- Seller Communication Log (or lined paper to show communication with the seller)
- Property Information Sheet
- Net Operating Income Worksheet
- Public Record Information Sheet
- Property Tax Information Sheet (from public records)
- Property Inspection Checklists:
- Comparable Sales
- Recent MLS Listing Sheets including Active, Expired, Previous Sales and Listing History
- Use Google Maps To print directions to property from our office
- Offer Generator
- Credibility Packet
- Blank Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential)
- Once you have a signed contract, you will also want to make sure you have a Seller Property Disclosure completed by the seller as well.
Naming Conventions For Seller Property Information Files
Use the Seller Property Information File Naming Conventions to make sure you are naming your Seller Property Information Files correctly.
After Purchase Of Property
Once we purchase the property, we start calling the Seller Property Information File™ the Property File and begin to keep additional and often different documents in it that relate more to a property that is owned by us than a property that is being potentially being purchased by us.
If the property becomes a long term rental property, you may also see me refer to it as the Rental Property File System.