Of course you want to get the highest price for your house and you want to make the sale of your home to go smoothly. There are a number of steps that should be taken in advance of placing your house on the market, such as making sure you have no title objections on your property. You also want to retain the services of an experienced attorney to prepare a contract of sale that protects you. If issues arise, your attorney will be able to advise you as to how to resolve those issues in the most favorable way to you.
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