Have You Met Fred?

Have you Met FRED

Feature of the month…
Seller Net Sheet

 What is it?

Many sellers want an estimate of the costs associated with selling their property and the amount of money they may potentially receive from their real estate transaction.  A seller net sheet is a simple tool that allows a seller of residential property to better understand the costs required to sell their property, and calculate an estimate of the amount of the proceeds after their costs have been considered.

When would I use it?

A seller net sheet is helpful in estimating potential net proceeds based upon the initial list price of a property.  It is also helpful for assisting a seller with the decision to accept or counter an offer from a potential buyer. 

  • Estimate net proceeds based upon initial list price
  • Assist seller with decision to accept or counter an offer
  • Instantly text, e-mail, or print seller net sheet
  • Save and revise later with NetSheet+

How do I get it?

With FRED™, you can create a seller net sheet anytime, anywhere.  Download FRED™ for free from the Apple iTunes or Google Play stores.  Just search keywords “FRED by ORT”.

GooglePlay        iTunes

This information is provided by Amy Craft, Account Executive with Old Republic Title located in Kingwood, TX and serving Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita as well as surrounding areas. For more information about Old Republic Title or to find a branch near you, contact Amy today at 832-727-2102 or by email ACraft@OldRepublicTitle.com.  


About AmyCraft

Account Executive at Old Republic National Title Insurance Company in Kingwood, Texas. Please think of Old Republic Title Kingwood on your next contract!
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