Seller Resources

The Poling team has the experience and know-how to put a “SOLD” sign on your property.

We know you’re thinking about selling your home, and we want to be the real estate professional to help you.

We commit to working with you individually and taking time to understand the unique selling points of your home and neighborhood.

Many agents simply list homes. We market them.

From listing to closing, we are committed to navigating the entire sale process for you, using our expertise to sell your home smoothly, and for top price, advising you about the home repairs and improvements that will maximize your asking price.

Seller Resources

Getting Your Home in Top Selling Condition   – First impressions matter! Follow the link fora checklist to help you prepare your home to sell.

Required Property Disclosures – all persons selling residential real estate in North Carolina are required to provide disclosures regarding their property to potential purchasers. The following is from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC):

Residential Property Disclosure Act.  At or before the time you make your offer in a residential transaction, the seller (whether or not a real estate broker is involved) must provide you with three written disclosures: (1) Residential Property Disclosure Statement; (2) Owners’ Association and Mandatory Covenants Disclosure Statement; and (3) Mineral and Oil and Gas Rights Mandatory Disclosure Statement.  If the seller does not, any resulting contract is subject to a limited right of rescission — usually up to three calendar days from the time the contract is formed.

The required forms can be found by clicking the following links:




Preparing for a Home Inspection – Are You Under Contract and the buyer is requesting a home inspection? Questions on how to prepare? Many of these items may be taken care of with little or no cost and will save time and money.

Questions and Answers on Home Inspections – What is a home inspection? Can anyone perform a home inspection? Should I be present when the home inspection is performed?   What does a Home Inspector do?

This brochure is a joint publication of the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. It is designed to give consumers a better understanding of the home inspection process, what a home inspection is, who can perform an inspection and what to expect.