Your agent should explain this to you. Once buyer and seller sign P&S then the original ck gets delivered to the listing agent within the timeframe stated in the P&S. Once broker receives ck the ck gets deposited in the listing brokers account.
Landlord and Tenant should agree if it does not state exactly in the lease then I believe it relies on landlord and tenant agreeing. Usually to show a property and landlord and tenant agree on 24 hour notice required showings. Open houses in advance since it is not explicitly clear needs to be agreed upon between landlord and tenant in advance so both parties agree.
The lender should break this out for you and give you a list of what the expected closing costs should be.
The buyer pays for the inspection and the inspection report. If a buyer has an unacceptable inspection the buyer has the option to walk away and get his deposits back. The buyers are not at liberty to hand over the entire inspection unless the sellers would like to pay for it or splitting costs for the inspection report sometimes the buyers will be ok with this.
Have your agent call the appraiser or have your agent call the appraiser and ask what the status is. That is a long period of time without being communicated to or knowing the status of an appraisal. Unacceptable.
Well safety is first. Once you get a call from a prospective buyer you really do not know if they are pre approved or not unless you ask. Also, you need to be aware of the public checking out your home when their intention is to not purchase it. Safety should be number 1. It is a lot of work selling the property on your own and a lot of time. Real Estate Agents earn their commission.
Talk with your lender they should lay all the costs, and seller contributions out for you. Good Luck!
Search for you broker and write a review. That is the best compliment and thank you to give.
Have the landlord write a letter stating just that you paid in full each month on time.
Choose a reputable atty in your area who knows the location and the process.