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UC ID 045: Sell property

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Source Kulak, Daryl and Eamon Guiney. (2000). Use cases: requirements in context. Addison-Wesley. p. 25 & 214 & 234.



Author: Angela Baltimore, March 20 2000 - Facade; March 26 2000 - Filled; 2 April 2000 - Focused; 10 April 2000 - Finished.

Use case ID 045 
Date entered 26 April 2004 (updated 6 May)
Use case name Sell Property 
Use case Classification Scenario 
Description System Context Use Case. The seller lists the property, a buyer purchases the property, and the agent guides them through the process and offers advice, caution, and recommendations.
Actors Not stated

Triggers

N/A

Preconditions

N/A

Success Postconditions/Success Guarantee

N/A

Typical Course of Events

  1. The seller selects an agent.
  2. The system responds by assigning an agent and notifying the seller's agent.
  3. The seller lists the property to sell.
  4. The system responds by displaying this property in the property listing and linking it for searches.
  5. The buyer selects an agent.
  6. The buyer reviews the property listings by entering search criteria.
  7. The system responds by displaying properties that match the buyer's search criteria.
  8. The buyer finds a property and makes an offer on it.
  9. The system responds by notifying the buyer and the buyer's agent.
  10. The system reponds to the offer with a counteroffer.
  11. The system responds by notifying the buyer and the buyer's agent.
  12. The buyer and the seller agree to terms.
  13. The system responds by recording the agreement.
  14. The buyer indicates that a loan is required.
  15. The system responds by locating an appropriate loan provider.
  16. The buyer and the loan provider agree to loan terms.
  17. The system responds by recording the terms of the loan.
  18. They buyer and seller close on the property.
  19. The system responds by recording the details of the close.

Alternative Courses

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