How I Can Help You Sell a Home
Helping find a buyer for your home is only one facet of a real estate professional’s job. There are many more aspects including explaining the basic real estate practices and principles and all the related paperwork, Performing a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) to help determine your home’s value, helping to prepare your home for sale, listing your home, marketing your home, keeping you informed throughout the process. When the sale begins, it’s important to work with someone who will assist you with the paperwork, negotiate on your behalf, make sure deadlines are met, and work with the escrow company.
By working with me, you will:
- Be more likely to realize the highest return on the sale of your home
- Reduce the number of days your home is on the market
- Become familiar with all the terms, processes and paperwork involved in selling your home
- Have confidence that your home will enjoy exposure to more buyers and agents with qualified buyers
- Receive regularly updated market information that will enable you to make informed decisions
- Have a skilled negotiator working on your behalf
- Have peace of mind knowing that all the details of your sale are being handled properly by a licensed and trained professional
Here is a Seller’s Guide for more useful information.
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|7 Things that Will Stop Your House Selling
|Property Estimates and More with Our AVM Program
|Getting a home to sell is more than just pricing. It’s about making buyers want to enter the home and look around and consider making it their own home. Here are some tips to help keep your home more inviting to potential buyers.
|Have you stopped and wondered about how much you could get for your property? Or maybe you want a range for a vacation home you’re thinking of buying? Click through for an AVM program that gives you value ranges for any property, plus a whole lot more.
|Benefits Of Listing Your Home In The Holiday Season
|Six Easy Ways to Boost Curb Appeal in Just One Day
|While you may have heard that summer is the best time to sell a house, Click through to find out why listing your property for sale during the winter holidays can actually work in your favor.
|A little bit of sprucing up goes a long way. First impressions of your home start outside. Here are some tips on boosting your home’s curb appeal in one day.
|Is This Your Situation: How Can I Prepare for a Smooth Home Closing?
|To FSBO or Not to FSBO, That Is a Good Question
|There’s more to selling a home than picking the right listing price and marketing the property. Sellers have to take a proactive role in the process. Click through to learn how to avoid 4 common mistakes home sellers make.
|When it’s time to sell your home, will you be the one who puts up the For Sale sign? The idea of putting up a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) sign will probably be a consideration with the hope of avoiding the majority of the 6–10% selling costs that come with having a real estate agent list your home.
|Is This Your Situation: Reconsidering Selling Your Home FSBO?
|What Factors Impact the Timeline for Selling a Home?
|Last year people selling their home FSBO lost close to $40K on average on their sale price. While FSBO homeowners don’t have to pay a commission to an agent, they end up paying way more than a commission would have cost them. Click through to read five reasons why you should reconsider selling your home FSBO.
|A number of factors can come into play when it comes to the timeline for selling your home. Let’s take a look.
|Need to Sell Your Parents’ Home but You Live Out of State?
|When to Downsize Your Home
|Technology gives us the ability to sell a property, even in another state and have the chance to help family members move on to the next stage of life. Click through to learn how to do it as efficiently as possible.
|Are you deciding whether to get a new place for your retirement years? Most retirees prefer a smaller home but, like all purchases, downsizing comes with a lot of decisions. Click through for a quick guide to when and how to downsize.