Preparing your home - Do you know which repairs are necessary? What upgrades will help your sale the most? We can guide you through all the preparation to get your home ready for the market place. Setting the price - You want to get the best price possible for your home but overpricing your home can be disastrous. Our knowledge of the current market conditions and the local area make all the difference. We help you set the price you can actually get, not a price that will make your home show up later as an old listing with a reduced price. Marketing your home - Today’s selling environment demands advertising in multiple channels. We can market your home online, in print, using signage, open houses and more. We go the extra mile for you to get your home sold quickly. Negotiating - Now that you’ve got some people interested, you want to get as much of your asking price as possible. We are professionals with experience in this. It is always better to have a professional working for you that don't have the emotional attachment to your home as you would. For example, low ball opening bids from a buyer are just a strategy, not an insult to your family home. Closing the sale - Everyone always has questions when it comes to the closing. Relax. We make sure that you know exactly what to expect and ensure that you have a smooth closing. Selling and Buying? Are you selling your current home and moving into a new home? We can help you manage both transactions so you don’t get caught in the middle. Have questions about selling your home? Get the answers you need by filling out the form below.
Ask what your agent will do for you: 1. "What is your marketing plan for my property?" Look for advertising specifics (brochures and flyer's) and an open house agenda. The agent should also detail a plan with other Realtors in the area about property by using mailings, phone calls and "agent's opens." Get quantitative promises - when and where ads will run for example. 2. "How often can I rely on you to call or write me with feedback?" Good agents should contact their clients every week (even if news is not encouraging). Mondays are best because weekends present the most opportunities for viewing. 3. "Could you give me a list of your satisfied clients as references?" Make sure the list contains owners of properties in similar neighborhoods and/or price ranges. 4. "What is the average number of days your listed homes stay on the market?" Once you've entered into a contract to buy a house changing agents can make it difficult, so you want to find a reliable agent at the start. Only consider making a change if you are not happy with the service. First, call the agent and express your concerns; then if the agent does not rectify the situation, pursue another agent search. Remember, the Broker/Owner or Manager can assist in any problems or concerns; including any changes you may need. Selling your home is a big event that affects your family and your financial future. You want to get it right so you want the right people on your team. We have the experience selling homes in your area to quickly get you the best price for your home no matter what the current market conditions are.