Selling your home is one of the largest financial transactions you’ll make in your lifetime.
To ensure a smooth transaction, and to maximize return on your investment, it’s important to educate yourself on the selling process, marketing, and the importance of professional representation.
If you have already downloaded our complimentary Seller’s Guide, the next step is to educate yourself on the driving factors that will influence the sale of your home, the cost to sell your home, and the importance of professional representation.
Selling your first home has several considerations when building an action plan. It’s not as easy as “putting it on the market” and hoping that the market will bring you a buyer. There is a lot of work behind the scenes that makes house sales feel flawless. In addition, the market ecosystem can change very quickly, making it vital to work with a local professional that understands trends and how to take advantage of them.
Hiring the right agent who is prepared and experienced in handling the best and worst-case scenarios can help you through many unforeseen headaches.
I take the time to educate my clients on the entire selling process to place them in the best position to succeed. Here is a snapshot of what I do:
Learn about your current situation and goals. This provides everyone with clarity on precisely what we are working together to achieve.
Work to understand the market conditions for your home and the target purchase if you are buying a new home.
Create a customized action plan based on your specific goals and the market conditions.
Use tools and resources to execute the defined action plan.
While we prefer to roll a listing out over a week or two, in extreme circumstances the photography, brochures, signage and listing the home on the internet can all be done within 48 hours. Of course, it’s possible to list the home same-day without the professional photography, brochures, and professionally installed signage, but why would you want to do that?
Summer is a great time to increase the curb appeal of your home. Think of installing an outdoor living space, like a deck. Also think of repainting your home, upgrading the driveway, or simply spending some time in the garden.
Technically yes. But Buyers are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, and instinctually want to check inside closets and under the kitchen cabinets, and if you’re there they will feel uncomfortable. Being present during showings will hurt your chances of selling.
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