If you’re considering selling your home, there are simple improvements that can help you get your house ready for the market. View and download our “First Impressions Check List” for interior and exterior preparations. Our agents assist with the sales of thousands of homes every year and can help you focus your efforts on the things that will make a real difference to buyers.
Step 2: Selecting a REALTOR®
A great agent helps you to better understand the selling process and gives you a number of advantages in selling your home. Their local knowledge of home values and expertise in pricing and negotiating are important assets in obtaining the most for your house.
Step 3: Learn the Value of Your Home/Price Your Home Right
The biggest mistake to avoid when selling your home is overpricing. Setting the right price is critical to getting the most for your home and selling it quickly. Having an agent prepare a comparable market analysis provides you with the facts and insight to set the right price. We offer a CMA free of charge and without obligation. Contact usto schedule your free home analysis and CMA! You can also find out how much your home is worth, or track activity in your neighborhood with Market Snapshot located in the menu above.
Step 4: Marketing Time
Obtaining the best price is about bringing you the right buyers for your house. This is a combination of a solid marketing plan, targeted media exposure, and taking advantage of our powerful network of local and out-of-town buyers. As an affiliate of LeadingRE®, we have the resources to market your home to the highest audience of potential buyers.
Step 5: Showings
Once your home is ready to list and the sign is in the yard, you’ll start to receive showing requests. It's important for you and your family to leave the home during showings. This will allow the buyer and their agent to feel comfortable while they view the house.
Step 6: Receiving an Offer
When an offer is presented, your agent will help you negotiate the best possible price and terms. If the offer is not acceptable to you, further negotiations may be necessary to reach terms that are agreeable to all parties involved.
Step 7: Inspections
Property inspections are often performed to determine the home’s condition for the buyer. Depending on what the home inspection report displays, further negotiations may be made.
Step 8: Closing & Moving Day
At closing, you and the buyer will sign closing documents, which will ultimately transfer possession of the home. Moving day can be stressful! View our free moving concierge service through MoveEasy.
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