Let’s sell this home now!



Your agent will be working with you and your family’s best interest in mind and will guide you through all the stages of selling your home.

  • Connecting your home with prospective buyers: Agents often have access to info about homes going on the market before the public. They can market your home to the largest potential audience.
  • More money in your pocket: Agents will negotiate top dollar for your home
  • Attention to detail: Help fill out all documents required for selling your home and answer any questions you may have
  • Professional negotiator: Agents deal with any difficult conversations that may arise. They will also help you consider offers and negotiate on your behalf.
  • Marketing: Online presence

2. Establish a strong list price

Setting a great list price is crucial to a successful home sale. Don’t want to be too high, but not give the house away below its worth. Sellers should lean on the agent to guide in setting the perfect starting price.

I will run a comparative market analysis (CMA) and provide you with a list of other houses that have sold recently in your area. This will help guide you to see what others have sold and are currently for sale in your area. You may also have a home appraisal conducted to give a better idea of a home’s value.

3. PREPARE your home

Preparing your home does not have to be expensive! All it takes is freshening up the house. This could be as little as pulling weeds, putting in new mulch, or decluttering the garage. You want potential buyers to imagine themselves living there.

I will always recommend having professional photographer to take photos of the house. Good pictures go a long way to selling a home.

If you are setting appointments, try to be as flexible as possible to have as much activity as possible.

Be sure to disclose any current issues you know of with your home.

4. Marketing

Having a great online presence is critical to selling a home. Because of this, I always recommend to sellers to have a professional photographer to take photos of their home. You want to make a great first impression online to get potential buyers in the door.

My personal marketing tactics include but are not limited to:

  • MLS Listing
  • Professional Photos
  • Posts on social media pages
  • Email blast to local REALTORS® and Brokers
  • Open Houses
  • Local/Office Connections
  • Pointer signs

5. Listing on MLS/Realtracs

Your home is now officially on the market! My sign will be in your front yard, and the marketing strategies listed will now be implemented. I will work diligently to sell your home for top dollar and always have your best interest in mind.

6. Showings

It is necessary that you are flexible in showing your home. We can, however, set some time constraints, such as last showing at 8:00 PM, you need at least an hour notice, etc.

Open houses can also bring in crowds of potential buyers. Even if they don’t buy, they may know a friend or family member that is ready and would be a great fit for your home.

Additionally, please make sure to find a safe place for your pets during showings. 

7. Offers and Negotiations

Depending on the market, home price, among other factors, multiple offers can happen. I will have you and your family’s best interests in mind. I will present any offers to you as they come in.

Be prepared to negotiate. When you receive an offer, you have three choices: Accept the offer as is, counter, or reject the offer with no counter.

8. Under Contract

Once the contract and any attached counters are agreed upon, it then needs to be “bound” by either party.

At this point, there are several other things that still need to occur before closing. These include a home inspection (if applicable), title search, appraisal, property survey, and a final walk thru within 24-48 hours of closing.

9. Final Details

This is now the ideal time to start packing and lining up the movers. Make sure to keep current on your insurances.

Transfer your utilities, cable, and internet for closing day in advance. Be prepared as closing delays are very possible.

10. Closing

Finally, this is the final step of the home-selling process!

During closing, the deed is delivered to the buyers, the title is transferred, financing documents and title insurance policies are exchanged, and the agreed-upon closing costs are then paid.

Some of the final documents are signed at the title company. Keep in mind what you may be required to pay at closing including agent commissions, loan fees, title insurance charges, and recording filing fees.

CONGRATS on the sale of your home!

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