In order to sell your home in the smallest amount of time and for the greatest return, you need to make sure that it gets maximum buyer exposure by following the five rights: house right, yard right, price right, marketing right, and using the right Realtor®.
It’s important to make sure your house is in ideal condition for prospective buyers and other agents. Clean everything thoroughly, including walls, closets, and appliances. Eliminate clutter and excess furniture. Open window coverings and turn on lights for showings.
Curb appeal is everything. Keep flowerbeds neat and weed-free. Walkways should be swept clean. Lawns need to be mowed and regularly watered in the summer.
Once your home is listed, I will enter your house into the Multiple Listing Service. I will also use the internet, yard signage, and other advertising to market your home. See my 23 Point Marketing System for additional information.
An overpriced home is likely to miss its two-week window of opportunity as a new listing, causing potential buyers to think there might be something wrong with it. Under pricing can lead to even lower initial offers. The right price from the get-go can make all the difference.
I will conduct a competitive market analysis (CMA) of your home to obtain its fair market value. Then you and I will work together to determine an asking price that matches both the mood of the market and your selling goals.
The Right Realtor®
Realtors®, defined as brokers who are members of the National Association of REALTORS®, are bound to a strong code of ethics and have extensive training in transaction management, marketing negotiations, and community information.
I’d be delighted to talk with you about how we can work together to get the best price in the shortest time for your home.