Get Ready to Sell Your Home

Selling a home is a significant and often stressful time, and our goal is to make the transition as smooth as possible. During all phases of a listing from the initial paperwork and promotion through the very last minute of the closing, we personally attend to all of the details. As a result, the large majority of our transactions come through referrals and repeat business. We anticipate that you will trust us as experts in the area to guide you through the process.

Steps to Selling Your Home:

  1. Listing Consultation: Meet with a local real estate expert who will walk you through the current market, how your home compares to recently sold homes in the neighborhood, and what marketing options are available to maximize exposure. Choose an agent who has experience in the community, speaks candidly about what your home is worth in today’s market, and will advocate on your behalf.

  2. Determine the List Price for your Home: You will work with your real estate specialist to determine the real value of your home in the current market. Choosing the correct opening price will attract more buyers, in turn causing a higher net overall, faster sale, and less stress for you...Learn More 

  3. Prep Your Home for the Market: This is the time before your home officially goes on the market where a lot of spiffing up will happen. You’ll want to consider decluttering, sprucing up the interior and exterior to make the best first impression, potentially making some minor or major changes to add value, and taking professional photos...Learn More

  4. Market & Show Your Home: The first two weeks a home is on the market are the most crucial, as that’s when it will be most desirable to buyers. You’ll want to create as much exposure as possible by submitting it to a Multiple Listing Service, syndicating to all major property websites, and put the word out on social media. Once your home is out there, buyers will want to come and see it, so the next step is to schedule Open Houses and Showings...Learn More

  5. Accept an Offer. Assuming that you’ve properly marketed your home, you should have one or more offers rolling in! You’ll compare the offers to choose the one that gets you closest to your goals, whether that’s for the highest net, the shortest time to closing, the most stable buyer, or some combination of all three.

  6. Close on the Home: The escrow process is the last step in selling your home. During this period, an independent third party (called a settlement company, escrow company, or title company) will take over management and coordination. Their job is to ensure the title to the home is transferable and that you have the legal right to sell, there are no outstanding judgements or liens against the property, and that the buyer is 100% able to purchase (either through cash or a lender)...Learn More

Selling a home may seem rather overwhelming. That is why we recommend trusting a professional to represent you and keep track of all the details for you!


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