Selling your home can be overwhelming and challenging in today’s market. As your Realtor®, I am your consultant here to guide you along the way.
I will reduce your stress by making suggestions for home preparations before the listing, home staging to maximize profits, choosing the listing price right the first time, understanding the housing market, analyzing offers, dealing with issues and paperwork, handling the closing, and other final issues.
My goal is to get your home sold the best price possible in the current market helping you and your family move forward in life as quickly as possible.
Pricing your home in today’s market requires in-depth analysis. Don’t be afraid of selling too low. During my competitive market analysis I will research recent sold properties, active properties, expired properties, pending properties, taxes and assessments, price per square foot, appraisal, FHFA, condition of your home, motivation level, and much more to give you the most accurate price range of where you can expect to sell your home. I will adjust your range to include a maximum list price. When your home is priced right from the start, kept in top showing condition, and is made available for viewing agents and buyers, you will get offers.
As your listing agent, I know how to deal with buyers and other agents on your behalf. I am an expert negotiator and won’t let you sign anything without a full discussion and my professional advice. In addition to proper pricing, proper marketing is essential to sell your home. I will aggressively market your home to get it sold as fast as possible using the most up-to-date tools that buyers use to search for homes such as print advertisements, virtual tours, voice messaging, text messaging, social media, and more.
I do recommend a pre-listing inspection to avoid last-minute surprises. The inspection will reveal anything major and will allow you to complete minor repairs. I also suggest that you offer the buyer a home warranty so you can rest assured that the basics will be covered if something should happen after closing and the buyer won’t come back to you for repair costs.