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"Where every home is fabulous!"

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"Where every home is fabulous!"

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"Where every home is fabulous!"

Currently for sale in the U.S.

"Where every home is fabulous!"

Currently for sale in the U.S.

"Where every home is fabulous!"

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Seller Assistance

seller-assistance

Millions of existing homes are sold each year and, while each transaction is different, every owner wants the same thing: the best possible deal with the least amount of hassle and aggravation. preparing home for sale

Home selling has become more complex than it used to be. New seller disclosure statements, longer and more mysterious form agreements, and a range of environmental concerns have all emerged in the past decade.

More importantly, the home selling process has changed. Buyer brokerage, the process in which REALTORS® represent home buyers, is now common nationwide and good buyer-brokers want the best for their clients.

The result is that, while hundreds of thousands of existing homes may be sold each week, the process is not as easy for sellers as it was five or 10 years ago. Surviving in today’s real estate world requires experience and training in such fields as real estate marketing, financing, negotiating and closing, the very expertise available from local REALTORS®.

Are You Ready?

The home-selling process typically starts several months before a property is made available for sale. It’s necessary to look at a home through the eyes of a prospective buyer and determine what needs to be cleaned, painted, repaired and tossed out.

Ask yourself: If you were buying this home, what would you want to see? The goal is to show a home that looks good, maximizes space and attracts as many buyers as possible.

While part of the “getting ready” phase relates to repairs, painting and other home improvements, it is also a good time to ask why you really want to sell. Selling a home is an important matter and you should have a good reason to sell, perhaps a job change to a new community or the need for more space. Your reason for selling can impact the negotiating process, so it’s important to discuss your needs and wants in private with the REALTOR® who lists your home.

When Should You Sell?

The marketplace tends to be more active in the summer because parents want to enroll children in classes at the beginning of the school year (usually in August). Summer is also typically when most homes are likely to be available.

Generally speaking, markets tend to have some balance between buyers and sellers year-round. For example, a given community may have fewer buyers in late December, but it’s also likely to have fewer homes available for purchase. As a result, home prices tend to rise or fall due to general patterns of supply and demand, rather than the time of year.

Owners are encouraged to sell when the property is ready for sale, there is a need or desire to sell, and the services of a local REALTOR® have been retained.

How Do You Improve Your Home’s Value?

The general rule in real estate is that buyers seek the least expensive home in the best neighborhood they can afford. This means you want to put on the market a home that fits with the neighborhood but is not over-improved. For example, if most homes in your neighborhood have three bedrooms, two baths and 2,500 square feet of finished space, a property with five bedrooms, more baths and far more space would likely be priced much higher and would be more difficult to sell.

Improvements should be made so that the property shows well, reflects community preferences and does not involve capital investments, the cost of which cannot be recovered from the sale.

Cosmetic improvements, paint, wallpaper, landscaping, etc., help a home show better and often are good investments. Mechanical repairs that ensure all systems and appliances are in good working condition are required to get a top price.

Ideally, you want to be sure your property is competitive with other homes available in the community. REALTORS®, who see numerous homes, can provide suggestions that are consistent with your marketplace.

If you are planning to sell your home and would like some assistance, just complete the following form. We will contact you as soon as possible!

Seller(s) Needs Analysis

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Owner's First Name (required)
Owner's Last Name (required)
Property Address line 1 (required)
Property Address line 2
City (required)
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Moving To:
Purchased Yet?:
Years in this home:
Year built:
Date you need sale completed (Realistically) (Required):
Possession Date (required):
Has the home previously been on the market?:
With Whom?:
Home Greatest Asset/s?:
Are there any challenges/issues that you are aware of with your home that may prevent passing of clear title to a purchaser (Required):
Are you aware of homes for sale, or recently sold in your area?:
How does your family feels about selling?:
Have you received a formal opinion of value other than an appraisal?:
What were you told?:
Was it in writing?:
Have you sold a home before?:
Did you use a real estate agent?:
What was that experience like?:
What is your most important consideration in selecting an agent?:
Would you prefer an agent that tells you what he or she thinks you want to hear or one who tells you the facts so you can make an informed decision?:
Many seller(s) price high and wait while others price at market value to help cause a quicker sale. Which fits your needs best?:
What do you hope to net from the sale of your Home? (Required):
Would you assist with financing?: