Selling a Home?

How I Can Help You Sell a Home

Home For Sale
Helping find a buyer for your home is only one facet of a real estate professional’s job. There are many more aspects including explaining the basic real estate practices and principles and all the related paperwork, Performing a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) to help determine your home’s value, helping to prepare your home for sale, listing your home, marketing your home, keeping you informed throughout the process. When the sale begins, it’s important to work with someone who will assist you with the paperwork, negotiate on your behalf, make sure deadlines are met, and work with the escrow company.

 

What does REALTOR® mean?

Only Real Estate Agents who are members of the National Association of Realtors® can use this term.  Realtors subscribe to a higher code of ethics.  Realtors are required to have additional education.  I’m a member of the Local, State and National Associations.

 

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When you sell with me, you will:

  • Be more likely to realize the highest return on the sale of your home
  • Reduce the number of days your home is on the market
  • Become familiar with all the terms, processes and paperwork involved in selling your home
  • Have confidence that your home will enjoy exposure to more buyers and agents with qualified buyers
  • Receive regularly updated market information that will enable you to make informed decisions
  • Have a skilled negotiator working on your behalf
  • Have peace of mind knowing that all the details of your sale are being handled properly by a licensed and trained professional
GET READY, SET, $ELL:
Your home is likely your largest investment.  As a professional real estate agent, my goal is to make sure you get the best possible price in the shortest amount of time.  Showing an appealing, uncluttered home that stands out is a must, as is highlighting key features of your home.

 

Getting you home ready to $ELL.  Check out the video below for 12 Staging Tips: