Selling your home can be an overwhelming and daunting task. Because of that, we want to make sure you understand the steps we take to make the process as painless as possible. Your goal is to sell your home quickly and easily and our goal is to help make that happen. With our support and guidance, we guarantee your home will sell no time.
When I work with sellers, the first thing I like to do is really get to know you and why you've decided to sell your home. We'll uncover all your home's best features and determine if any updates or professional staging are necessary.
Whether or not you choose me to represent you, knowing the questions to ask is critical. Watch this video to learn three important questions to ask your selling agent.
As your real estate agent, my goal is to help you receive top dollar for your home. A big part of making this happen is pricing your home competitively and seeing how the market reacts. A lot of factors go into pricing your home but rest assured, our goal is to help you receive top dollar.
Watch this video to find out if your home's Zillow Zestimate impact how potential buyers will view your home.
Using a captivating home description and exterior photos we'll run Facebook, Zillow and Instagram ads to promote that your home is coming to market very soon. Based on the performance of these ads, we'll know if a price adjustment is necessary before it officially hits the market. We'll also put a "Coming Soon" sign in your yard to let the neighbors know your selling and we'll put mailers out to the area to help build awareness.
Once your home is on the market and show-ready, our marketing strategy will kick into high gear. We'll create a featured listing page on our website, promote your home on Facebook and Instagram and send out emails to our database full of prospective buyers. We'll host an open house during the first weekend your home is on the market and every week you'll receive a marketing report that includes the performance of each advertisement, how your home is performing on Zillow and Realtor.com, all feedback received on your home, and any market changes.
Due to all the "coming soon" ads and continued promotions once your home hits the market, the first open house we host is sure to bring in tons of interested buyers. But when it comes to hosting an open house, there are many do's and don'ts that can impact the home's perceived value.
Check out this video to see exactly what you should do when it's time for your home's open house.
When there is an offer on your home and a contract comes in it's important to know as much as possible about all parties involved. I research the agent, the interested buyer, the lender, and the title company. Having a comfort level with all parties ensures that everyone will play fairly in the same sandpit.
During this time it's important to understand the Net, Terms, and Risk of selling. The Net is exactly how much you'll bring home at the time of closing, the Terms include the cost of closing, inspections, financial contingencies, etc., and the Risk simply means we take precautionary measure to ensure you're protected when the contract is accepted.
When it comes to buying or selling your home, you don't have to be an expert and you don't have to worry! We'll take care of everything.