What I Will Do for You: Seller Tips
I realize you have a choice in Real Estate Services. I would appreciate the opportunity to visit with you about selling your home.
There are 7 Areas of Expertise and Proficiency Required to Maximize the Sale of Your Property:
Value and Pricing, Preparing Your Property, Marketing, Cooperation with Other Agents, Buyer Acquisition, Negotiation, Systems, Support and Execution.
Selling your home can be very stressful and chaotic. We are here to help make the process smooth and as stress free as possible. We need to work as a team from the beginning.
Creating First Impressions:
It is important to make sure that the first impression is favorable. Our exclusive “Black Book for Market Preparation” is simple advice to help you sell quickly.
Steps to Selling:
Consultation to analyze needs, prepare your home for sale, show property to agents, show property to buyers, Offer Presentation and Negotiation, acceptance of the Contract, home Inspections, Appraisal, Underwriting, Loan Approval of buyer, Title exam, assemble documents, funding of loan, Closing (recording) & Moving.
Communication is important; we will give you feedback on each showing.
Because 92% of buyers begin their search on the internet we hire a professional photographer (or two) for your home. We take a variety of interior and exterior photos. We use these photos for the MLS, brochures and internet. Your home will stand out among its competitors!
Because 92% of buyers begin their search on the internet we take time to place your property properly. In addition, and because we live behind a ferry (meaning everyone looking to purchase a home or that owns a home takes the ferry) we hold the first right hand page of “Homes and Land” magazine, published monthly in full color, distributed on the ferry and locally. We also use an Interactive Voice Response System (IVR) so your property is advertised in detail by voice 24/7.
Please feel free to ask for our 60 page “A Sellers Handbook for RESULTS.” And “433 Things We Do To Sell Your Home”, “The Black Book for Market Preparation”.