When you’re ready to take the next step toward selling your home, we are here to help. We have developed a proven, comprehensive plan for selling homes. My business model is simple, “Quality rather than Quantity”.
When we list your home, there is no up front cost to you. We cover all the expenses and marketing costs. We are compensated only if we successfully sell your home, so your success truly is our success. Our promise is to work hard to ensure that you get the best price, in the quickest time with a transaction as smooth as possible.
As we get into the process of photography, marketing, showings, offers, negotiating, and eventually closing the sale, it can all be an overwhelming and emotionally charged process. Just remember, we will be your guide throughout every step of the way.
Step 1 – Selling Consultation – “Why are you selling your home?”
Our top priority is not only the successful sale of your home, but more importantly to provide you with a real estate experience that is stress-free and satisfying. The more we can know about why you are selling, and how soon you need to be sold, will help us determine the proper marketing timeframe to produce the most beneficial results. Mutual communication will help us to fully understand your needs, concerns and expectations. We are committed to always work for your best interests because our goal is the same as yours.
Step 2 – Develop a Pricing Stragety – “What should I do to get my home ready to sell?”
When searching for a home, buyers will go through extensive comparison shopping with much of their concern focused on price. With the ease of finding information on the internet, buyers today are so well educated on the real estate market’s activity and pricing. It is so important for us to determine a realistic and accurate market value for your home. We want to set the price of your home high enough to ensure a maximum return to you, yet still appear attractive to buyers when compared to similar homes.
Step 3 – Develop Marketing Strategy – “Where do Buyers find the Homes they Purchase?”
Knowing where buyers come from is the first step in developing a strong
and successful marketing campaign. The typical home buyer views numerous homes
before purchasing. Specific information sources they use play a more
significant role in the decision of which homes they view. We have an expansive
portfolio of marketing avenues we utilize, but it is clear that some marketing
sources provide a greater rate of success.
Step 4 – Implement Customized Marketing Plan – “What marketing has the best chance to find the right buyer?”
Knowing where buyers find the home they purchase has enabled us to develop a very comprehensive, focused and effective marketing plan. We will use our many powerful marketing resources and will fully customize our plan to best promote your home’s most desirable qualities. The result is a highly favorable perception of your home reaching a greater pool of potential buyers. Here’s a hint about our marketing plan, over 90% of buyers are actively searching the web when looking for a home.
Step 5 – Understanding your Role – “What should I do to get my home ready to sell?”
Your role throughout the selling process can have a great impact on it’s success. Working as a team, we can maximize our efforts to reach our common goal of selling your home at the highest possible price in the shortest period of time. Together we’ll walk through your home, and we’ll provide recommendations and tips for you to best prepare your home for showings.
Step 6 – Negotiating the Purchase Contract – “Once I get an offer, how will I know if its the best offer?”
Our experience, knowledge and commitment to you will truly shine once we receive an offer for your home. There are many factors to consider besides the price. This is where we really make a difference as we assist you in evaluating every important term of the contract, and determine a focused strategy to be sure we are looking out for your best interests.
Step 7 – Managing the Transaction through Closing – “Once we are under contract, what happens? Can the buyer cancel, when do we really know we are truly sold?”
Once you accept a buyer’s offer, your home is then considered “Under
Contract”. Although under contract for sale, we will still have much work
to do to ensure a successful closing. Many of these steps will have strict
deadline dates applied, and if not completed properly and on time, could cause
forfeiture of the contract and loss of the sale. Again, we will be your guide
throughout each and every very important step.
There is so much thought, knowledge and preparation that goes into a successful home-selling campaign. We will be your resourceful guide through every step. Lets get started on formulating our strategic plan to get your home sold.