LISTING AGENTS represent the sellers. They market the properties and get the property SOLD.
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Bring potential buyers to your doorsteps and increase your home visibility!
Where people are viewing the listing and how they rate it.
Rest assured, no dirt will get on your newly cleaned flooring during the Open House!
Prominently DISPLAYED YARD SIGN and Signage (flyers, upgrade list and such) to showcase your home.
Your Home Listing would be on many top Real Estate Websites and Your Local MLS.
Get feedback to improvement from buyers and Realtor after showing your home (price, interior, exterior rating, etc.)
Date & time notifications of who enters and leaves your home.
1 - Meet with a Real Estate Professional: There's no commitment required on your part for the initial meeting. It will be educational and help you identify your next steps.
2 - Establish a Price: Your agent will provide a market analysis, which will help you set an asking price.
3 - Strategic Price: As difficult as it may be, it's important to review the market analysis and consider your home price objectively.
4 - Prepare Your Home: View your home through the eyes of the buyer and ask yourself what you'd expect. Your agent will offer some useful suggestions.
5 - List It For Sale: When everything is in place your agent will put your home on the open market. It's critical you make it as easy as possible for potential buyers to view your home.
6 - Showings: Potential buyers may ask to see your home on short notice. It's best if you can accommodate these requests, you never want to miss a potential sale.
7 - Offers and Negotiation: If everything goes well, a buyer and (most often the agent who represents them) will present your agent with an offer.
8 - Choosing an Offer: Your agent will present the benefits and risks of each offer. You will have the opportunity to either accept or counter any offer based on its merits.
9 - Under Contract: At this point, you and the buyer have agreed to all of the terms of the offer and both parties have signed the agreements.
10 - Final Details: While under contract, the buyer will work with their mortgage provider to finalize the loan and perform other due diligence.
11 - Inspection: The buyer will usually perform a physical inspection of the home. They may even ask you to make certain repairs. Your agent will explain all of your options regarding the inspection.
12 - Closing: This is the transfer of funds and ownership. Depending on when the buyer moves into the home you will need to be all packed up and ready to move.
When your report is complete you will receive a personalized CMA of your home. This report will include the following based on your home’s location:
Recent homes sold
Homes currently for sale
Homes that are pending home sales
Homes that failed to sell
These are the best indicators of your home’s value.
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Your listing will be featured on ARMLS, ZILLOW.com, REALTOR.com (the #1, #2, and #3 most trafficked Real Estate websites in the country).
Your listing will be featured in more than hundreds of online websites across the country.
Your listing will receive top placement on Google, Yahoo, and Bing search engines.
Your Realtor will receive a list of the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of people who sent request for more information.
LISTING ACTIVITY REPORT
Your Realtor can track your marketing progress by viewing how many times your listing appeared in the search results, and how many times it was clicked on.
YOUR REALTOR and TEAM
A dedicated REALTOR who is here to answer questions and give you tips to maximize your home listing’s marketing.
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Our dedicated search engine team works daily to optimize your listings, ensuring buyers can find your home when they search Google, Yahoo! and Bing.
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A study from Zillow, a real estate website, showed that the average homeowner spends $18,342 in additional costs associated with selling a home.
In addition to closing costs, seller seeking professionals to help them prepare the home for sale spend an average of $4,985, Zillow found.
Selling a home in the U.S. is not only fraught with anxiety, but often culminates in unmet expectations.
In fact, close to one third of sellers said they felt unsatisfied with the selling process. Of first-time sellers, nearly 30 percent were unprepared for how long it took to sell their homes and said they wished they would have started the process sooner, according to the analysis.
Furthermore, 76 percent of sellers across the U.S. ended up making at least one concession, with lowering the price the most-cited compromise. And 36 percent said they either struggled to sell their homes within their desired price range – or time frame.
Much of the stress sellers feel stems from that nail-biting wait to get the right offer. Fueling this collective anxiety is, of course, more access to information.
And of course, it meant packing up. And selling the house. And doing all the things sellers do to ensure the house will sell quickly. It takes cleaning, painting, power washing landscaping, and deciding the price to put it on the market.
Timing is a big driver of anxiety. More than one third of sellers had difficulty timing the sale of their home with buying a new home.
KEEP THE HOUSE CLEAN, CLEAR, and FRESH (smell)
Keep the back and front yard clean, clear, and looking good.
Change out all your lightbulbs to DAYLIGHT CLEAR BULBS for better showing.
From cleanliness and curb appeal to perceived value and move-in-readiness, there are all sorts of staging considerations that go into selling a property. But, how do you make a home memorable without going over-budget? If you’re not sure how to stage a house so it packs a greater visual punch, consider using these seven inexpensive items.
Books: When they are strategically placed, books can complete a shelf or coffee table. They can also make a space feel more lived in. You can find cheap books at used book stores or garage sales. Just be sure to avoid any controversial covers or topics, and make extra sure the books don’t have frayed covers, damaged spines or musty odors.
Bowl of lemons: A bowl of bright yellow lemons can add a colorful pop to a kitchen or dining centerpiece, while also invigorating the room with a sense of freshness. Just make sure to use a bowl that’s consistent with the decor of the property and consider choosing decorative lemons you will be able to reuse for other showings.
Plush, white towels: Within the hospitality industry, they use white to make bathrooms look clean and spacious. You can create this boutique hotel look by adding a few soft and impeccably clean white towels to your home’s bathroom. You can also add a few other white accents, such as a brand new bar of soap, shower curtain or bathmat.
Mirrors: These props are a much better option than paintings, which may turn off certain buyers. In addition to creating the illusion of more space, mirrors also increase lighting, which is a substantial selling point for just about every type of buyer. When strategically placed, mirrors can also draw attention to a home’s beautiful landscaping or back yard.
Table lamps: You don’t have to spend a fortune on fancy table lamps to get that designer look. Flank a living room sofa with a pair of matching, inexpensive lamps, or add a pair of lamps to the nightstands on either side of a bed. This creates a very attractive, balanced appearance. For best results, however, choose a solid white or light-colored shade that will reflect light and summon the eye.
Throw pillows: A few tasteful throw pillows can invigorate a sofa that looks plain or tired. You can easily – and affordably – use throw pillows to add a colorful pop to muted tones. You can also tone down dated or busy upholstery by adding one or two neutral-colored pillows. Throw pillows are available for around ten dollars at Walmart and some home improvement stores.
Fresh flowers: Few things are more inviting than a floral bouquet. Instead of going with false flowers, however, be sure to choose fresh, natural flowers that won’t create that staged, artificial feel. You can keep your flowers fresh for longer by refrigerating them overnight, by swapping out the water daily, and by cutting the stems at an angle before placing them inside a vase.
WHEN REMODELING YOUR HOUSE, please keep this in mind:
First, renovations are designed to appeal to buyers. Try not to renovate according to sellers' tastes. Focus on creating move-in ready spaces with broad appeal. The renovations expand the pool of potential buyers and drive up the sale price of the home.
Second, homeowners invest in upgrades that will directly affect sale price and steer away from renovations that won't deliver value.
Finally, find a company that has a portfolio of materials, from cabinets to appliances, that are high-quality and readily available, allowing for quick renovation and maximize the seller's budget.
CONTACT AGENT FOR A REFERRAL company that can "Renovate Now, Pay When You Sell".
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“Don’t show my home unless I’m available.”
Real estate agents are busy. Therefore, if you want to maximize your home’s exposure, you’re gonna have to be flexible (i.e., as “hands off” as possible). I get it, though. You cringe at the thought of muddy shoes dragging across your beige carpet (or whatever else your concern may be). You naturally want to be present to keep an eye on things, but try to control that urge. Buyers get uncomfortable with sellers standing over them while they view a home — and that’s if you’re lucky enough to draw the buyer inside in the first place, considering all the hoops created by stipulating that other people’s schedules must align with yours.
“But Zillow said…”
Stop listening to Zillow. Relying on Zillow to determine your home’s value is, at best, a crapshoot. Zillow itself even encourages buyers, sellers and homeowners to conduct other research such as “getting a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a real estate agent” and “getting an appraisal from a professional appraiser.” Sure, Zillow’s Zestimates® are quick, easy, and free… often it is not accurate The point? Just let a local real estate professional (who will actually see your home’s unique features in person) determine its fair market value.
“Oh, you sell real estate? You must make good money.”
Not really. According to NAR (National Association of REALTORS®), the median gross income of REALTORS® was $47,700 in 2013, and that’s before expenses like MLS fees, marketing, insurance and everything else. Also, keep in mind that commissions are split between the brokerages representing the buyer and seller. In other words, of that X% you paid your agent to sell your home, he or she saw only a tiny fraction of that.
“I’m planning to sell my home by owner. I just want to know how to do it.”
We all know that time is money, but so is knowledge. And especially Experience. It’s not always free, and it certainly can’t be passed from one brain to another through osmosis — especially not how to sell a home. So if you ask this question to an agent, don’t be offended if you don’t get the answer you were seeking. It’s not that agents want you to fail… it’s just that advising you how to sell a home isn’t easy. If you want to benefit from experience, be willing to pay for it (especially when it comes to real estate).
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