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Why Hire an Agent?
According to studies, home sellers who work with a real estate agent typically receive a higher price for their house than those who decide to sell it on their own. Using an agent ensures no surprises during the selling process because you’ll be informed of the latest facts at pivotal points.
We keep ourselves updated on the latest changes and trends in the industry. Let us put our experience to work for you to obtain the best price for your house.
Points To Consider Before Selling Home
Before listing your home, you’ll want to ensure everything is in good condition before buyers start to tour the home. Here are some essential things to consider:
- Start Packing
Now is the time to put things in storage, clean the basement and garage and start preparing to show your home. Remove any family photos or personal items. Remember, you want buyers to see themselves in your home!
- Spot Paint
Touch up both interior and exterior paint.
- Update Carpet
Clean or replace the carpet in areas with heavy wear and tear.
- Extra Cleaning
Keep the exterior and interior clean and odor free.
- Curb Appeal
Trim any overgrown bushes, mow the lawn and keep it free of leaves or snow. Make sure the front and back of the home are clean and appealing. You want to make an excellent first impression!
- Find Potential Problems Early
Once you’ve completed these steps, you may want to hire someone to perform a pre-listing inspection. Buyers will also hire professional inspectors; this is your chance to find and address problems before home selling.
- Professional Staging
Consider hiring a professional stager to help give buyers the appeal they’re looking for.
- During the Listing Period
You’ll need something to do when potential buyers visit your home. If initial offers don’t meet your expectations, don’t dismiss them immediately. If months go by with no suggestions, you may consider lowering your asking price. You can find a price that works for all parties by working with your agent.
HOW WE WORK
- After selecting your state and listing time, place your order.
- You will hear from a local representative soon after placing your order. You can send us images and information about the distinctive selling points of your home via email. The MLS forms required for your location will be assembled, together with your listing, by our team.
- A simple technique for listing All of our online forms must be completed within 15-20 minutes.
- Your listing can go online within one business day and frequently within a few hours.
- The Multiple Listing Service will email potential purchasers whose searches match your property.
- If a third party buys your house, there are no additional fees.
- Accepting a buyer’s agent’s offer, you pay them a commission.
Most home sellers imagine a stress-free procedure in which they advertise their property, locate a qualified buyer fast, gather the money, and hand over the keys if everything were that easy! Practically, selling a house involves many moving pieces, some of which you may influence and others beyond your control.
Selling your home can be a stressful event. It can be filled with much uncertainty and emotion we will negotiate and make a successful sale.
Frequently Asked Question
What is the unique feature of your home selling?
Modernized kitchens have long been regarded as the center of the house, making them one of the most crucial characteristics when trying to sell. Many home buyers value updated kitchens highly, particularly if they have stainless steel appliances, fresh countertops, and good lighting.
What is a good profit average when selling a house?
Finally, it would be best to produce a 30 percent profit margin on all your investments and costs, including purchases and acquisitions.
What Does Appraisal Mean While Selling A House?
A home appraisal provides a rough estimate of the value of your house. Knowing that the property being bought has a particular level of worth for the bank or lender gives them peace of mind. After the purchase price has been agreed upon by both the buyer and the seller, an appraiser will do a home appraisal.