Seller Advice

I understand that selling your home can be stressful. There are a lot of questions that I can help answer. What is my home’s current market value? What are other homes nearby worth? How does that affect my home value? Are there buyers out there who are ready? I have these answers and I’m an expert at taking care of all the things that you don’t have the time, experience or desire to take on.

Just like when you’re buying a home, there are certain steps that you should take when you’re preparing to sell your home. That way, when the time comes to make a move, you’re ahead of the game.

Take a look at the steps I’ve outlined below to get you started.

Step 1. Contact an Agent

Make sure you’re working with someone you trust to list your home. Does your agent have local experience? This is critical to ensure that he or she will be able to expertly and accurately assess your current home value. If you’re looking for someone you can trust, and has local experience, contact me today.

Step 2. Consider Curb Appeal.

It’s all about the Three C’s. Clean, Cut and Clip. Clean up and fix any unsightly areas of the home. Cut the grass. Clip shrubs, bushes and hedges. These small steps will go a long way in helping your home look its best.

Step 3. Get Inspected

When your home sells (and it could be fast), it will most likely be contingent on a proper inspection. If you get a pre-inspection and can provide a warranty, prospective buyers will feel much more confident about purchasing your home.

Step 4. Time to Negotiate

Together, well look at and consider offers from potential buyers. Then, trust me to negotiate the best possible deal. Once both parties accept an offer, we’ll work with the buyer’s agent to schedule a closing date.

Step 5. Get Ready to Move

Notify all your utilities. Hire a moving company if needed. Don’t forget to tell the post office that you’re moving. If you neglect to tell your mother-in-law, I won’t tell… Then, just pack and move!