Selling real estate is much more than just a business transaction because it’s much more than just real estate. I’ve sold homes of my own and understand the financial and emotional stress that it can entail.
So what does selling effectively mean to me?
At the heart of it, there’s selling real estate and then there’s how selling real estate should be. I’m dedicated to fulfilling my client’s unique needs and utilizing my local expertise to bring all of their real estate goals to life.
Here’s how I make that happen:
It Starts With A Meeting
Great relationships are built on a solid foundation of understanding and trust–and real estate is no different. The first step to selling effectively is to meet and see if we’re good fit. We will get together to go over the process, your needs, pricing, and the preparations.
The Home Assessment
Before we list your house, our team will help bring it to its full potential. Our expert team will determine what improvements and staging options will best suit your home, and set a plan in place to implement them.
The Marketing Strategy
Selling real estate effectively means having innovative marketing strategies in place and the materials to extensively promote your property. Luckily, I have all of that and more. You’ll see your home online, in brochures, in print media, and all over social media. I’ll distribute feature sheets and set up eye-catching signage while promoting open houses for agents and the public.
By networking with other agents, your property will get maximum exposure to the right kind of buyer at the right time. We’ll showcase what makes your home unique and attract a buyer who will appreciate those features just as much as you do.
Considering the Offers
Now comes the challenging part–for some. The truth is, I love a challenge, and with my negotiating skills, you’ll get the price and conditions you want. I will walk you through the details so you’re aware of every aspect of the transaction. We’ll cover all the closing activities and coordinate all of the necessary documents between the agents.
The closing process will most likely take place at your lawyer’s office, and usually takes less than an hour. You will review the final settlement with your lawyer, sign the necessary documents, distribute the funds, hand the keys to the proud new owner, and there you go! Your house is sold.