KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT
First things first: You need to know what you want (and what your partner wants) in order to sell your home with minimum frustration. Why are you moving? What do you expect from the process? When, exactly, should you put that For Sale sign
in the yard?
DO YOUR RESEARCH
Unless you bought your home last week, the housing market changed since you became a homeowner. Mortgage rates fluctuate, inventory shifts over time — these are just a few of the factors that affect the state of the market, and every market is unique. Educate yourself on what to expect
INTERVIEW AND SELECT A REALTOR
This is the most important relationship you’ll form on your home selling journey. Pick the right agent and you’ll likely get a better sales price for your house.
HOW MUCH IS YOUR HOME WORTH?
That’s the … $300,000 question. Whatever the number, you need to know it. This is how
your agent will help you pinpoint the price.
DECLUTTER and DEPERSONALIZE
Today, home buyers have unfettered access to property listings online, so you have to make a great first impression —on the internet and and "in real life." That means you’ll have to declutter all the stuff you’ve accumulated over the years, make any necessary repairs, and get your home in swoon-worthy condition.
CALL US TODAY - - WHETHER YOU ARE READY TO SELL OR BUY - or BOTH!
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