MOVING YOU FORWARD

Selling your home can be a long and stressful process. Our experienced agents will help you get to know the market, and sell for the best price
 possible. We will provide you with essential information as we help to sell your home for the highest price the current market can support. We will work with you to plan out your goals and expectations for selling your home. 

In order to get people interested in buying your home, getting it ready to be listed and shown is crucial. Many prospective home buyers know what to look for when they’re searching for a new home. Curb appeal, lighting, design, and other factors that attract buyers are important to consider when selling your home. We can assist you to stage your home to appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. Contact us today for a full list of ways to prepare your home for selling.

WHEN SHOULD I SELL?

 

When selling your home, it’s important that you choose to sell your home when it’s most conducive to your individual situation.  Certainly selling a home in the winter is possible, but in most cases, the spring months will yield the highest offers, for many reasons.

However, the spring months may not always be the best time to sell for everyone.  There are several reasons why selling a home during the fall and winter months may actually be a better time to sell than waiting until spring for certain people. Our realtors have years of experience to help time the sale of your home to get you the highest offer.

INSPECTION

 

Before putting your home on the market, it can be a good idea to have a professional home inspector perform an inspection on your home. Whether a buyer is purchasing their first home or their fifth, it’s extremely likely they will make their offer based on an acceptable home inspection. These are a couple of quick tips for sellers not to make when having an inspector inspect your home: refrain from researching the inspector, do not attend the inspection, avoid reading the inspection report, and do not prep your home prior to the house inspection. We want to make sure your house has the potential to be back on the market and get your house's monetary value so that you can be able to find a new home.

HOME STAGING

 

Getting the highest price for your home is the goal.  A well-staged home is aesthetically pleasing when everything looks inviting, comfortable, and simple. With staging, your home will sell faster.

The Association of Property Scene Designers states that staged homes sell for 43% more quickly than unstaged homes.

With open houses and buyers coming in and out of your home, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. If you don't stage before you list, you've lost time and money - the two things that are all but promised if you stage your home before listing it for sale.

When buyers walk into a home that has been properly staged, it gives them the feeling that they could really see themselves living in your home.

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