Even if this isn’t your first time selling a house, it wouldn’t hurt to know that you’ve got everything covered before putting your house up for sale. The more you prepare, the less opportunity there will be for bumps along the way. Don’t worry, I’m going to help you every step of the way. I want your experience to be as easy as possible and memorable in a good way. A good starting point is for me to provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis of your property. Contact me for a no-obligation Market Analysis of your house.
It’s best to hire an agent who belongs to the National Association of Realtors, so you can be sure that she is bound by a Code of Ethics. Don’t be afraid to interview a few Realtors. I've prepared 10 Questions to Ask Potential Realtors to help you grill them before you hire the right one.
Your house-selling homework just got easier. I’ve put together a handy list to show you what you can expect when considering selling your house. It’s like a cheat sheet. The process can be complicated if your agent isn’t organized and well established. These steps will help you understand the main steps, so you can prepare. Simplifying the process for you is kinda my thing.
With so many reasons for selling a house, maybe your timeline has some wiggle room and time for more planning. If you don’t feel ready to put your house up for sale quite yet, don’t worry. Now is a great time to start interviewing agents (e’hem.. don’t forget to call me!) to see who is a good fit for you. Just let them know that you are not quite ready, and if they’re good, they’ll help you prepare. Keep reading for out my preparation tips for selling your house.
The process of buying a home can be a full-time job, so hiring a Realtor to do the heavy lifting for you can really be a huge benefit. Realtors have access to resources the public does not, so they can help you get the best price for your house in the least amount of time. When getting started, it’s best to find an agent who belongs to the National Association of Realtors and bound by a Code of Ethics.