1. Get your finances in order:
> Knowing how much you may owe on your home and how that impacts your future purchase is important.
2. Let’s talk:
> We will have a personalized consultation of your needs and what today’s market says about your home. We will discuss a fair price for your home based on the comparables properties in your area. Having your home listed at fair market value will help get the word out to potential buyers.
3. Listing the home - Listing Agreement:
> Once we have discussed all the details of this transition we will sign a Listing Agreement. This legal document allows a Realtor to share your home listing with the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). This is the best tool to reach the most buyers for your home.
4. Marketing your home:
> We live in a very different world than we did even 10 years ago. Using up to date marketing techniques for your home will put it a step above. Buyer’s have become accustomed to quick access to information online. So have a full detailed package, including HD photos & video, floorplans, virtual tours etc. Showcases all the best features about your home that you fell in love will, and the next buyer will too.
> I consider staging to be one of, if not the most important step when listing your home. Interacting with many buyers in my career, it is a night and day difference that the staging makes on the way a buyer feels first coming through the home.