Even in a sellers market, there's added opportunity.

There are no two identical homes, we use comparables to get a baseline but consider some of your homes unique features to help assess the best selling price.

Once you have prepared your home for sale, lets get your listing noticed by potential buyers and investors and maximize the selling price! 

This is the time to tidy up, pack away personal items and get those lurking repairs taken care of. 

We will help ensure you are fully ready to maximize your sales. 

Maximizing your sale price

A few of our favorite tips

Whether a buyer's or seller's market, there is always the opportunity to be in the driver's seat of your sale, and it starts by creating interest and demand for your home.

Quality Photos

Say more than 100 words!

Great pictures say 'picture yourself here!' 

The right photos speak volumes about your home and can make the listing more desirable.

Staging your home

Everything in the best place

Staging maximizes your home's features, highlights the benefits, maximizes the potential ...and the price buyers will pay! Staging provides a great return on investment and gives you great ideas for styling your next home.

Marketing your home

Anywhere + Everywhere

Marketing where your buyers are; online, whether MLS and on social media and digital marketing, or offline with brochures, signs and open houses, whatever it takes to find your buyers.

You know your home best, feel free to share your listing with your friends as well.

Get ready to list your home

Certainly! Selling a home can be a big step, but with the right approach, it can be a smooth process. Here are some tips to help you get your home ready to sell:

1. Curb Appeal Matters: First impressions count (and people can be critical)! Keep your front yard tidy, add some potted plants, and consider a fresh coat of paint for the front door to make your home inviting.

2. Declutter and Depersonalize: Potential buyers want to envision themselves in your home. Clear out personal items and excessive clutter. A clean, neutral space allows them to imagine their own belongings in the space.

3. Minor Repairs: Fix leaky faucets, replace burnt-out light bulbs, and address any small issues. These minor repairs can make your home seem well-maintained and give buyers confidence.

4. Highlight Key Features: Showcase the unique and appealing aspects of your home. Whether it’s a stunning fireplace or a spacious kitchen, make sure potential buyers notice these standout features.

5. Create a Welcoming Atmosphere: During showings, open curtains, let in natural light, and play soft background music. A welcoming atmosphere can help potential buyers feel more comfortable.

6. Provide Information: Create a folder with important information about your home, such as utility bills, property taxes, and recent renovations. This can be a helpful resource for interested buyers.

Remember, each housing market can vary, so adapt these tips to your specific situation. By following these casual yet informative tips, you’ll be better prepared to successfully sell your home.

The price is right...

Once we have completed our extensive review of your home, you will receive a comprehensive report including a detailed evaluation of your property, giving you an in-depth understanding of your home’s current market value and where we think your home would best sell at.

We do our research! 

Our team conducts thorough research by examining important features of the home, the community, historical data/ past sales and market demand other details to determine the true value of your home.

From years of experience, we can identify unique features that set your home apart, allowing us to provide an accurate and personalized property valuation.

Set the Right Price: 

Research comparable homes in your area to determine a competitive and realistic selling price. Overpricing can turn buyers away, while underpricing might not give you the value you deserve.

Be Flexible with Showings: 

Try to accommodate potential buyers’ schedules for showings. The more accessible your home is, the more likely you are to attract serious buyers.

Negotiate Wisely: 

Be prepared for negotiations. Understand your bottom line and be willing to compromise on certain points to reach a fair deal with the buyer.

Patience is Key: 

Selling a home can take time, depending on market conditions. Stay patient and maintain a positive attitude throughout the process.

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