Our agents understand that selling a home can be an emotional journey, so they will be by your side every step of the way. They find joy in helping their clients move their lives forward by being obsessively dedicated to their profession and sweating even the smallest of details.
First impressions are key when selling, so it’s
important to put in the time to make sure
your home is in top condition. Fresh paint,
clean closets, flowers; there’s a lot you can do
to make even the humblest of homes look
like a million bucks.
Pricing a home is hands-down the most
important aspect in getting the highest
return in the least amount of time. Many
considerations go into setting the price,
including the condition and location of your
home, recent nearby sales, and similar homes
that are currently for sale. These will all factor
into the Competitive Market Analysis (CMA)
that our agents can provide to determine the
optimal sales price for your home.
We will create a plan to market your home to
the most potential buyers using a variety of
tools, such as digital marketing, advertising,
direct mail, and open houses.
While they can be inconvenient, home
showings are a necessary part of selling.
When your home is on the market it has the
potential to be shown at any time, so it's
important to maintain a certain level of
cleanliness. During home showings, we recommend stepping out to give potential buyers privacy while viewing your home.
When a buyer is interested in purchasing
your home, their real estate agent will draw
up an offer which is presented to you by your
agent. In addition to any legal requirements,
the offer specifies things such as the price,
earnest money, closing terms, contingencies,
and other conditions of the purchase.
One of our agents’ most important
responsibilities is to be an advocate for their
clients. This includes negotiating on the
clients’ behalf on things such as the price,
repair costs, timelines, and contingencies in
order to get the best terms possible.
This is the legal contract a buyer and seller
enter into once the buyer’s offer has been
accepted by the seller. It outlines the terms
and conditions of the sale and is signed by
Once the Purchase and Sale Agreement is
signed by the buyer and seller, a home
inspector is hired to examine the home’s
health, safety, and major mechanical systems.
If any issues arise from an inspection, the
buyer may be able to renegotiate their offer.
Once the offer is accepted and a closing date
agreed upon, escrow allows the buyer and
the seller to have an outside party ensure all
parts of the contract are complete.
At closing, all the paperwork is signed by the
buyer and seller, both parties pay any
settlement fees, and the documents are
officially recorded. Prior to closing, you'll
receive a settlement statement outlining any
fees which may apply to you.