Selling a house typically includes many of the following elements: 

Initial Consultation

  • Determine your needs and priorities
  • Review "agency" choices and select appropriate working realationship
  • Discuss Marketing plan
  • Establish Pricing strategy

Design and Implement Marketing Plan

  • Complete home enhancement recommendations
  • Carry out scheduled marketing activities
  • Show the property to brokers and prospective buyers
  • Communicate with you on a regular basis
  • Monitor results of marketing activities
  • Modify Marketing Plan and Pricing Strategy as necessary

Review Offer and Reach Agreement with Buyer

  • Buyer's Real Estate Professional presents offer
  • Discuss and clarify proposed terms and conditions
  • Negotiation; possible coutneroffers
  • Reach final agreement

Complete Settlement Process (per purchase contract)

  • Deposit of buyer's earnest money
  • Sign documents
  • Title search, preliminary title report to buyer
  • Inspections
  • Removal of remaining contingencies
  • Buyer's final walk-through of property
  • Loan funding/blance of funds from buyer
  • Recording of title
  • Relocation of seller; possession of property by buyer

After/during sale Service

  • Help you find your next home
  • Assist you with relocation
  • Provide resources for other after-sale homeowner needs

Don't worry, I will be your resource and guide you every step of the way.  A comparable market analysis will give you an idea of the value of your home.  Give me a call or send me an e-mail so we can get together to discuss the market analysis of your home.  We can go over in detail how to price your property to sell and a marketing strategy that's right for you and your family. 

Probably the most important reason to sell is so you can get on with your life. You want to place your home on the market for a reason. Do not allow a less-than-stellar housing market prevent you from reaching your goals as an individual or as a family. Think about the reasons you decided to move in the first place. Are these reasons still important to you? If you have to take less than you were originally hoping to get for your house, your family has a question to ask each other: Is the dollar difference in sales price worth putting off our plans? Only you and your family know the answer to that question.

Karen Davis

Karen Davis

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