Real Estate is a complex. As a Seller's Agent, putting the sign in the yard is the least of what we do. We work with clients to determine the appropriate sales price based on the current market. Ensure that the appropriate paperwork is completed in a timely manner. We offer staging suggestions and schedule a photography layout that help your property stand out. A selling strategy is then put into place including placing your property on multiple listing sites, creating a social media campaign, and hosting an open house or reveal to gain maximum exposure. As interest in your property is expressed, we negotiate the best possible price and terms for your property. Once terms are agreed upon, we maintain communication with the appropriate parties arranging inspections, appraisals and other providers as needed to ensure a smooth transition.
Traditionally, all agents involved in a real estate transaction legally represent the Seller. When a Buyer’s Agent is involved, the person buying the property is represented by the “Buyer’s Agent.” This type of agent agrees to exclusively represent the best interest of the buyer, usually under a formal contract. Thoroughly understanding your needs and desires is key to finding the property that best represents what you’re looking for. Pre-qualification of funds is critical in the beginning of the process, and based on your situation, we can recommend lenders who work with clients with your specific needs. Based on your goals and budget, a buyer profile is established, and using every resource available, the search begins. Once a property is located that meets your goals, we negotiate, on your behalf to achieve the best possible price and terms. The minute terms are agreed upon, we maintain communication with the appropriate parties arranging inspections, appraisals and other providers as needed to ensure a smooth transition.
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