Agent & Price
SELECT AN AGENT AND PRICE
BEFORE YOU MAKE THE DECISION TO TRY TO SELL YOURHOME ALONE, CONSIDER THE BENEFITS A REALTOR® CANPROVIDE THAT YOU MAY NOT BE AWARE OF:
- A Realtor® understands market conditions and has access to information not available to the average homeowner
- A Realtor® can advertise effectively for the best results
- A Realtor® know how to price your home realistically, to give you the highest price possible within your time frame
- A Realtor® is experienced in creating demand for homes and how to show them to advantage.
- A Realtor® knows how to screen potential buyers and eliminate those who can’t qualify or are looking for bargain-basement prices
- A Realtor® knows how to go to-to-toe in negotiations
- A Realtor® is always “on-call”, answering the phone at all hours, and showing homes evenings and weekends.
- A Realtor® can remain objective when presenting offers and counter-offers on your behalf
- A Realtor® maintains errors-and-omissions insurance
- A Realtor® will listing to your needs, respect your opinions and allow you to make your own decisions
- A Realtor® can help protect your rights, particularly important with the increasingly complicated real estate laws and regulations
- A Realtor® is experienced with resolving problems to ensure a successful closing on your home.
ONLY YOU CAN DETERMINE WHETHER YOU SHOULDATTEMPT TO SELL YOUR HOME—PROBABLY YOUR LARGESTINVESTMENT—ALL ALONE. TALK WITH A REALTOR® BEFOREYOU DECIDE. YOU MAY FIND WORKING WITH APROFESSIONAL IS A LOT LESS EXPENSIVE AND MUCHMORE BENEFICIAL THAN YOU EVER IMAGINED!
What Is Your Property Worth?
Determining the right listing price is a critical element in achieving positive results. By utilizing OUR local market expertise, we will provide you with enough data and information to help us determine an effective pricing strategy you will be confident in.
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Pricing your property properly when first listed can help you get a higher percentage of your list price and sell it in half the time. The majority of showings occur when a house is first placed on the market. If you price too high when you put it on the market, you run the risk of incurring higher holding costs and ultimately getting less for your property.