The Home Selling Process

The Real Estate process is so much more than putting up a “For Sale” sign and hoping that someone comes and purchasers your home. People may not sell for 8-10 years, therefore, the process is not always fresh in their minds. It is the responsibility of realtors to help you through each step of the buying and selling process. Step one is to meet with clients and find out what their real estate goals are.  Why are you moving? When do you need to move by? Where would you like to move to? Secondly, it is to direct clients to their bank or mortgage broker to confirm that it makes sense financially for them to purchase and or sell.

Meet with you to discuss your real estate goals – Does it make sense to sell?

Walk through your Home – With the Eyes of a Buyer

Market Analysis We will have prepared and brought with me an in-depth market analysis which is a report on your home’s current value. It is a detailed report that examines sale prices of similar properties in your area. During our meeting your report may need to be adjusted due to home renovations and upgrades in your home.  The market is continually changing and a market evaluation is one of the most important steps in the selling process.

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We will work with you every step of the way throughout the process. The first step in the process is to meet with you and discuss your real estate goals and what is important to you. 

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