Sellers have enough to worry about in readying their home for market and planning their move to a new home. I will take over a huge number of tasks and details to make sure that your real estate property is properly evaluated, priced, marketed, negotiated and carried to closing.
CMA, Comparative Market Analysis
I help my clients to value their property through a thorough CMA reports using current listing price data and past sold comparable property sales. Real estate
A Marketing Plan That Works
I have perfected a marketing plan for every type of property in the market. Some things work better in some areas and price ranges than others. I will craft a unique plan for your property. real estate
I do the marketing and property valuation process well, and that means you will be seeing a buyer with a contract soon. I will be with you every step of the way in the contract price negotiations and will work to get you the top price possible with the fewest concessions. Real estate
Search Assistance to Understand The Market.
It’s important that I help you to search the MLS so you can learn about current similar homes in your area. Only by knowing the competition you can set a competitive price Real estate
Markets don’t just change monthly, they change daily in many instances. As new listings come on the market and others sell, the supply/demand ratio changes and your price may need to be adjusted. I provide you with regular market updates to keep you in the loop. real estate
Inspections & Repair Negotiations
The negotiations rarely end with the price. However, once the buyer completes their inspection and document examination processes, they often object to thinks discovered and request corrective action that involves expense to the seller. I am here to work with you every step of the way.
Contract to Closing process
There are more than 50 task, objectives and deliveries involved in taking a seller side transaction from contract through a successful closing. I am on top of all of them to make sure you leave the closing table with a check to move on with life.
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What It Means To Be in a Sellers’ Market
If you’ve given even a casual thought to selling your house in the near future, this is the time to really think seriously about making a move. Here’s why this season is the ultimate sellers’ market and the optimal time to make sure your house is available for buyers who are looking for homes to purchase.
The latest Existing Home Sales Report from The National Association of Realtors (NAR) shows the inventory of houses for sale is still astonishingly low, sitting at just a 2-month supply at the current sales pace.
Historically, a 6-month supply is necessary for a ‘normal’ or ‘neutral’ market in which there are enough homes available for active buyers (See graph below):
When the supply of houses for sale is as low as it is right now, it’s much harder for buyers to find homes to purchase. As a result, competition among purchasers rises and more bidding wars take place, making it essential for buyers to submit very attractive offers.
As this happens, home prices rise and sellers are in the best position to negotiate deals that meet their ideal terms. If you put your house on the market while so few homes are available to buy, it will likely get a lot of attention from hopeful buyers.
Today, there are many buyers who are ready, willing, and able to purchase a home. Low mortgage rates and a year filled with unique changes have prompted buyers to think differently about where they live – and they’re taking action. The supply of homes for sale is not keeping up with this high demand, making now the optimal time to sell your house.
Home prices are appreciating in today’s sellers’ market. Making your home available over the coming weeks will give you the most exposure to buyers who will actively compete against each other to purchase it.
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