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At Darling Medranda Real Estate, we know that selling your house is a big step. You might feel overwhelmed or burdened by everything involved in selling your house.
If you're either thinking about selling or already made the decision to sell your house, but you still have questions or concerns regarding the process, price or anything else - let me tell you:
You're in the right place.
Over the last 10 years I have sold many homes and now I am sharing exactly how so you can sell your home too. This free Savvy Seller Guide is giving you the exact step by step blueprint on everything you need so you can get clarity on everything A-Z and guide to you make the best decision in selling your home for top dollar.
You will learn about timelines, marketing your home, pricing your home, digital marketing, negotiations, and so much more.
Take a look around and let us know how we can help you.
Darling Medranda | Lic. Real Estate Salesperson
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Enjoy the latest & most up-to-date marketing & sales tactics to sell your home fast, for top dollar.
Nervous About Selling With Limited Inventory?
"New construction communities can be a solution to finding your replacement home."
New construction happens in several different phases
Selling your home doesn't mean that you will be homeless
Ensuring You Get A Replacement Property
"Thinking about selling your home but will end up homeless?"
What you should expect when selling your home
How to protect yourself when your simultaneously buying and selling
"Contingent offers are much less likely to be accepted."
Rentback gets you the money you need to buy your next home
Experts are needed to correctly negotiate a rentback solution with your buyers
Nervous About Selling?
"The agent you use needs to know which strategy will work best for you."
There is no one size fits all strategy
Negotiation will be key in selling you home and buying the next one
"How do you determine what your house is worth?"
Pricing your home right
Factors to consider are size, condition, location, marketing, and negotiating
Underpricing and overpricing your home will cause you to lose money
"Key things to think about besides that offer price when you find reviewing multiple offers."
The Closing Date
Type Of Loan
What to Disclose?
To disclose or not to disclose
This is vital to ensure that you are safe during and after the sale
Over-disclosure is better than under-disclosure
"How do you know if you should accept the offer you just got?"
What if you don't receive the amount of offers you were hoping for?
What happens if we have more than one offer?
Is it a Good Time to Sell?
"Are we heading into a recession and is now a good time to buy and sell?"
If you're fearful of selling due to a recession, you may want to think again
Remember, it's all relative
"How to negotiate like a master to make sure you get the most out of your home?"
How to get top dollar when selling
Walking away with the most amount of money in your pocket
"Should you get inspections done prior to listing my home?"
The advantages of having inspections done prior to listing
Saves you time and money
How to make a good first impression
How to get maximum exposure and top dollar
There are simple tricks that can save you money and maximize the return on your investment at the same time
Should I Take the First Offer?
NO NO NO!
The goal is for your home to be seen by the masses
Then, to get the highest and best price and terms for your home
What Are Contingencies?
"When a buyer has made an offer on a home and the seller has accepted it but the final sale is contingent on certain criteria being met."
This criteria, or contingencies, typically fall under four major categories: appraisal, loan approval, inspections and reports & disclosures
"Now we're in contract prior to contingencies being removed. Now we're in business."
The buyer now will secure their loan, have their inspections on the property, and review all of the reports and disclosures