tHE 5 p's for selling success...

GET MAXIMUM MONEY WITH MINIMAL HEADACHE

 

1. PLAN

Successful home selling has become a more complex business than it used to be. There are many steps and details to ensure the best possible price with the least amount of hassle and aggravation. This requires a solid plan, powerful systems and proven results to help you achieve your goals. Getting the most out of the sale of your home requires the moving pieces all working together. 

 

2. PROFESSIONAL HELP

Not all real estate agents are the same. An average, or typical real estate agent can cost you thousands. Choose a winning team of brokers: full-time professionals who are expert advisors, great listeners who frequently communicate with you and strong negotiators who oversee transactional details. Perhaps the most important element is a team that has a WINNING approach to marketing and results.

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3. PREPARATION

Houses that are clean, uncluttered and in good condition sell faster and for more money. Similarly, curb appeal that has a fresh inviting look brings more people through the front door. However, sometimes homeowners spend needless time, energy and money on things that do not benefit the sale. What is a priority, and what's not? Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation. 

 

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4. PROMOTION

This is how your property presents itself to the world. To maximize your results you need high octane, effective marketing. Everything from amazing photography and virtual tours to an impressive web presence. Even details like which card stock flyers are printed on -- these all make a difference. Studies show that effective marketing brings more offers, stronger offers and higher sales prices.

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5. PRICE

No matter how good the condition of the home or the marketing, the price needs to be strategically set with the true market value in mind. Overprice and you will lose the "freshness" and excitement of buyers. That means you can lose money by having to lower your price below what it could have sold for. Obviously, under-pricing can hurt you as well.  Accurate valuations and pricing gets the most money in your pocket.