Marketing Your Home
So you’ve decided to begin the exciting process of preparing your property for sale and creating a complete marketing and sales plan to meet the needs of your real estate listing. It is important to keep in mind that selling real estate is a complicated process. We will be working hard to market your property both to other real estate professionals and to consumers, attract interested and qualified buyers, and negotiate the final transaction. Throughout this process, we will need to work as a team to make sure your needs and desires are met.
The home marketing pieces we create attract buyers to your home and remind them of the reasons they want to come back for a second showing. Your property will have it’s own dedicated featured listings pages which would include: Professional photography, home brochures, professional virtual home tour and direct marketing pieces.
Since all real estate transactions are unique, you will mostly have questions or concerns about the process. We are here to help guide you and make your real estate transaction is as smooth as possible and ensure your home will sell for top dollar.
Setting Your Home’s
Setting an appropriate listing price is often times the difference between getting your property sold, and having it linger on the market, and eventually not sell. In fact, according to the National Association of REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers 2014, the median purchase price of all properties sold in the United States is within 98% of the seller’s asking price. When it comes to wondering how much you can get for your home, the key factor is not what you paid or owe on it, but what another person will pay for your house in the current market.If we set a listing price that is too high, we will lack in interested buyers. If we set a listing price that is too low, we will shortchange your home. Below is a chart that can help you explore the financial impact of various listing prices.