Getting your home ready to sell.
You’ll walk through your home with your agent. Make note of anything that needs to be updated or fixed. (Pipes, cracked windows, etc.) Your agent can help you decide which repairs and updates will help your home appeal to buyers through proper staging and selling of your home for the price you desire. You want to weigh the costs and benefits of the repairs and remodels you do. For example, remodeling the kitchen might make more sense than remodeling the bathroom. Your agent can help you decide what will be worth the cost.
For homebuyers searching online, your pictures will be the first thing they see. Make sure you’re taking high quality photos. It may be worth it to invest in professional photographs.
Price your home correctly.
Setting the price when selling your home is a huge factor in how well the process goes. Get an idea for how much your home might be worth now with our home value estimator. Your agent will will prepare a detailed Comparitive Market Analysis using the most current market data available. From there, you and your agent can develop a pricing strategy.
List your home.
What time of the year are you listing your home? How quickly are you looking to sell it? Spring and summer are the best times to list a home, but your agent can help you pick a date that suits you best.
Did you know we can also help you with the purchasing of your next home? While you are listing your home on the market you will be looking for a new place to live. We can also help you find a rental home if that is what you need. Let our agents help you find what you are looking for.
Show it off!
Your real estate agent will show your home off to potential buyers. You can sit back and relax knowing your Aborn real estate agent is doing their best to find the right buyer for your home at the right price.
Your agent will help you review and select the best offers, or decide to make a counteroffer to make sure you get the best price possible. If you do need to negotiate with a buyer, your agent will be your negotiator.
You’ll work with your agent, lender, and the escrow or title company to transfer ownership of your home to the buyer. Once you’ve gotten your money, it’s time to celebrate! Congratulations on selling your home!