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Seller Concierge

1. Preparation

The process of selling a home has become more complex. The first step is to be prepared emotionally and financially for the road ahead.

2. Find an Agent

A local professional that knows the area can walk you through all the details of the process. You will have to deal with financing, pricing, negotiating, and marketing among other things. A real estate professional is used to doing this every day and you can take of advantage of their expertise.

3. Pricing Your Home

Your agent can help you find the appropriate listing price for your home. Several factors need to be taken into consideration such as the local market and interest rates. A local agent who is familiar with the area will know what similar properties have been selling for and can give you a good idea of what is the market price of your property.

4. Marketing your Home

It is important to market your home for maximum exposure. The goal here is to make sure many people find out about your property. Your agent can leverage their list of contacts and list of buyers, as well as use technology to achieve greater exposure. A marketing plan will be put in place that takes into account new social media strategies as well as traditional marketing techniques.

5. Receiving Offers and Negotiating

When you receive an offer for your home, your agent will help you negotiate to achieve the best possible scenario. You may receive multiple offers for your home and you will have to choose the best one. However, there are many variables with each offer, and sometimes it is not easy to tell what the best offer is. An experience agent who has seen many of these offers in the past can help you with this process.

6. Closing the Transaction

After selecting the best offer on the table, now you have to move ahead and close the transaction. You don’t want any last minute issues to come up and present delays. Having an agent that is systematic about the process can prevent that from happening.

7. Plan to Move

Don’t leave everything for the last minute. There are many things that you can start doing early so that when your house is sold you are ready to move out.