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Sellers: Before You Start The Sales Process

Sellers: Before You Start The Sales Process

Sellers: Choose Your Realtor, then Empower them
Empower Your Realtor - There's a lot that you as a homeowner can do to help your Realtor sell your home successfully. Sometimes, homeowners sabotage their Realtor's effects unintentionally. Remember that although you may have lived in the house for years, a professional agent is in a better position to emphasize your home's strong points and minimize its challenges. Learn about the three most important things you as a homeowner can do to increase your home's chances of selling quickly and for top dollar. These items don't cost much money and can reap you thousands of dollars on the sale of your home.


Sellers: Utilize The Realtors Skills
Services from Your Realtor - A good Realtor is a trusted partner in the home sales process. This may be only the first or second time that you've sold a property. An experienced Realtor has sold hundreds, if not thousands, of properties. Be sure to make use of his or her knowledge to help the sales process to go smoothly and to make sure that you get the price your home deserves. Listen to this short video to see some of the many ways a Realtor can assist you in selling your home.


Prepare Your Home To Be Shown and Sold
Prepare Your Home to Sell -There are so many inexpensive things that you can do to make your home look its best before you put it on the market. Of course, you'll want to clean your house well before you start showing it to potential buyers, but things like a new coat of (neutral-colored) paint, new cabinet hardware and carpet cleaning will more than pay for themselves come closing time. Get ideas for preparing your home for the market by listening to this short video.


Start With The Correct Price To Sell
Setting the Correct Price for Your Home to Sell -One of the first things a potential buyer sees about your house is the price. This one number usually determines whether he or she will even bother to drive by the outside of your residence, let alone view the interior. Making sure that your house is priced competitively is essential to marketing your home successfully. Find out why setting a price in line with market factors is so important by watching this short video.


How To Obtain The Highest Price For Your Home
Obtaining the Highest Price for Your Home -Four factors help to determine whether you'll get the highest price for your home. Yes, location is one of them, but it's not the only consideration. Granted, you can't move your home to a more desirable location before you put it on the market, but there ARE things you can do to help you get the best price possible. Watch this short video to learn about the other three factors that will help you maximize your home's price potential.


What Happens If Your Home Is Overpriced?
Overpricing Your Home -Setting an asking price that's over what comparable homes in your neighborhood are selling for can – and usually does – backfire. Instead of getting top dollar, most overpriced homes sit on the market for months (in some cases years), and end up selling for far less than if they'd been priced at market value from the outset. Learn more about why this is true by watching this short video.

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Jenny & Randy Thomas
Keller Williams Realty; Team Thomas, REALTORS
2925 E Battlefield, Suite 111
Springfield MO 65804
Phone: 417-501-9988
Fax: 417-447-9853

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