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Safety Tips For Selling a Vacant Home


 
If you’re listing a vacant home, there are certain safety tips you will need to follow.

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When selling a vacant home, following certain safety tips will be essential. Today, we’ll be sharing seven such tips: 

1. Set up a security system.

2. Install motion sensors and timed lighting. 

3. Ask a friend or neighbor to keep a car parked in your driveway. 

4. Have someone routinely pick up your mail.

5. Maintain your landscaping.

6. Keep blinds and curtains closed.

7. Check on the property after storms. 

Following these tips will help keep you and your asset protected during the listing process. 

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

5 Top Home Selling Tips


 
We’ve got plenty of tips for potential home sellers out there. Here are five of them.

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Are you in the process of getting your house ready to put on the market? If so, here are a few tips to help you:

1. Don’t overprice your home. Pricing is everything when marketing your home for sale. Even a well-priced home with a bad marketing plan will sell, but an overpriced home won’t.

2. Failing to make repairs. If the dog chewed something up or there are other minor damages that a buyer would spot immediately, get those fixed before you get the property listed and start taking pictures.

3. Neglecting to declutter your home. If you have a lot of personal items, boxes, or general clutter, that’s one of the first things a buyer will notice. As part of our services, we bring a professional stager out to our buyers’ properties to help declutter and stage the property.



Try not to turn down any showings, if possible.



4. Don’t turn down showings. To get your home sold quickly and for top dollar, it should be about when it’s most convenient for an agent to show your property, not the other way around.

5. Getting overly emotional about your home. Think of your home as a property or an asset than as your home. This shift in mindset will help you maximize the sale price.

If you have any questions for me or want to know why my performance outsells all those promises out there, give me a call or send me an email today. I look forward to hearing from you.

How Do Agents Earn Their Commission?


 
If you are wondering how an agent earns their commission, here is a rundown of everything we do for our clients.

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How do we agents earn our commission? There are six important ways: 

1. We identify and solve problems quickly by providing solutions to our clients.

2. We pre-qualify buyers. If I am your listing agent, it is my job to ask buyers the right questions so you can go under contract with one who is fully qualified and can close within the escrow period. 

3. We manage expectations. I need to manage expectations for my clients so they know what the process is like and we can work together to execute it properly.



My ultimate goal is to get them the most amount of money in the least amount of time.



4. We have communication skills. We have to communicate with both our clients and the public at large. We get paid to tell the truth, which is difficult sometimes because of market conditions we have no control over. Part of these communication skills also involves forecasting what’s to come in our market in the near future. 

5. We can find buyers for our seller clients. One of my favorite things to do in my job is prospect for buyers.

6. We can effectively and efficiently guide buyers and sellers through the whole home sale process. I have a full-service team working with me, and our whole goal is to prevent clients from waiting on me. Rather, my team should be waiting on them. 

When people hire me, my ultimate goal is to get them the most amount of money in the least amount of time. 

If you would like to know more about how I am able to accomplish this goal or you have any other real estate questions, please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to help you.