In order to be as successful as possible selling your home, your relationship with your listing agent must be one based on trust, cooperation, and respect.
Some of the more important issues your listing agent will help you with are:
Assess your needs such as why you are selling and when you would like to close by.
Assess the condition, location and layout of your home in relation to other, competing homes and compared with other, similar homes that have recently sold in your neighborhood.
Identify and prioritize pre-marketing improvements in your home.
Work with you to set the most appropriate pricing strategy for your property and your situation in order to attract the most qualified buyers to your property.
Where and when to advertise in order to expose your property to the most targeted buyers for your property.
Ensure the security of your home by pre-screening and accompanying qualified prospects through your home.
When and how often to hold open houses.
Qualify buyers to determine if they have the ability to buy your home or whether your home fits the criteria they are looking for.
Receive and convey offers and help you negotiate the best price and terms for you.
Negotiate, often times among multiple parties, the best offer for you in both price and terms.
Manage multiple parties and personalities in order to bring timely, stress-free closure to your sale.
List your property with a Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty real estate professional. Select someone who’s knowledgeable, who listens carefully to identify your needs, and with whom you feel comfortable.
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