Choosing me will save you money. Bringing a buyer to the table generally means that you must first "bring them to the house." That is why I employ a combination of effective online and offline marketing strategies. While for some REALTORS®, one strategy fits all, I know from experience that buyers come from many sources. To be a truly effective property marketer you must appeal to all sources by using several marketing strategies at once. There are many marketing methods I employ that go well above and beyond the traditional posting to the MLS, hosting of an open house, placing of standard yard signs and creation of a general home flyer.
For sale by owners: only about 10% of sellers that decide to do FSBO are successful at it. And not all of them end up saving themselves money. FSBO sellers often end up accepting a lower price for their home than they would with an agent. Click here to learn how I can help you sell your home faster and at a higher price. The Percentage of homes selling as FSBO has decreased from 19% to 9% in the last 20 years. of all buyers purchased their home through a Real Estate Agent. 90% of all buyers search online during their home buying process.
I have professional marketing strategies. 67% of home buyers come from outside the state. This is an impossible market to penetrate using only a yard sign and local advertising. My online property marketing strategies are extremely aggressive. Experience has taught me the significance of internet marketing and the value of distributing your property. By collaborating with many diverse listing portals, from Google Base to Realtor.com, to Trulia and Zillow, your property's reach is increased and will be seen not only by local buyers but, those from out of town too. This ensures that your property receives maximum exposure and is likely to sell quicker and at a higher dollar value.
A professional home inspection protects both you and the buyer. It also allows both of you and the buyer the opportunity to learn about the property’s defects. A home inspection usually covers all of the following: Plumbing conditions, Roofing conditions, Electrical conditions and Structural problems. As a seller, the home inspection reports protect you because it establishes the actual condition of the property at the time of sale.