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What does it take to sell a home?

Many of you want it done right, for the most profit to you as possible, and in the shortest amount of time. 

I don’t want to just sell your home, that’s way is too easy. I want to help you make good real estate decisions and love the home selling process every step of the way.

My guiding principles: people first, integrity always, and live to give are at the heart of who I am and drives everything I do.

I have a proven formula for a successful sale that incorporates dozens of tools and resources to minimize the stress of selling while maximizing your profits.

For example:

  • My marketing plan goes the extra mile to make sure your home attracts as many buyers as possible AND the deal moves smoothly until closing.
  • A daily and weekly communications plan to ensure everyone knows who is doing what.
  • I use technology to get more done in less time and attract your most likely buyer right to us.

As a result, you will have a hassle-free sale that yields you the highest profits possible in the shortest amount of time.  

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The four phases of selling
 Your home

There's a lot to do to get your home sold, 188 to be exact.  But don't worry. I’ve organized all these to-dos into four distinct phases to get your home sold for the most profits to you, as quickly as possible and with minimal stress.  Here are a few things we work on in each phase.



prep your home

prepare 
marketing 
materials

go live on the market

under contract to closing

  • Initial walk through of home
  • List of updates needed, if any
  • Identify price range
  • Estimate net proceeds to the seller
  • Execute updates needed
  • Staging, if needed
  • Final clean

  • Professional photograph
  • Create virtual tour
  • What We’ll Miss Doc
  • Website post
  • Social media posts
  • Final pricing decision
  • Buyer brochure created
  • Listing goes live on the MLS
  • Listing syndicated to online search engines
  • Showings begin
  • Mid-weekend check-in
  • Open house(s)
  • Sunday debrief from weekend showings 
  • Weekly update provide to seller
  • Next steps conversation
  • Offer received 
  • Contract negotiations
  • Ratified purchase contract
  • Estimated net proceeds sheet updated with terms
  • Inspections
  • Appraisal 
  • Contingencies
  • Survey
  • Insurance and utilities
  • Buyer’s financing is funded
  • Closing

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