Then, I research the comps and prepare a Comparative Market Analysis of your home. I come back for a second appt and present my findings (and answer any questions). And we go from there.
The best process to finding the right Realtor is to ask for a personal recommendation (if you know someone who is a Realtor or knows a good Realtor, that is a good place to start. If you don't have a recommendation, go with your gut. You should interview 3 potential Agents if at all possible.
My cell number is 312.375.9706 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Let me know if you or your wife have further questions.
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I like to meet with my clients prior to the home being listed. I tour the home with the seller(s) and offer advice on how to stage the home, fix and/or repair items to the home. Cary, it has been such an active market since January. Homes which are in a good location, are "move in ready", look the best and priced to sell, have been going under contract within 3-5 days of the home coming on the market with mulItiple offers.
The buyer is more apt to take interest in your home if it is presented in an orderly and somewhat stylized fashion. Think of selling your home as being on an interview. The goal is to neutralize the home.
It is quite common for home buyers to make a decision about a home within seconds of viewing.
So give them plenty of reasons to pick your home!
Please feel free to call me for a MArket Analysis. (847) 681-4143. ~Pam
Finding a Realtor is easy and difficult. Your home is a major asset. Trusting the advice of somebody because they talk a good game is a little scary. Talk with a few agents to understand what they bring to the table. Do they communicate the way you want? Are they a good fit for your personality? Some clients prefer to be told what to do. Others want to be educated.
Selfishly, you could start by looking at the profiles of the contributors on this board. See if any of them look like they would be a good fit for you. I'm pretty good, but maybe you like someone with a different focus. Send one or two emails to strike up a conversation. They may not know your specific market enough to list your property, but the would be a good source to point you in the right direction.
Broker Baird & Warner
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They might, also, tell you that replacing the shag carpet in the rec-room isn't necessary, or that remodelling the half bath is a waste of money.