However if this was to the community, like the previous comments said, you should hire a Realtor who will manage the whole process for you. I would be happy to be interviewed by you.
720 226 4168
A Realtor belongs to a local board of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
A real estate agent does not.
Realtors are governed by a strict code of ethics.
I partner with my wife. So, we are a husband and wife real estate team. We have been helping buyers and sellers for 12 years in the Denver Metro area.
We would appreciate the opportunity to sit down and talk to you about listing your home.
Our motto "Respecting You"
If your question is: how do I list a home on Trulia.com myself? The answer is that you cannot. Your Realtor can. Soâ€¦for so many reasons â€“ as detailed by several Realtors in answer to your question â€“ contact one of more of the Realtors who have responded to you here. Interview them and engage one of them to list your house for sale.
Selling houses is something professionals do better, quicker and with more satisfying results than amateurs do.
Keller Williams Advantage Realty
Direct Line: 303-578-0741
Good luck to you and feel free to call with any questions.
Amie Morozs- realtor
Do you have a Realtor? If so, they'll take care of all of this for you. If not, you should seriously consider getting one. Listing a home is just one of many things that have to happen to sell your home for the most money in the least amount of time.
Real Estate contracts are legally binding and can have significant legal and financial consequences for all parties. Your interests would likely be better served having professional representation in any matter of this significance.
I am available to discuss the process of listing your home with a Realtor, without obligation on your part. If your interested, call or email me at the contact info below.
Best of luck.
HomeSmart Realty Group
If you are interested in listing with a Realtor, I would be happy to sit down with and discuss some options.
Have a great day!
Samantha Staples, CNE
Keller Williams Denver Central
I am always happy to help.
Velocity Real Estate & Investments, Inc.
Search the MLS system 24/7 at http://www.velocityrei.com
Interview three (3) brokers: I usually suggest interviewing three brokers to ascertain a comfort level and to whom you will feel more comfortable with. The reality is selling a home is a partnership and both parties need to have a good working relationship as the process is complex and time-consuming. Thus you want to feel comfortable as you would in a business partnership.
Finding the Brokers: Look around your neighborhood and see which brokers have signs. Visit some open-houses, ask friends for referrals, use this board. There are thousands of brokers in Metro Denver. However you should consider one that is 1) familiar with your neighborhood, 2) have a track record of successful sales and closings, 3) can provide guidance and finally with whom you feel comfortable working with.
The Working Relationship: To be honest I view the working relationship as a two-way street. Not only do you have to feel comfortable and confident with the broker, the broker must feel comfortable as well to insure success. Personally I have turned away and/or referred potential clients when I knew our working relationship may be challenged of expectations on either side were not realistic. Remember your relationship will most likely endure at minimum a few months.
Broker Background: Most brokers have access to the same Multilist http://(www.REColorado.com) services and marketing options. It is best when interviewing a potential broker to ask questions including their marketing strategies, values in the neighborhood and so forth. Again this is a multi-month process and one that should not be taken lightly.
Commission: Brokers are paid on commission and as in most transactions I truly believe you get what you pay for. I for one rarely discount my commission as I am full-service and offer my clients 110% of my time and effort. However a discount or limited service brokerage may be better suited for your situation, thus again interview multiple brokers. Of note commissions are usually paid at closing thus if a broker asks for up-front $$ or similar, be skeptical, just one brokers opinion.
The selling and buying of a home can be stressful. It is important you consider the working relationship as paramount. Anyone can provide a Competitive Market Analysis and updates, however it is best you choose a broker and/or team you will feel most comfortable with for your transaction.
If you have an attorney or accountant? Consider contacting them to assist with advice. Upon the sale do you plan to move-up or down concerning residence, possibly rental? Do you understand the tax implications of a sale? While a broker may be able to advise, in such situations legal and financial adviser may offer an added benefit.
Good luck and wishing you the best of success.
Kentwood City Properties
Seriously, there are a lot of facets to selling your home and it's our job to make it as painless and profitable for you as possible. By far most sellers consider the cost to be money very well spent.
Feel free to give us a call if you'd like some help or just an overview of the process...
Tony & Karen