It does take a lot of work and it's not as easy as some might make it seem. Most owners that try to sell on their own eventually turn to a professional for help once they realize that it is hard work.
Should you need the assistance of a Realtor in the near future, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would be delighted to assist you with the sale of your home.
In the meantime, please go to my website http://www.realliving.com/JoseJames.Gomez On my site I offer home selling advice as well as tips and the home selling process in full detail.
Jose Gomez, Realtor
to some degree "sell" your home on the internet or at least get the Buyers interest to want to see your home. Your Realtor will also make sure that you price your home right, showing you the current competition in your market and what similar homes have recently sold and so many more advantages...
But having said that I understand you want to go the by owner way, do not forget that if a buyer wants to see your home, and they have committed to a Realtor, that Realtor will want your the seller's commitment that if this Agent's Buyers will make and offer and buy your home that you will pay a certain
% in commission to the Buyers Agent at the closing....
So it all depends really on the type of property, size, location and price range.
Price it well, prepare it well, may be some staging, moving around or moving out some furniture,
great photos, some painting etc. and then post it on For Sale By owner sites, and see what happens.
I still would suggest to connect with a good local Realtor, will make the sale and all its details
so much easier for you.
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Miami, FL 33133
2. A Realtor places the property for sale in the market at no initial cost to the Homeowner (using superior marketing resources) which otherwise can spend hundreds of dollars in advertising.
3. A Realtor may already have in hand a number of qualified prospects for the sale therefore saving the Homeowner time and money.
4. A Realtor can prevent that the Homeowner is taken advantaged of by prospect Buyers who often wish to negotiate and/or modified the terms and conditions originally established by the Homeowner.
5. A Realtor handles the entire process of the sale on behalf of the Homeowner from advertising, showing of the property, pre-qualification/verification of funds, drawing of the sales contract, assisting in inspections, title, walk-through to closing.
Please call me or email so that I can provide you with excellent service and fast RESULTS.
FSBO usually sell at 20% less than listed by a Realtor
FSBO don't last more than 3 weeks before they listed with a Realtor
FSBO don't have the experience and knowledge of Real Estate Market and norms
FSBO are the target of savvy investors that they work with Realtors
NAR (National Association of Realtors): "The typical FSBO home sold for $174,900 compared to $215,000 for agent-assisted home sales" in 2012
Hey, ask the CEO of forsalebyowner.com. He hired a Realtor to sell his own home on New York...
A Realtor is a professional; it is not a salesman.
I'll be happy to give you FREE Advice on how to sell your home.
Marco Torres, Miami Premier Realty
FSBO. ( For Sale By Owner)
Usually the sale price is 10% to 30% lower than what it could be sold by a realtor.
FSBO are usually harrahs by people who try to take advantage of you or try to find out a way to sue you and get some money back for the lack of knowledge.
FSBO is the perfect fish for Experience Real Estate Flippers.
FSBO are either selling over price or selling to low.
FSBO at the end hire an attorney that cost 1000 of dollars to close the deal. and they don't handle the marketing, showings and prospect buyer like a Realtor Will do.
Well you have many options and different ways to save 6% or more on the sale of your property.
Remember you don't know the sale price and how much you save until the closing date. Usually most of the FSBO don't save the Real Estate commision at the end.
The best way a Seller can Sell his home is for the highest value possible, to the most qualified Buyer possible, within the Least amount of time possible, with the least possible risk of loosing money or time in not knowing how to deal with the transaction little details. Your chances of achieving all of the above by yourself, are much lower than If you work with a Serious, Honest, Qualified and Experienced Realtor, like myself. Please call/ text me 305-205-8912, or email LeoMiamiHomes@gmail.com, so we can get started today, and save yourself a lot of hassle.
Remember those very true little sayings, do it right the first time so you do not need to do it twice, and a lot of times in life, for certain situations, the cheap ends up being very expensive.
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Leonardo da Motta (Leo),
Cell: (305) 205- 8912
Fax: (305) 471-0885