You have identified a VERY EFFECTIVE resource for getting a home sold quickly.
However, it is critical this incentive is not structured as a 'Bonus.' These bonuses are the first things sacrificed at the negotiations table.
There are key components required for any successful marketing strategy including the sale of real estate. It is true, the method most real estate professional would use to deploy such a strategy would be a complete waste of time, thought, ink and space.
Real estate folks are people too...although some raise suspicion. They respond to EXACTLY the same promotional messages as everyone else. We however, incorrectly, believe ourselves to be 'special.'
It is true the home MUST meet the requirements of the buyer. To suggest a professional has no additional influence would truly identify a very ineffectual professional.
Do it the right way, and your home will be sold with the exact outcome an informed seller can expect.
Be aware, if you are selling this home yourself, which appears to be your intention, THERE IS ZERO hope this will make a hill of beans difference in the outcome. You do not know how to structure the deal to make it work beneficially for a professional to be persuaded by the offer. A real estate professional, who has experience with projection marketiong willl know how and possess the resources. to achieve a quick sale AND know what is legal in your state.
No, I won't share the details. That requires a signed listing agreement or consulting fee..
Best of success in the sale of your OR home.
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group, Palm Harbor, FL