The home selling process can be an emotional nightmare. We know this. Therefore, we’ve prepared a comprehensive strategy on how to help you navigate the twists and turns of selling a property.

1. Take time to choose the right agent. You’ll want to make sure that you choose an agent who you feel comfortable with, one who has a proven track record of selling lots of homes. We market for buyers all over the country who are relocating to our area. When you put your home on the market, we take those buyers and bring them to your house, marrying them into the perfect real estate transaction. That sounds simple, but most real estate agents will put your home on a whole bunch of websites to market it, meaning that they list your home before they find buyers. Before you even call us, we already have our buyer list put together so that when you do list, we’ll have buyers in mind already, allowing you to sell your home fast and for top dollar.

“A pre-inspection is a way of showing your buyers that your home has a clean bill of health.”
2. Get a pre-inspection. A pre-inspection is a way of showing your buyers that your home has a clean bill of health. Since a buyer will request an inspection anyway, getting one done before you list means you can preemptively make any repairs or upgrades. When they see your home in such good condition, they’ll feel more comfortable moving forward with the purchase of your home without having to do extra research and time-wasting activities. 


3. Keep in constant communication with your agent. With us, we’ll have a conversation with you every Friday to update you on how the process is going, how we’re marketing your home, what activity is upcoming, and what’s happened so far. That way, you’re in the loop and you can enjoy the process of selling your home.

If you’re interested in selling your home, we would love to talk with you and interview for the job, explaining our comprehensive process. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us—it is our goal to eliminate your stress during your real estate transition.