Selling your home is easy as…
Discuss and review location, condition, CMA (comparative market analysis), and Howard Hanna’s marketing tools to develop a strategy for pricing and marketing your home.
Organize your finances and personal effects. Address household odors, clutter, dated décor and minor repairs. Prepare to stage your home outside and in! Schedule photographer.
Price and strategy have been determined, your home has been staged, it is time to list and Go Live! Your home is entered in the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), immediately uploaded to all real estate websites, the marketing plan is implemented, and the “For Sale” sign is placed in your front yard.
Open and show your home to buyers. Review and negotiate offers, address contingencies, and move to closing.
call John to schedule an Interview!
USE A COMPARATIVE MARKET ANLAYSIS TO ESTABLISH A LISTING PRICE RANGE
MAXIMUM MARKET EXPOSURE
DEVELOP A STRONG MARKETING PLAN UTILIZING HOWARD HANNA’S
EXTENSIVE MARKETING TOOLS
SELL YOUR HOUSE AT THE PRICE YOU WANT IN THE TIME YOU WANT
First Impressions are Lasting Impressions
Don’t underestimate the value of preparing your home for two first impressions!
- Curb appeal – when the buyer first pulls up in front of your home.
- Interior features – the moment the buyer walks up to the front door and enters your home.
As part of the Seller interview process, John will explain how to prepare your home to sell.
Staging your home outside and in will add the
“WOW” factor to the buyers First Impressions and increase
the return on your largest investment.
“Many factors affect placing your home on the market. Understanding these factors facilitates a well-laid plan that will drive buyers to your door”.
– John W. Tompkins – REALTOR®
It is now time to …
- Finalize the paperwork
- Have a professional photographer take pictures of your home
- Have John enter your home in the MLS
- Execute the marketing plan
- Place a “For Sale” sign in your yard
Marketing is in place and REALTORS® begin to request showings of your home.
Offers are written, submitted, reviewed, and considered.
Process of determining what is in YOUR best interest begins! Terms and conditions are discussed, negotiated, and offers are accepted, rejected, or countered.
Mortgage, sale and transfer of title, attorney approvals, and property inspections are some of the contingencies that can be a part of the contract; each with its own deadline and requirements.
Closing is scheduled when all the previous steps have been addressed.