Are you considering selling your home in the near future?
Making the decision to sell your home is a huge step, but once the decision is made to sell, then making your home marketable and maximizing your return on investment should be your number one goal. Our Pre-Listing Seller’s Consultation Program works with you, the seller, so that you can maximize your home’s value and your ROI (Return on Investment) through the sale of your home. After all, you are the one who made the payments, maintained the home and now deserves the equity profit at the sale. The program is very affordable, simple, and straight forward.
Before you put your largest investment on the market, consider doing a Sellers Consultation
Almost everyone will have their potential new home inspected before they commit to buying it. And because there is no such thing as the perfect house, defects are usually encountered during this process. Sometimes the defects are so problematic that the buyer invokes their inspection clause, and walks away. This is a waste of time and energy for the buyer, the seller and the real estate professionals on both sides! What if there was a way to get the issues out in the open before they became negotiating nightmares? There is a way, have a Pre-Listing Seller’s Consultation.
What is a PRE-LISTING Seller’s CONSULTATION?
This is a faster paced service, usually lasting 1 to 1.5 hours, verbal-only walk through of the seller’s home. This is Not a formal home inspection and no reports are furnished. The property owner should take detailed notes as we visit all of the components and systems in the home. I explain in detail what a buyer will be looking for, and what the buyer’s home inspector will likely include in their inspection report. This service allows you to make decisions on whether to repair, replace or upgrade the various items identified, without the deadline of a closing date. The Pre-Listing Consultation is the seller’s opportunity to ask the important questions involving their home, what may need to be repaired and why? How much does it cost to get things repaired? What should I plan on replacing or repairing? These types of questions and the answers will help you understand your home, in it’s current condition, as a system. You can then decide what the next steps should be.