Things to Think About When Selling Your HomeIf you are in the process of considering whether to sell or not, to lease or not, whether you have enough equity or need to pursue a short sale, turn to Jim for an honest evaluation of your property’s value. Ask him for a Maximum Value Audit (MVA- average agents only provide CMA’s). If you are ready to sell, have you decided to where you are moving? Naturally, if your move is local – in Massachusetts – Jim would like to help you find your next home. If this is the case, please browse on over to my links for Buyers. But, if you have already determined that you are relocating to a location out of state and know very little about the area and need someone to work with, let Jim assist you in locating a reputable and competent REALTOR from his extensive list of client-satisfied-driven REALTORS.
Accurate pricing is key to get as many people as possible to tour and make offers on your home, especially when you first list your home. There’s a current pool of buyers waiting for new listings to hit the market, which is why accurate pricing and staging your home properly
is crucial. Once a price has been determined, Jim can give you advice about the little things that you can do to stage your home to get you the highest possible price!
You’d be surprised by the simple measures you can take to dress up your home to attract more qualified buyers. Jim has a marketing plan that is designed to get maximum exposure to the buyers that are currently looking on their own, and to all agents with buyers. Through pricing, staging, agent accessibility, and visibility, both on and offline, Jim can successfully sell your home to help you achieve your goals.
The selling process has many more pieces or stages from start to finish. Here are a few to consider: