Gain Independence From Your Home This Fourth Of July

Gain Independence From Your Home This Fourth Of JulyWant to sell your home this summer?

With the help of a real estate professional, you could be signing a closing agreement and on your way to a whole new housing world before winter sets in.

So, get inspired this Fourth of July to liberate yourself from your current home.

A local real estate agent who is an expert in his or her field might be the spark needed to get you motivated, strategically market your home and have potential buyers seeing fireworks at your first open house.

To help with your quest for the perfect home-selling expert, here are three questions you should ask during initial interviews:

What do you know about the local market?

Make sure your agent is up to date on the area’s current listings. He or she needs to know what’s happening in your neighborhood in order to market it and ensure it beats out the competition.

How will you market my home?

Make sure you’re on the same page when it comes to spreading the word about your property. You’ll want to confirm that your agent is Internet savvy and has fresh ideas on how to make your home stand out. It’s always a good idea to ask agents you’re interviewing to provide examples of how they’ve marketed other homes.

What will you do to help me prepare my home for sale?

Successful agents should do a walk-through with you and use their past experience and buyer feedback to give advice on how to stage your home. It benefits both of you to have your home looking its best, so that it sells fast!

In honor of the Fourth of July, take a cue from our forefathers and enlist the services of a good real estate agent to help emancipate you from your current home.

If you’re looking for a real estate professional, I’d appreciate the opportunity help you.  Give me a call today or email me to get all of your questions answered.

 

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