Where do I start?
You’ve decided to put your home up for sale and you’re ready to choose a broker. Make sure that you choose someone who makes you feel comfortable, and who earns your trust and confidence. Potential brokers will provide you with a Competitive Market Analysis, their estimate of what someone would be willing to pay for your property.
Next, you’ll want to consider any repairs or staging that needs to be done before your home is ready for showings. You only have one chance to make a great first impression!
When an offer comes in, you should be prepared to evaluate your options in getting the best price for your home. There are a few important things to note before making a counteroffer.
Once you accept an offer, there are two major hurdles left before the closing table: the inspection and appraisal.
In the next step, let’s learn how brokers price your home, and how this can affect the success of your listing.