What’s Your Plan to Market My Property?
We use a strategic approach for creating a marketing plan that’s best suited to your needs. Each property gets listed on the Multiple Listing Service, or MLS, which is viewed by more than 900 agents in and around the High Country. We also leverage other online channels to maximize the visibility of your home.
How Do You Market My Home Online?
When your house is newly listed, we add it to an email blast to get it in front of more home buyers and agents. It also gets included in these emails if the price gets reduced and when it sells. We keep our website, Facebook, and Instagram updated with this information as well. By putting this information in multiple places online, your property gets in front of more people overall. Some people prefer to visit websites while others prefer social media. When we cover all of the bases for marketing real estate in the High Country, it results in faster, quailty sales.
How Quickly Can You Sell My Home?
Many factors influence how quickly a house gets sold. Everything from your listing price, location, and condition of the property comes into consideration. Our marketing plan is designed to bring in quality buyers quickly and help you get the price that you’re expecting from your home.
Do You Have a Good Camera?
We use professional grade equipment to take quality photos for your listing. Our real estate experience allows us to pick complimentary angles and to cover everything that home buyers want to see when they’re looking at properties. Your property’s strong features are highlighted throughout each picture. The photos follow the flow of the house to help the buyers visualize what it would be like to live there.
Are You Going to Make My Property Look Good?
Our goal is to make your listing look as desirable as possible. We accomplish this with our professional photography and advice on what you can do to make your home more marketable. Sometimes all you need are a few quick changes to set your property up for selling success.
How Do I Prepare My House for Selling?
The first step is to declutter your home to create a clean slate for home buyers to look at. They may not have the same taste in art, media, books, and other things that may be on display during showings. By storing these items or removing them early in the selling process, you help a potential buyer think of the possibilities the property holds for them. Decluttering is also helpful for removing anything that gets in the way of the house’s flow or creates a potential tripping hazard.
You’ll particularly want to remove any personal items, such as family photos. Keep the property as clean as possible so it’s always showing ready. This may be challenging if you’re living at that property, so plan around open houses and scheduled visits. Keep pets safely contained in a closed off space so they don’t cause any interference. In some cases, you may need to make minor repairs or change interior paint colors as part of these preparations.
How Does My House Get Staged?
Home staging is the process of creating an environment that’s appealing to a broad pool of potential buyers. The typical staging process uses furniture and home decor to make the property inviting, welcoming, and ready for buyers. Staging is as much an art as it is a science. A combination of home selling experience and interior design expertise leads to staging that brings in the right people for that house.
Selling your home quickly and at an agreeable price depends on a strong marketing plan. You need an approach that maximizes the number of home buyers and real estate agents who see the listing, provides professional quality photos, and has a strong online presence. Work with professionals that have the resources and experience to deliver the results you’re expecting.