You’ve picked a Realtor (Me!). Yeah! Now what? Now we need to get your home ready for the market. This involves:
Selling your home involves a lot of paperwork. Here's your seller homework to download.
Top 10 List.
Write a top ten list of reasons you love living in your home. Here's a sample list. We don’t want these reasons to be things the buyers can easily see for themselves such as your gorgeous kitchen. Rather, we want them to be intangibles that only you
know such as the beautiful sunsets visible through your living room windows, that you have great neighbors, the farmers market down the street every Tues, you will miss the walk to the community beach to have coffee every morning, etc. We then use this
list in our marketing of your home.
Let us know what date you want your home to go live in the MLS.
We need about one week’s notice before we can put your property on the market. Before it goes on the market you need to declutter your home, fix any items that need to be fixed, and either clean it or have your home professionally cleaned.
Change the privacy settings on your Facebook page so only friends can see your posts.
We don’t want potential buyers Googling you learning that you just got a big promotion at work, are moving across the country, or are buying a new house because you’re having a baby. Watch what you post to friends, they may want your house too. All of
these items can hurt my negotiation position, therefore, it’s imperative you change your security settings to make your posts and photos private to strangers. And while you can mention on your Facebook page that you’re selling your home, don’t say why.
Once you’ve completed the above, let me know and I’ll send you your next steps. Have questions? You can reach me at 410-936-5729 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.