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How to Sell Your Home

by Mary Patterson 06/21/2020

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If you do not know the process for selling a home it can raise your stress level some. It can also be a very unpleasant experience. During the process, you will have to endure a lot of opinions and suggestions that can either help you or end up hurting your efforts when the home sells. If you want to be successful in selling your home, then there are some things that you will want to consider before beginning the journey.

Get the Best Agent

Your real estate agent is called a listing agent. This is true if they are the one that listed your home. If your agent also is helping the buyer, then they can be the mediation between both parties. In order for them to represent both parties they must have approval by agreement of both parties in writing. This is important to know because as your agent they must represent your interests to the buyer. An agent that represents both parties could be accused of having a conflict of interest. When choosing your agent you will want to find one that is able to represent your interests effectively.

Have an Analysis Done on Your Home

It is the price that will eventually sell your home. If you price your home too low, you will end up losing money. But price if the price is too high, and you will make nothing because it will never sell. A comparative market analysis will be done by your agent. It will compare your home to others in the area. It will suggest what your home could potentially sell for. When you finally decide on a price your agent will put that price on the contract. The buyer will have to agree to that price, in writing, for it to become the sale price.

All sellers are responsible to disclose anything that could be wrong with the property. You will have to fill out a form that would list any problems that could potentially be wrong with the property. In this case the law favors the buyer as they are making a major purchase. 

Get Your Home Connected

You will want to make sure to advertise your home. Your agent will be able to put the listing out for everyone to see but that is not the only thing you can do. Go ahead and take pictures of your home and use social media to advertise it. The more exposure you give your home the better it will sell. The real estate market is very competitive. If you want to sell your home fast, then you will have to do more than what everyone else is doing to market their own homes. But knowing how to create exposure will sell your home fast.

About the Author
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Mary Patterson

From flawlessly preparing homes for sale, to writing offers that stand out in Denver’s competitive market, Mary works diligently to achieve the results her clients deserve.

Mary offers 20 years of experience and truly enjoys getting to know her clients on a personal level. She approaches every transaction with the highest standards of honesty, integrity, respect, market knowledge and negotiation skills. She serves every segment of the marketplace with equal enthusiasm and dedication.

Mary is an interior designer, thus feeling confident when advising with staging and remodeling ideas.

All of Mary’s clients receive an extensive Market Analysis of their home. She keeps her clients informed from start to close, with all aspects of the current market. With buyers, she listens to their wants and makes it a priority to connect them to homes in communities that suit their lifestyle.

The purchase or sale of ones greatest investment, a home, is a major decision. Mary feels privileged to have assisted many families attain their goals and dreams and looks forward to working with many new clients in the future!