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Selling your Indianapolis home requires a commited, competent, professional Realtor with a marketing plan for exposing your home to as many buyers who are in the market for your home. It takes more than a sign, a lockbox, and an MLS listing to sell a home. Selling a home in Indianapolis involves many details to be attended to. Every part of selling a home - from setting a price to getting it ready for sale and uploading into the MLS - are important components in the sales process.
We don't hire part-time agents, neither should you.
Every home and every market is different. The market for a higher price home is much different than the market for a starter home. We analyze the current market for your home and neighborhood when evaluating the comparable sales and current inventory, including history of sales. All real estate is local, even within a specfic city and neighborhood.
Our marketing is designed to showcase your home to potential buyers. With over 90% of buyers starting their search online, it's important your home look it's best at the onset. We have a plan for optimizing the first impression. Although marketing your home is an important factor in maximizing showings and ultimately the sale of your home, marketing your home is not the most important task we perform.
As your agent, our fiduciary responsibility is protecting your interest. From disclosures to inspections, you will be kept apprised of all pertinent information and receive expert advice and consultation throughout the process. Some of the important issues you may encounter and need to be prepared for:
Contract clauses and their effect
Costs associated with selling
What upgrades provide the best return
How to stage for maximum return
How the closing date affects your total cost
What not to say to an agent or prospective buyer
We look forward to assisting you in the sale of your home. Contact us for a an appointment to evaluate your home.
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Tips for Preparing Your Home to Sell: First impressions are the most powerful sales tools. Emotion plays a tremendous part in creating an interest in your home from a potential buyer.
Maximize Your Investment: You've decided to sell your home and know you have to do some things to get it ready for the market. Where's the best place to start and what repairs will return the maximum amount? I'm glad you asked!
Staging Above the Competition: With the influx of homes on the market, many in builder subdivisions, it is hard to distinguish the value one home represents over another; so many homes are passed by.
Marketing: There is no secret to marketing homes for sale in the real estate industry. Every Realtor® has access to the same programs, websites, online platforms, and advertising outlets.
Home Feedback System: Our team utilizes the benefits of Centralized Showing Service for feedback. This automated system is just one of the ways we keep you informed during the process of selling your home.
Why Didn't My Home Sell?: If your home didn't sell during the original listing period, you're probably wondering why. There are five main reasons a home doesn't sell within the contractual term of a listing agreement.
Should You Sell Short Sale? When there are no alternatives left for refinacing or having your loan modified, a short sale provides the homeowner an opportunity to sell their home for less than what is owed on their home.
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