Selling Your Home
If you are a First Time Home Seller, you are bound to have a lot of questions and apprehension. You should do your research and understand the process involved in selling your home. Listing your home on the Multiple Listing Service will ensure that your home is getting maximum market exposure.
Motivation for Selling
Explore your reasons for selling. Everybody has a reason to sell. If you aren't truly motivated or committed to selling, you could be setting yourself up for disappointment. There are many issues involved in the sale of your home. An experienced Raltor will guide you and take care of all the details in selling your home. You should work with a local Realtor who has the experience and local real estate knowledge to market your home.
Choose Your Realtor Carefully
The final selection of your Realtor should be based on who can help you meeting your needs. Remember! Real Estate Sale commission is negotiable. Find out from your Realtor which real estate fee structures is most suitable for you. Your next move is to meet up with your short-list of local Realtors and find out how they plan to market your home. Select a Realtor you are truly satisfied and feel comfortable working with. your home listed.
Pricing your home right is the most critical part of selling your home. Over-pricing a home is counter-productive, and may result in your home taking too long to sell, or your home may not sell at all. The importance of preparing your home or staging to give your home the right appeal cannot be overlooked. If a home buyer has no good impression on your home, he or she will not buy your home.
Research Your Market
You can easily check for information on the listing prices for homes similar to yours by doing your research online. For Richmond and Vancouver, you can drill down to your neighborhood and check out the homes for sale.
For other areas in Greater Vancouver, follow this link to find homes listed for sale on MLS.
If you are thinking of selling your home, you are welcome to contact me at 604-721-4817 for a discussion, or email me.
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