I've decided to sell my home ...now what?

Where do I start? What should the asking price be? Should I advertise? Is a title search necessary? Should I paint the house first? Where are the property lines? What are my responsibilities to a buyer?

 

Selling a home is far more complicated than most people realize. It requires the expertise of a professional who understands the real estate market as well as the legal and regulatory requirements of selling a home.

 

Pricing your home properly is vital as too high a price may discourage potential buyers, while pricing it too low may lose you some of your equity. To determine a competitive asking price for your home, Dan will prepare a comparative market analysis that takes into consideration recent sales activity of similar homes in your area.

 

The Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) is a system that enables realtors to share information about homes that are for sale, providing sellers with widespread exposure to potential buyers.

 

Dan's analysis of the MLS® information, in combination with a targeted marketing plan, will give you a competitive edge while aiming to obtain maximum value from selling your home. Dan will assist you by organizing the selling steps, undertaking negotiations with potential buyers, ensuring an enforceable contract is agreed to, and answering your questions.

 

Dan takes great pride in being trustworthy and loyal to his clients, and demonstrates utmost integrity at all times.

 

Consider Dan Muzzin your friend in the real estate business.

 

Things to think about when preparing to sell... 

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