Selling A Home
Selling Your Home is NOT as Easy as You May Think
Millions of existing homes are sold each year, and while each transaction is different, every owner wants the same thing – the best possible deal with the least amount of hassle and aggravation.
Unfortunately, home selling has become a more complex business than it used to be. New seller disclosure statements, and longer and more mysterious form agreements.
The result is that while hundreds of thousands of existing homes may be sold each week, the process is not as easy for sellers as it was five or 10 years ago. Surviving in today’s real estate world requires experience and training in such fields as real estate marketing, financing, negotiation, and closing – the very expertise available from the Realtors® here at White Knight!
Are you ready?
The home-selling process typically starts several months before a property is made available for sale. It’s necessary to look at a home through the eyes of a prospective buyer and determine what needs to be cleaned, painted, repaired, and tossed out. (See the side bar on the right for tips for selling your home).
Ask yourself: If you were buying this home, what would you want to see? The goal is to show a home which looks good, maximizes space, and attracts as many buyers – and as much demand – as possible.
Selling a home is an important matter and there should be a good reason to sell – perhaps a job change to a new community or the need for more space. Your reason for selling can impact the negotiating process so it’s important to discuss your needs and wants in private with the Realtor® who lists your home.
Owners are encouraged to sell when the property is ready for sale, there is a need or desire to sell, and the services of a Realtor® have been retained.
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Why use a REALTOR® from White Knight?
There are more than 2 million people nationwide who have licenses to sell real estate, of which about over 1 million members belong to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Only NAR members are entitled to use the term “REALTOR®.”
NAR members must adhere to a strict Code of Ethics. By joining NAR, individuals have access to a wide range of classes, seminars, and certification opportunities. Local REALTOR® groups are active in community matters, and individual members are routinely involved in PTAs and other neighborhood organizations.
In essence, White Knight REALTORS® are community experts. They track real estate trends, share neighborhood concerns and participate in local matters. They’re good neighbors who are in the business of helping others buy and sell homes.
Contact one of our Professional Realtors® today who will listen to your needs, answer your questions, and guide you through your buying process. Your time is valuable and your goals are our number one priority!
We are only a phone call away (775) 322-8585.