The Sarmiento Dream Team offers their skills and experience to help you. They work to create a partnership between realtor and seller, thus making the best environment for selling.
They offer consultations on preparing your home prior to putting it on the market. They will provide you with a complete market analysis of your home with the most recent comparables sales in your market area. They also keep you advised throughout the listing of your direct competition and will provide regular feedback on showings and work to overcome any buyer objections. A estimated Sellers net sheet outlining your cost to sell is also provided. Linda and Chris believe in full disclosure with no surprises. They provide a superior level of service to get you the best price possible.
The Sarmiento Dream Team is committed to promoting your home to the largest number of buyers possible. Their marketing efforts include local print advertising, networking within the real estate community, and a very accessible and informative web presence. High quality photos and virtual tours are done on all of their listings.
Linda and Chris feel very strongly about the success of open houses and open houses are held on a regular basis on all of their listings.
While there are many details to be handled during the sale of your home, from preparing your home for the market, pricing the property correctly, negotiating offers, inspections, appraisals and so on, you can breathe easier knowing that Linda and Chris will be handling every detail on your behalf to your complete satisfaction.
When you offer a superior level of service, the word spreads fast.
Staging/Preparing your home prior to putting it on the market. The Sarmiento Dream Team is committed to promoting your home to the largest number of buyers possible but before doing so, you must properly prepare your home.
You only get one chance to make a good first impression.
Linda and Chris can help you with low cost strategies to make your home more appealing and "Wowing" potential buyers. Proper staging makes your house look bigger, brighter, cleaner, warmer, more loving and best of all, it makes buyers want to buy it.
Linda and Chris will do a pre -listing walk thru of your home and give you some very valuable tips on sprucing up your home. They will help you overcome buyers objections before going on the market. Careful planning and knowing how to professionally prepare your home prior to putting it on the market is key to a successful sale. Linda and Chris have proven results in higher sales prices and shorter market time.
How to price to sell & still make a profit
The asking price you set for your home significantly affects whether you will profit in the sale, how much you will profit and how long your home will sit on the market. Your real estate agent's knowledge of the overall market and what's selling - or not selling - will be invaluable in helping you determine the price. The objective is to find a price that the market will bear but won't leave money on the table.
Here are some points to consider:
Time. Time is not on your side when it comes to real estate. Although many factors influence the outcome, perhaps time is the biggest determinant in whether or not you see a profit and how much you profit. Studies show that the longer a house stays on the market, the less likely it is to sell for the original asking price. Therefore, if your goal is to make money, think about a price that will encourage buyer activity (read: fair market value).
Value vs. Cost. Pricing your home to sell in a timely fashion requires some objectivity. It's important that you not confuse value with cost - in other words, how much you value your home versus what buyers are willing to pay for it. Don't place too much emphasis on home improvements when calculating your price, because buyers may not share your taste. For instance, not everyone wants hardwood floors or granite countertops.
Keep it Simple. Because time is of the essence, make it easy for the buyers. Remain flexible on when your agent can schedule showings. Also, avoid putting contingencies on the sale. Though a desirable move-in date makes for a smoother transition between homes, it could cause you to lose the sale altogether.
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