Your home’s appearance has a big impact on prospective buyers. A well-staged home looks better on print and internet ads, gives the impression that it’s been well-maintained, can make rooms look larger, and helps buyers visualize themselves there. From a seller’s perspective, a staged-home sells faster, can draw a better sale price, and gives you a head start on packing! Your Premier Valley Realtor will give you tips to get your home ready for the market.
This may include restricted hours to show the home, requiring a notice, etc.
A lockbox is used for easy realtor access and tracking of who is in and out of the home.
The best way to show off your house is through beautiful visuals. Our team would coordinate professional photography and a virtual tour of your home
A “For Sale” sign will be installed to include custom flyers with the details of your listing.
Your home will be posted in local and regional MLS systems.
Your home will be advertised on multiple websites and social media platforms, a Broker’s Open House and public Open Houses will be scheduled, a direct mail postcard will be mailed to hundreds of homes in your neighborhood, and email campaigns will be sent to multiple realtors in your area.
Interested buyer(s) will submit offers.
We will negotiate to get the best possible terms on your house. If you like the terms of the offer, you can accept. If you aren’t happy with them, you can reject the offer or write a counter offer. Some of the top reasons that we recommend writing a counter offer include:
- You and your real estate agent agree that the offer was below market value
- The buyer has requested lengthy (or shortened) escrow that doesn’t work for you
- You want to request a higher earnest money deposit
- You don’t agree to certain inspections, the home warranty, or any personal property requests
- You’ve received multiple offers and want buyers to submit their highest and best offer
Once you and a buyer agree on terms, the home is officially under contract and escrow is open.
The buyer’s deposit is sent to escrow, disclosures are signed, inspections are done, contingencies are cleared, and financing is approved.