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There are many things to consider when you decide to sell your home. Developing a relationship with a professional Realtor will make those considerations easier for you as you face the prospect of moving, whether it is in town or out of the area. Every successful home sale is impacted by four factors:
Four Factors Impact Every Successful Transaction
Marketing - The best thing your Realtor can do to sell your home is to let as many people know it is for sale as possible, as soon as it is listed. In addition to traditional marketing techniques like the MLS database, brochures and signs, your Realtor should know how homebuyers are finding homes to purchase, and be there to greet them. In today's market, this means an extensive, attractive internet presence showing your home in its best light. The buyer for your home may come from across town or across the country and over 90% of the time they use the internet to search for their new home. You want a San Francisco Realtor with a proven record of extensive, effective internet presence to attract buyers for your home.
Condition - While your home is for sale, consider that we live in our homes in one way but we market them in another. A clean, well maintained and pleasantly decorated home welcomes homebuyers and enhances the appeal of any home on the market. When you list your home for sale, your Realtor should advise you about items that are cost-effective and that will pay you back many times over in buyer interest. You control the marketability of your home; your Realtor is responsible for marketing your home.
Location - There is a buyer for every home on the market ... from Pacific Heights to the Mission, from SOMA to the Richmond, and for all points in between in our 7 x 7 area that is San Francisco... regardless of location! Some locations are more desirable to certain buyers while other locations are more desirable to other buyers. While a property's location can not be changed there are ways to make your home more attractive to more home buyers in any area. Pricing more aggressively to compete against similar homes in better locations is one of the best ways to sell your home faster, as long as the price is reasonable. While your home is for sale, your Realtor should be honest with you about how the location of your home compares to others on the market. After listing, your Realtor should provide you with showing feedback if concerns about location are expressed by homebuyers or other Realtors.
Price - Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. Setting a price on your property is challenging in San Francisco where no two homes are the same. There is risk in setting the price of your home for sale too high, relative to the competition and the current economic climate, because it may remain on the market far longer than necessary. Pricing your home too low is unfair to you. Your Realtor should be able to present you with a value range for your home and provide you with market statistics to support that price range. From there you should rely on accurate and timely feedback from the market and adjust your price accordingly so that you remain in tune with the market during your listing.
Pota and her team are ready to help you sell your home. We'll prepare you for the marketplace by advising you about staging and pricing your home to sell. We will be a resource for vendors who can do repairs and improvements-from plumbers to painters. Before your home is on the market you will notice the difference between Pota Perimenis and other Brokers. We'll immediately start researching background information about your home that buyers will want to know, we will schedule your home for a professional photo shoot, and we'll communicate with you every step of the way. You will notice how quickly your phone calls are returned and how punctual we are. We will share with you all the data we consider as we help you set your price. When it is time to list and market your home, our entire team will work diligently to market your home and keep you informed of progress along the way, from listing to closing the sale of your home successfully.