Realtors have in-depth market knowledge, insight on positve features or red flags to look for, negotiation skills, and access to listings. They also educate you, ensuring you get the best deal and a smoother transaction process.
The listing price is determined based on a comparative market analysis, considering factors like recent sales of similar properties, market trends, and your home’s unique features. Adjustments are made based on these factors and features.
The timeline to buy or sell varies based on current market conditions and property specifics as well as the area in which the home is located and the popularity of that area. Generally, 30-90 days on market is normal in a balanced market.
All realtors are real estate agents, but not all agents are Realtors. A “Realtor” is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and adheres to its rules and strict code of ethics. I am a member of NAR, TAR and a Broker.
Marketing strategies include online listings, social media promotion, open houses, professional photography and videography, and leveraging industry connections, among other tailored approaches specific to each property.
Closing costs encompass a range of fees related to finalizing a property sale, including loan processing costs, title insurance, and inspection fees. Both buyers and sellers have closing costs, though the specific responsibilities of who pays what can be negotiated.
Communication frequency depends on the stage of the transaction, but you can expect regular updates, especially when there are viewings, offers, or any critical decisions to be made.
It’s essential to communicate any concerns promptly. Many Realtors will be open to feedback and making necessary adjustments, or in some cases, you might discuss ending the agreement.
While it’s not mandatory, staging can enhance your home’s appeal, potentially leading to faster sales and better offers. Homes staged prior to going on the market, sell in 90% less time per the Real Estate Staging Association.
Yes, always have an inspection and even on a new construction home. A home inspection provides insight into any potential issues or necessary repairs, ensuring you make an informed purchase decision. I always recommend a Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) inspection as well as other ones that might be needed.

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