Marsha’s Helpful Information For Sellers
Selling a home can be SCARY, FRUSTRATING and EXCITING all at the same time...there’s no way to make the process FUN, but I will do everything I can to make it a pleasant and profitable experience for you.
Here are some links (in red) that will help you with the selling process—all the way from just thinking about it, to closing and handing over the keys. As always, feel free to contact me if you have questions or would like to discuss anything related to real estate.
PRE-LISTING INFORMATION—A list of items needed to complete the file for successfully marketing your property. There’s also a list of forms for you to print out and complete to expedite the process.
PRICING YOUR PROPERTY—This is a big one, isn't it? Good information here about things to consider when setting the listing price. Some Thoughts on Pricing--How You Control the Sale--Dangers of Overpricing.
PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR THE MARKET—This can be a real challenge for anyone selling a home. LOTS of information here on making sure your home will be show-ready. Some Thoughts on Condition -- Should I Hire a Stager? -- Preparing Your Home -- Get Ready for Action -- When Showing Your Home -- Mum's the Word! -- Summary
HOME SELLING PROCESS—Even if you’ve sold homes before, so much has changed over the past few years it's worth a little refresher course.
HOW MARSHA CAN HELP YOU—High Quality Service means being there to help you throughout the process of selling your home. Take advantage of my years of experience, comprehensive knowledge of the market, and excellent reputation to help get your home sold as quickly, for the best price possible, with the least inconvenience to you. My pledge to Sellers -- Marketing & Working for You -- Negotiating the Sale -- Members of my Team
THE HOME INSPECTION—These days, virtually every buyer will have a home inspection. Here's what to expect.
RULES OF DISCLOSURE--To paraphrase, “disclose, disclose, disclose”...it’s in your best interest to know what Florida law says about a seller’s duty to disclose.
CONTRACTS & OTHER IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS—There’s a lot of paperwork in a real estate transaction (and more all the time it seems). Here are some of the forms you’ll be asked to sign throughout the process. Some may not apply to you.
MOVING CHECKLISTS —The house is sold and everyone’s working toward closing day. Whether you’re moving across the country or just across town, there are lots of details to attend to. I’m a big fan of checklists, so here are some that will help you with everything from planning to packing to handing over the keys.
Remember, contact me anytime I can be helpful to you!