Selling your home

What is my home worth?

Assessing the value of your home, your needs and your timeline can change a multitude of factors. How quickly you need the proceeds of the sale and the market conditions can help decide your path as you prepare to leave your current house. It’s a balance of current and future needs and the route you choose can always be changed until you enter into a contract.

What to Consider When Selling a House?

When it comes to selling a house, we all want to make the most money possible. There are some things that can be done to maximize profit at a minimal cost and with minimal effort. The Weichert Sales Associate you work with can help you strategize ways to get the most from your home and keep you from making small mistakes that could cost you hundreds, if not thousands, selling on your own. Use my Home Condition Checklist to look for potential repairs before you put your home on the market.

Find a Realtor®

A Realtor® can be the key to selling your home quickly and for the highest price. He or she will be with you from preparing for sale to closing. They have helpful knowledge about the local area and the local real estate market. Realtors understand the intricacies and importance of pricing your home to suit both your needs and the market.

Ideas for Staging a Home

As a seller, one of your biggest questions is how to add value to your home before you put it on the market. Making repairs and staging a home properly can add to your bottom line. According to the National Association of Realtors® 2015 Profile of Home Staging, most sellers’ agents believe that staging your home will increase offers, possibly by as much as 10%.

Tips for Selling Your Home

Today, there is more to selling a home than listing it on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and holding an open house. There are cost-effective tips for reaching more people to sell your home. You’ll be surprised how much your Weichert Sales Associate can do to help get the word out.

Finalizing a Buyer’s Offer

It’s the moment that you’ve worked for: you’ve received an offer on your home. If you’ve prepared well and the market conditions are right, you may receive multiple offers. There are several strategies to help you maximize your profits and minimize your stress during these final steps.

Understanding Closing

Closing is the final part of the process when ownership of your home is transferred to the buyer. Until closing, you are responsible for maintaining your home in the same condition as when it was shown, fixing any problems that are part of the terms of the contract and, of course, moving out. The last step is to pay the closing costs for the seller and hand over the keys.