New Home EXPERIENCE The Our goal for marketing and home preparation is to turn what is often a financial decision for a Buyer into a truly emotional decision. Here is how we do it: 1 Professional Home-Staging 2 Professional Photographs Home Stager's expertise lies in presenting homes for Buyers to envision their life there. This consultation comes with a plan of action to best showcase the property. 99% of home buyers search online (NAR). Hence the need for beautiful pictures. Professional highresolution and high-quality photographs come standard. 3 Video Tours and Chats 4 Custom Floor Plans The one thing that pictures struggle to do is give a Buyer a feel for the layout. Over 50% of Buyers find video walkthrough's massively important when deciding to view the home or not. Floor plans are just one more way that makes you stand out online. Used by Buyers to get a feel for the layout and the size of your property. 5 All statistics taken directly from the National Association of Realtors Top Notch Home Team, part of Metro Real Estate Group 719.219.6741
of Assessment Wants and Appraisal Underwriting House for Prepare Presentation Days Before The Closing HOUSE SELLING OVERVIEW A What You Should Expect In This Home Selling Process MLS Preview Set expectations. Ask any questions. Review comparable sales and timeline. Establish Wants Vs. Needs. Professional homestaging appointment. Prepare house for pictures. Review and touch up of pictures. Review: price, inclusions and exclusions, special features, and other items. Approval of draft MLS. Property goes live on the MLS. Marketing Receive Offers Under Contract Local neighbors engaged. Paper marketing created and distributed. Social media marketing leveraged. Open House conducted if beneficial for the Seller. Any and all offers will be presented in person. Negotiation conducted if necessary. Mutual execution of desired deal. Earnest money deposited. Disclosures sent out. Buyer schedules inspections. Inspection items are negotiated. Final Issues 6 Review appraisal results. Negotiate any appraisal issues. Buyer to provide lender and Title any further documents. Receipts provided from Inspection Resolution. Closing scheduled by all parties. Closing disclosure provided with estimated proceeds. Agent to conduct a walk through. Schedule final walk through for the Buyer. Close the deal.