One of the most important things about selling your home is to make it feel inviting to buyers. You want them to come in and feel welcome and want them to stay to look around. You can do this by making sure your home is clutter free, always remember less is more! I can help by putting myself in the buyers and help you see maybe what needs to be done to give you the maximum exposure you need to get your home sold!

My goal is to provide you with professional advice that will:

  • Obtain the best possible price for your home
  • Negotiate the most favorable terms
  • Secure a buyer in the shortest period of time
  • Relieve you of the stress and inconvenience that can occur when selling a home

Helpful tips when Preparing your home to sell

Curb Appeal
First impressions go a long way
Flowers, fresh bark dust
Swept driveways & walkways
Yard maintained

De-clutter (less is more)
Makes rooms feel larger
Take down family photos (you want buyers looking at the home)
Paint soft neutral colors (if needed)
Accent walls are great but stay away from what may not be liked by others
Make home light & bright (turn lights on when you know your home is being showed)
Make sure curtains are open

Carpets (if needed)
Counters, Refrigerator, stove, ovens
Empty garbage daily
All Beds made
Dirty clothes picked up and put away
Dishes put away (do not leave dishes in sink)
Remove pets (during showings if possible)

Selling Process
Setting up a Listing Appointment
Getting your home on the Market (RMLS, Flyers, Website, Ads)
Showing your home (agents/buyers)
Receiving an offer
Closing the sale
Making the Move

Moving Checklist for Sellers
Set up or transfer all accounts
Utilities: electric, gas, water, sewer, garbage/recycling
Services: cable, telephone, newspaper, yard maintenance
Postal Service
Insurance policy on home

Moving out of the area
Bank accounts
Medical Providers (doctors, dentist)
Children's schools and childcare
Car Registration, insurance & Drivers License

Utilities (put on both buyers and sellers pages) *list to follow