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A broker
who speaks
with her
and negotiates
with her


Our life is full of changes! Marriage, divorce, children, career change, loss of a job, everything keeps evolving around us and we change with years. The house that seemed so perfect when we bought it, now seems to be too big, too small, too far, too old. This is when the big decision of selling our house arises. This decision is never taken lightly, but when it’s time – it’s time. So we start acting! There are many things that one should know before putting the house on the market to sell. How do we decide on the right price and the right time: these are the two most important questions. To find the answers, you need all the information about the real estate market in your area that you can get. And the best person to help you with this is your real estate agent!

1. To assist in getting as many qualified buyers as possible into your home until it is sold.
2. To communicate to you weekly the results of our activities.
3. To assist you in negotiating the highest dollar value…between you and the buyer.
1. Price your home competitively…to open the market vs. narrowing the market.
2. Suggest and advise as to any minor changes you may want to do in your property to make it more saleable.
3. Contact over the next 48 hours my buyer leads, and over next 7 days my center of influence and past clients for their referrals and prospective buyers.
4. Submit the listing of your home to MLS and
5. Add more exposure through placing the listing of your home on RE/MAX Web site (the most visited Real Estate Web site), my personal Web Site and installing a sign in front of your home.
6. Install an information box with the description of your home directly on the sign to make sure passers-by have immediate access to it. (seasonal!)
7. Announce your home on and real estate sites that reunite over 60! different internet sites under the same roof and are seeing an enormous growth these days).
8. Place the video of your property listing on Youtube.
9. Promote your home at the company sales meeting.
10. Develop a list of features of your home for the Brokers to use with their potential buyers.
11. Constantly update you as to any changes in the marketplace.
12. Whenever possible pre-qualify the prospective buyers.
13. When possible have the cooperating Brokers in the area tour your home.
14. Follow-up on the Brokers who have shown your home … for their feedback and response and contact you with the results.
15. Represent you on all offer presentations … to assist you in negotiating the best possible price and terms.
16. Handle all the follow-up upon an offer accepted: inspection, mortgage, title and other closing procedures.
17. Be with you at the notary for the final signing.