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Selling a home can be a process, even in a hot seller’s market. 

By prepping your home a few months in advance, you can reduce your stress and increase the odds of finding a buyer quickly after listing. Take a look at this handy checklist I’ve created to ensure you know all the important steps that go into selling your home. 

If at any time, you’d like to discuss the home selling process, don’t hesitate to reach out! My speciality is getting homeowners the best possible price for their home. 
















Why do 92% of home sellers use an agent to sell their home? 
Today’s buyers are web-savvy, and expect homes to be marketed on national home search sites that FSBO sellers often forget about. Agents can also help with negotiation and to streamline the closing paperwork. Plus, sellers who use an agent usually make more on their home sale, even after paying an agent’s commission. 

But don’t take my word for it — there are plenty of stats showing that hiring an agent is the smart choice. Check out these factsabout hiring an agent vs. selling your home FSBO. 

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It’s common for home sellers to make big, sweeping improvements on their homes right before they sell. But while it’s true that buyers may prefer a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, you won’t recoup the cost of that major upgrade when selling. 

If you’re hoping to sell in the next year, it’s best to put your money towards small changes that have a big impact. Here are the six best DIY tips to prep your home before selling. 

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Selling a home can be a process, even in a hot seller’s market. 

By prepping your home a few months in advance, you can reduce your stress and increase the odds of finding a buyer quickly after listing. Take a look at this handy checklist I’ve created to ensure you know all the important steps that go into selling your home. 

If at any time, you’d like to discuss the home selling process, don’t hesitate to reach out! My speciality is getting homeowners the best possible price for their home. 

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Sure the dishes are put away, but are the light fixtures gleaming? Does the refrigerator smell fresh? Did you remove all the incoming mail from that countertop in the corner? 

Even on its cleanest day, your house isn’t quite ready for a buyer home showing. To have the most success in selling your home, it’s important that you prep each room in a certain way. In this easy Staging Guide, I break down how to prep each room in your home to sell. 

And don’t forget, if you are serious about selling this year, it’s important to know how much your home is worth in today’s market. Check out (and modify) your home value and neighborhood activity to understand what is in store for you as a seller. 

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Did you know that nine in ten buyers will search for homes online? In today’s hyper-connected world, you may be wondering how sellers can be just as savvy as the online house hunters. 

When it comes to selling your home fast and for the right price, the best solution is to work with an agent who understands your local market conditions. 

Together, I can work to price your home fairly, with a value that drives in showings, buyers and potential offers. But first, I’ll have to assess the local market and put ourselves in the shoes of the buyer. 

Check out these three easy tips to learn how to sell your home quickly. 

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How are your closets looking? Are they stuffed to the brim with never-used guest towels, old toys, and the fine china you never use? 

Here’s a tip: If your closets look like they can’t fit another thing inside, buyers are going to assume your house doesn’t have enough storage. And storage is, oddly, as important to most buyers as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. 

The storage factor is just one thing to consider when selling your home. I’ve compiled our top five home-selling secrets, and would love to talk with you more about prepping your home to sell. Reach out any time for more information. 

Plus: if you haven’t done so yet, check out my Name Your Selling Price website, where you can enter the price you think your home is worth. I have a large inventory of buyers, and if I find a buyer interested in your selling price, I will let you know. 

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