Selling and Listing your Property
Why use a professional real estate agent?
For most people, buying a property is the largest financial investment they will ever make. It is the one time you can say you went shopping and spent a quarter of a million dollars (or more). So shouldn’t you work with a professional to get the best advice possible for that investment?CONTACT US
Sapphire facilitates the process
We are your advocate, your real estate market specialist and your negotiating tiger all wrapped into one. You can rely on us to help you find the most qualified buyer and to guide you through the property selling processes. The rules regarding real property sales are always changing. We stay on top of all changes to the rules and pass along our knowledge to you.CONTACT US
HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT SELLING YOUR property?
PROCESS OF SELLING A PROPERTY
- How quickly will my property sell?
- Will people like how it looks?
- Will someone pay what I believe it is worth?
- What do I do if my property does not sell?
A homeownership professional specializing in the local market is best qualified to give you an accurate assessment of your home’s current market value, and to help balance market realities with your dreams. This will allow you to establish the most effective marketing program for your home, including an asking price that generates active buyer interest.
All MLS data reaches consumers around the world, thanks to the Internet. The effectiveness of online marketing is a function of how much exposure a property receives and how well it appears. You can realize substantial exposure for your property online – make sure it is quality exposure.
Offer Price, Expiration Date, Closing Date, Deposit, Contingencies.
Your listing agent will present offers to you. All terms of the offer should be considered, including the asking price, contingencies, local market dynamics, and your goals. In a soft market, you may see few offers, or offers significantly below your asking price. If homes are selling quickly, you may receive multiple offers near – or exceeding – your asking price
Once an offer is accepted, the home inspection process begins, after which the parties proceed to execute the purchase contract and begin the closing process.