A knowledgeable and trustworthy seller’s agent is your best tool for a successful property sale.
Price your home
A seller’s agent will help you price your home reasonably using a comparative market analysis.
Make your home ready for sale
Beyond basic cleaning and decluttering, a seller’s agent can advise you on the best way to showcase your property.
It’s time to list your house! A seller’s agent can identify your property’s best assets and market it successfully.
Showings and Open Houses
A seller’s agent will act as your go-between for interested parties and ensure your time and privacy is honored while your house is being shown.
Purchase Offers and Negotiations
A seller’s agent will receive purchase offers on your behalf. I can advise you on counter-offering or accepting reasonable offers or concessions.
The closing process can be a time-consuming and stressful time. A seller’s agent can streamline this process by advising you every step of the way.
Roxana Emilo, Broker/Owner
While not required by law, having a seller’s agent is highly recommended. Real estate laws, practices and procedures can be confusing and intimidating to a layman and leave you in a vulnerable position.
Do I need a realtor when selling my property?
Don’t worry! It could be a contaminated well or even a leaky basement, but it’s not entirely unusual for a home to fail part of the home inspection. The potential buyers may choose to offer a lower price, ask for money back at closing, or another concession to compensate for the failed inspection.
What happens if my home fails the home inspection?
The typical fee is 6% total. 3% of this commission fee goes to the buyer’s agent and 3% goes to the seller’s agent.
What are your fees?
Most people need to sell their current home before they have the money to use for a downpayment on a new property. The solution to this is to make the closing of your current property contingent upon you finding your new house.
How do I purchase a new home before I sell my current one?
Maybe. Depending on the improvement, it may be wise to just offer money back at closing for the new owners to complete the project. A seller’s agent can advise you on which improvements will help sell your house and which should be left to the new owners.
Should I complete my home improvement projects before selling my house?