Your needs always come first. I will provide the service we agree to and communicate in the ways that work for you, whether once a week, once a day, by phone, email or text message. That's how we'll do it.
You'll always be kept in the loop. From listing to closing, you'll know the status of our marketing efforts, the offers on the table and the steps leading to a successful closing once an offer is accepted.
Experience and Expertise
The complexities of your real estate transaction will be well-handled. Smoothing the way for your listing and sale, I will capably remove many potential challenges before they have the opportunity to appear.
Your home will get the exposure it deserves. My marketing systems maximize your property's exposure to buyers. Neighborhood tracking tools and automated buyer calling systems allow me to reach active buyers who want to know about your listing.
Your home will be priced right, adjusted as needed and sold quickly. With a keen understanding of both the big picture and the very latest local and neighborhood listing and sales data, the information you need is at my fingertips.
Homes sell because of correct pricing and great presentation. I know what it takes to make the terrific first impression that will get your home sold.
I'll guarantee your satisfaction. Our relationship is dependent on meeting and exceeding your needs. We identify those needs together, and my cancellation guarantee protects your right to end our relationship if you're disappointed.
Leading-edge tech tools and training give me the edge in effectively marketing your property online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! Through the exclusive Keller Williams Listing System (KWLS), your property is fed to more than 350 online search engines and is available on KW's Web network of more than 76,000 sites.
Best of all, because of Keller Williams Realty's "My Listings, My Leads" philosophy, every single Internet inquiry on your property will come directly to me so that I can follow up quickly with those potential buyers.
Keller Williams Realty was designed to reward agents for working together. Based on the belief that we are all more successful if we strive toward a common goal rather than our individual interests, I'm confident that every Keller Williams professional shares the common goal of serving you, my client, in the best way possible.
Keller Williams Realty helps me stay ahead of trends in the real estate industry through its comprehensive, industry-leading training curriculum and research resources. It's what prepares me to provide you with unparalleled service.
Founded on the principles of trust and honesty, Keller Williams Realty emphasizes the importance of having the integrity to do the right thing, always putting your needs first. It reinforces my belief that my success is ultimately determined by the legacy I leave with each client I serve.
I'm proud to work for the world's largest real estate franchise by agent count. It's proof that when you offer a superior level of service, the word spreads fast.
Did you know well-placed furniture can open up rooms and make them seem larger than they are? Or that opening drapes and blinds and turning on all lights make a room seem bright and cheery?
It's a fact: acquiring the highest market value and elevating your home above others in the same price range often comes down to first impressions.
• Keep the grass freshly cut.
• Remove all yard clutter.
• Apply fresh paint to wooden fences.
• Paint the front door.
• Weed and apply fresh mulch to garden beds.
• Clean windows inside and out.
• Wash or paint home's exterior.
• Tighten and clean all door handles.
• Ensure gutters and downspouts are firmly attached.
• Remove excessive wall hangings, furniture and knickknacks (consider a temporary self-storage unit).
• Clean or paint walls and ceilings.
• Shampoo carpets.
• Clean and organize cabinets and closets.
• Repair all plumbing leaks, including faucets and drain traps.
• Clean all light fixtures.
It is often more emotional to sell a home than to buy a home, and the reason for selling your home may be a determining factor in the urgency of the sale. The urgency may also have an effect on the price of the property.
It is important to take the following factors that can influence the sale of your home into consideration:
> Reason for selling
> Condition of property
> Design / style
It is very important to first calculate the expenses that may be incurred while selling your home. This knowledge is absolutely necessary because it helps you to determine a good price for the house, as well as the potential profit that you can realize.
The cost of selling your home may include things like commission to be paid to the agent and taxes.
The most important factor when putting your home on the market to sell is setting the right price. The price at which your property is marketed can make or break the deal.
Over-pricing of the property may result in:
> A smaller buyers' pool
> A prolonged stay on the market that will result in lower offers being submitted
Under-pricing of the property may result in:
> You losing money on your investment
> A buyer offering an even lower amount due to a negative perception of the property or area
Although you cannot do anything about the location of your property, it plays a very important part in the marketability of your home. So, it is important to take the following into consideration:
> Is your property priced in relation to other offers in your area?
> What type of neighborhood is your property located in - well-established, up-and-coming, transitional?
> Is your property located in an urban or rural area?
The condition of your property is always a factor in how quickly your home sells. It's a fact: acquiring the highest market value and elevating your home above the others in the same price range often comes down to first impressions. Here are some inexpensive ways to maximize your home's curb appeal:
> Keep the grass cut and yard clutter to a minimum.
> Apply fresh paint to any wooden fences and your front door.
> Clean windows inside and out.
> Wash or paint your home's exterior.
> Ensure gutters and other exterior fashions are firmly attached.
Did you know well-placed furniture can open up rooms and make them seem larger than they are? Or, that opening drapes and blinds and turning on lights make a room seem bright and cheery? It's true, which is why staging your home to look its absolute best is an important factor in the selling process.
Here are some inexpensive ways to highlight your home's best features:
> Clean or paint walls and ceilings.
> Clean all flooring and fixtures - lights, fans.
> Repair all plumbing leaks.
> Remove excessive wall hangings, furniture and extra personal goods.
> Turn on all lights and open the drapes during the daytime.
> Play quiet background music and infuse your home with a comforting scent.
> Vacate the property when and if it's being show to prospective buyers.
Accessibility is a major issue in many parts of the world. Again you cannot do anything about your home's accessibility to specific things, but it does play a role in the price of your property. Your agent will work with you to highlight the places of interest that are most accessible to your home.
Here are a few important areas to think about:
> Public transportation
> Main roads
> Shopping centers
> Schools and other educational institutions
> Outdoor areas - public pools, parks, playgrounds