Preparation. Pricing. Marketing.
Preparation: Prepping your home prior to sale should at a minimum include cleaning all rooms, removing clutter, and de-personalizing the space. You need the buyer to envision themselves living there, not you. You may also want to consider modest home improvements such as updating the kitchen, bathrooms, and flooring as well as sprucing up the landscaping to improve your home’s curb appeal. Finally, you may want to stage your home for sale which typically involves new paint, bringing in strategic furnishings, and accent pieces.
Pricing: There are many factors that must be accounted for when pricing your home for sale. Beyond the size, physical condition and architectural features of your home its proximity to shops, restaurants, schools, parks, and public transportation will significantly affect its value. Our in-depth knowledge of Denver’s micro neighborhoods and current pricing trends can help you accurately determine the value of your home.
Marketing: A well-executed marketing campaign exposes your home to the largest pool of buyers which therefore results in more offers making it possible for you to achieve the highest possible sale price – a little like Newton’s Law of Motion – or something like that. With today’s technology at most buyers fingertips, statistically, almost all buyers start their search for a home online! We know how to get your property noticed on the Internet, we post all of our listings to the Denver Metro MLS.
All of our marketing campaigns include photography, well written copy highlighting the best features of your home, coordinated open home showings, and networking with the most active real estate professionals.
Get in touch with us or fill out our “What’s my home worth” below if you’d like an opinion of value for your home including recent comparable sales, including a list of nearby homes currently on the market.
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