selling your home?

A house isn’t just a house. It’s a place where you’ve grown a family, made memories, and invested your hard-earned money in making it more than a house. It’s home. You might have questions on how the process works, and I’m here to help answer those questions!

learn about the matt moore difference

custom listing webpage

view a sample here

a beautifully designed custom webpage to showcase your home in the best way possible. it's an all-in-one, one stop shop personalized to your home.

photos that make your home sell

Professional photography is used to showcase your beautiful home in the best way possible. It’s proven – studies show homes with high quality photography sell up to 32% faster AND on average sell up to $11,000 more than without!

High quality photography just isn’t enough by itself anymore. To generate real buzz, a video walkthrough can be performed to give the buyers a sense of the spatial dimensions of and “flow” of your home.

video walkthrough

social media frenzy

Use the power of my social media followings to reach over 10,000 people organically. Pair this with targeted Facebook & Instagram ads, your homes will reach the masses to create a “frenzy” around your home!

Email Blasts

My list of ready buyers will receive email updates for your home, further increasing the chance that we draw the perfect offer!

selling your home faqs

What Are My First Steps?

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

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COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

COLLAPSE

Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

answer

COLLAPSE

Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

answer

COLLAPSE

No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

answer

COLLAPSE

A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


answer

COLLAPSE

So you’ve decided to sell your property – great! Before you do anything else, it’s time to sit down and identify your motivations and a time frame you want the whole process to be completed by. Clarity on this part will help us figure out what the proper course of action should be based on your real estate goals.

Then it’s time to start packing, clearing the clutter, and making some improvements to your home to clear some hurdles for potential buyers.

answer

COLLAPSE

Who you choose as your listing agent will make a big difference for how quickly your home sells and how much it’ll sell for. We provide our clients with a deep and structured marketing plan to get your home in front of as many eyeballs as possible.

When listing your home, you’ll get a lot of “pie in the sky” promises that they’ll sell your home for the highest price. In the end, talk is cheap. You’ll want to find someone who has the market knowledge and analysis to back up their claims, as well as the market positioning to get your listing in front of tens of thousands. It’s so important to find a real estate professional who understands your situation, listens to your concerns, and offers real, executable advice on what steps to take next.

If you’re at the stage of choosing a listing agent, we hope you give us a call!

answer

COLLAPSE

The most important think you can do when preparing you home to sell is to take a step back and think like a buyer would. What can you do to “freshen up” your home? Are there some rooms that need some fresh paint? Do some rooms have stains in the carpet? Is there a lot of clutter around your house? ALL of these things and more can turn off a potential homebuyer viewing your house, so make sure to correct these before the first showing!

If you’re not sure what “quick fixes” your home might need, ask your real estate agent what they think. Many times, you can add a lot of curb appeal inexpensively with a little effort.



answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

This is very common! In fact, most people need to have as little overlap as possible between one home to their next one. We can help you evaluate how quickly homes are selling to give you an estimate for how long your home search window should be. 

answer

COLLAPSE

Not reliably. The Zillows or Trulias of the internet provide algorithm-based “estimates” for how much a property is worth. Many times, these estimates can be flat out wrong because the data going into the calculations may not be up to date, or inaccurate, which can throw off a property’s calculated worth.

The best way to get an accurate idea of what your home is worth is to contact a real estate agent to perform a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) which compares your home and all of its features to that of similar properties which recently sold nearby.


answer

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Your real estate agent will be your best friend in determining a reasonable listing price. Our market knowledge and research will give you the best idea for what your home is worth, and the “market temperature” will give your agent insight on how quickly homes are selling.

In the end it comes down to your real estate goals. Your agent will be able to tell you where you should list based on those goals (hint hint, give us a call!).

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Leave that to us! Our marketing tactics are very strategic and leverage the power of the MLS, video, social media, email, and digital outreach. Your home will have a large network and a lot of people checking it out, so just sit back, relax, and know your home is in the best hands. 

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No one likes to overpay for something. That’s especially important for the largest financial purchase you’ll make. Overpaying for a home can put you “underwater” quickly, meaning you’ll immediately owe more than the home is worth right off the bat!

To get the best deal, it’s paramount to know the market and comparable sales in the area. Your real estate agent will be crucial in this step, as a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) can give you a great idea how much a home is really worth in the current market.

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A home inspection is not a requirement to purchase a home. But most times, I HIGHLY recommend it! Think of how complex a home is – you have duct work, plumbing, electrical, foundations, roofing, appliances, heating, cooling, etc…a lot of components that can develop problems. The last thing you want in a new home is to have to deal with a big repair expense right after moving in!

Inspections can help discover problems ranging from major structural issues, to minor quick fixes. With the proper contingencies in place, an inspection can prevent you from buying a home riddled with problems that you may not have known about otherwise.


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