How can you get your home sold quickly? What should you look for in a real estate agent when selling your home? What sort of marketing will a good real estate agent do to sell a home? findwell agent Tamar Baber discusses these questions in the latest installment of Ask an Agent.
Q: How can I get my home sold quickly?
A: To get your home sold quickly, there are some important factors to consider. The first one is price. Pricing is key to get the home sold. Any home can sell for the right price.
The second one is presentation. Your home should be in good condition, very clean, anything that’s broken should be fixed, and have a pleasant appearance.
The third thing is that you should have it well presented and choose the right real estate agent to help you do all of this. There are some that are better than others at marketing and making sure that your home is properly exposed to get it sold.
Q: What should I look for in a real estate agent when selling my home?
A: To find a good listing agent, you should first find someone who is experienced and experienced in the type of home that you have to sell. You should find somebody that you enjoy working with, of course, that seems to understand the motivation behind you selling your home and is going to do what it takes to get your home sold and meet your needs at the same time.
Q: What sort of marketing will a good real estate agent do to sell a home?
A: A good agent will pull out everything they know to be effective in getting your home sold. The first thing, of course, is to get it listed in the MLS. Some other things are to have a professional sign installed with professional flyers that describe the value of your home. The third thing is to make sure that it is made available to everybody who is going to be looking for a home, including other real estate agents. You do this by having it available on all internet sites throughout the area and the country, if need be. You hold open houses to make sure that the home gets proper exposure and then you keep tabs on the home to make sure it’s well-priced and still competitive in the market.