Selling a home can be stressful. Will you get the price you are hoping for? How long will it take to sell? What do you have to do to get it ready for sale? We get those questions from sellers every day.

Choosing a findwell agent will give you a clearer path to a successful sale of your home. Your agent is an experienced real estate professional who will consult with you on pricing strategy, marketing, staging and prepping your home for sale. Our agents are also tireless negotiators who will successfully guide you through offers, inspections and closing. Our listings consistently sell for higher prices with shorter market times than average.

 Steps to a Quick Sale

Our agents want you to sell your home quickly for top dollar. We insist that our agents see the home in person so that we know what we are selling. This onsite visit is also where we can discuss items that need attention before bringing the home on the market, along with staging and pricing advice.

 Setting the Right Price

After your onsite visit, we put hours and hours of research into your CMA (Comparative Market Analysis). We evaluate trends in your local market – for instance average days on market, average sale price, and current inventory. Your agent will personally tour your competitors and drive by the most recently sold. Our CMAs will effectively zone in on a realistic sales price range. We’re not all-knowing about prices, as the market will ultimately determine a home’s value, but we analyze hundreds of properties a year and use this experience to set your asking price as realistic as possible. We won’t over-promise on price just to get your business.

 Make the Home Look Great

In addition to setting the right price, we’ll make sure that your home looks its best in-person and online. We provide professional photos, enticing marketing descriptions, yard signs, flyers and online listings that will compel buyers to want to see your house. Because we share our listings automatically with other brokers, your home will get just as much online marketing exposure as using a large brokerage. (We’re pretty sure that our marketing exposure is even better than many traditional agents!)

 Monitor Your Progress

When your property doesn’t sell right away, it is important that your agent is tracking activity and following up with prospective buyers. You will receive real-time feedback from agents who have shown your home along with weekly market updates from your agent about what is and isn’t selling in your area.