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What is Your Motivation to Sell?

Posted by Mas Zaini-Roberts on Friday, April 26th, 2019 at 2:04pm.

Often times, selling your home can be an emotionally exhausting experience. As homeowners, you will accumulate so many memories, hopefully, happy and perhaps some poignant. Some of your most cherished memories could be starting a family and bringing your new baby home, or those numerous family and friends gathering for the holidays like New Year’s, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. This might have been the very first home you’ve purchased or worked on getting your home renovated to exactly how you wanted it to be. Whatever the motivation it is so important to make sure you are working with a GREAT Realtor® that will help you navigate through these emotional roller coasters and help guide you throughout the real estate process. Situations change and maybe now you are empty nesters and want something that fits your new lifestyle or maybe your family is growing, and it is time to go bigger.

Perhaps, you want to move to another city for a promotion or job relocation. It could be that you want to move closer to your kids or grandchildren. There are just simply so many reasons why people move and figuring this out is a great start to your new adventure that awaits you. Here are some few tips in order to sell your property in a timely manner that will avoid unnecessary stress and frustrations. One of the most difficult things to do is to try to emotionally detach and it helps if you can stay focused on the “Why” you’re selling the property. Then you will be able to start separating your feelings from your wants or needs. Knowing why you’re selling your property will allow you to focus on the future and slowly get away from the emotional connection that you once had with the property.

The next step is to review the comparable market analysis with your Realtor® to help determine the current market value of your property to the subdivisions in your neighborhood. A competent, motivated and strong Realtor® will be able to provide you the comparable market analysis to make sure you are making a fully informed decision. Market analysis gives you real-time data and statistics of the average days on market for similar properties like yours and helps to determine the current market value of your property as well as being knowledgeable regarding the current real estate market conditions.

A GREAT Realtor® will be able to point out what the advantages that you have over your competition and be able to effectively market those unique features to the right target market. The Realtor® that you choose should show you a step by step strategic marketing plan to get buyers and other real estate agents excited about viewing your property. Your listing agent’s job is to provide you with a detailed pre-marketing plan, online marketing, and advanced lead generation efforts in order to drive the most exposure to your property.

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