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Congratulations. You’re ready to sell your property. And, while you’re looking forward to seeing the word “SOLD” posted from the curb, you know there’s a lot to consider along the way. You deserve much more than a sign in the yard, flyers in a box and an occasional open house. You deserve an agent who will be at your side, from listing to closing, ensuring that your property sells smoothly and you get the most money possible from the sale. Our local real estate market expertise means we are able to interpret all data that dictates the optimum pricing strategy, so your property will be priced to sell. We dig deep to learn the unique selling points of your property and neighborhood. So our marketing plan and staging strategies will effectively target and attract your potential buyers. It’s a formula for success. We appreciate the opportunity to work with you.



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Staging uses design and conceptualization techniques. The objective is to have potential buyers walk in and envision the property as their home. They can see  themselves living and entertaining there. It’s all about creating a space that makes buyers connect emotionally to it. They  should feel as if they were the owner, not a guest. As a seller, in order to do this effectively, you need to make your house as impersonal and attractive as possible to stimulate the buyer’s visual acuity.

We recommend arranging for a professional staging consultation of your home to cast a positive light on the features most important to buyers: uncluttered rooms and closets, fresh paint, and terrific curb appeal.

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Statistics from NAR (National Association of Realtors). In 2014, 92% of buyers use the internet in some way in their home search process and 50% of buyers use a mobile website or application in their home search.

Your First Showing is ONLINE! That’s why I invest in Professional, HD photos for all of my listings.

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We will create a customized open house schedule to promote your property to prospective buyers and advertise the open house through real estate websites and social media.

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Another important approach to marketing a home is to let the Real Estate Agent network and all of their prospective buyers know about your home, plus the extended sphere of both my and their referral connections! I broadcast all of my listings out via email blasts and Social Media through:

  • Facebook
  • Trulia
  • Twitter
  • Zillow
  • Realtor.com
  • listings unlimited
  • Nestigator

 Envelope.jpegPre-Inspection

More and more sellers today are seeing the value of investing in a pre-inspection on the property they are preparing to list. Whether or not you are confident in the condition of the home, an inspection can either give us professional, third-party validation, or reveal issues you should attend to before listing your property – issues a buyer inspection could surface later, making them part of the final price negotiation.

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We need to get the word out! An important approach to marketing a home is to let the neighbors know the home is for sale. People enjoy having friends and loved ones close by to where they live, so we want to get the word out to the neighbors and get them working with us to bring you a buyer!

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Optimize your home’s internet presence by posting information in the local and global MLS systems, including plenty of photographs and a description of your property.

Steve Wittrock
Steve Wittrock
Owner/Realtor