The prelisting period is when we are getting your home ready to be put on the market, and there are a number of important pieces involved.
- Home evaluation
- Comps and Pricing
- Repairs / Cleanup
- Staging / Lighting
- Listing Agreement
The listing period happens the days around the actual day your home is listed in the MLS and includes…
- Sign and Keybox
- ShowingTime setup
- Listing validation
Now that your home is officially listed it’s time to get some showings!
- Accept requests via ShowingTime
- Try to be as flexible as possible
- Be sure valuables and medicines are removed or locked up
- Turn lights on!
- Remove pets
- Remove odors – cooking, pets, teenagers 🙂
- Feedback will be requested on all showings and forwarded as soon as received
Any offer I receive will be discussed with you as soon as possible!
- I will contact all other showing agents to try and drum up multiple offers
- Accept / Reject / Counter
Showings by me
It is my goal to bring the best buyer to you, no matter if me or another agent is working with them. For anyone that I show your home to I will require a proof of funds (pre-approval letter or bank statement). This is a protection to you and I.
You are the client so I will work with you as desired, but my general policy based on personal experience and that of other agents in our office is that open houses are usually not a good use of anyone’s time. Truly motivated buyers will be working with an agent, or contact me directly for a viewing. I would rather not spend either of our valuable family time sitting at an open house.