If you’re looking to sell or want answers to your questions, we’ll help you gather all the data and assist you with all the expertise you need.
We’ll help you determine your motivation for selling, what you hope to accomplish out of the experience, and any important timelines.
The most important factor of selling your home is the price. We’ll provide you with a comparative market analysis report that will determine what pricing strategy works best for your home.
We'll get to work to determine if any repairs or improvements should be completed before listing your home. If that's the case, we'll get our trusted contractors involved to assist you with any necessary improvements.
We will ensure that your listing is put in front of as many potential buyers as possible. We utilize the power of email blasts, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, as well as print and direct mail.
Here’s the fun part — the showings! From our marketing, buyers will come to take a look at your home to determine if it's "the one" for them.
Once buyers are interested, we will help receive offers and negotiate the best terms for you.
And finally, it’s time for closing! Your home will go under contract and we'll assist with making sure your contract closes in time.
It’s important to know there is no magic sales price. The price of your home is dependent on a few variables, including the average selling price in your location, time of year, and condition of your home.
A CMA is a tool that helps real estate agents determine a selling price for your home. It’s based on a number of things — we look through factors like the recent homes sold in your neighborhood, the location of your home, square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and any special features like pools or finished basements.
Zillow’s estimates (called Zestimates) are not designed to take the place of a CMA. As a matter of fact, Zillow’s own website states: “…it should be used as a starting point. We encourage buyers, sellers and homeowners to supplement the Zestimate with other research such as visiting the home, getting a professional appraisal of the home, or requesting a comparative market analysis (CMA) from a real estate agent.”
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) says that the average home in the U.S. sold within 21 days of listing. You can take this number, plus the length of the average home loan and (about 46 days), that’ll get you around a two-month timeline.
But if you want a more exact timeline, contact the agents at The Cassity Team to set up a time to discuss additional factors.
Before you put your home on the market, make sure that you declutter, clean, and make any necessary repairs to your home, including a fresh coat of paint, fixing loose handles and knobs, and replacing burnt out light bulbs.