SELLING

5- Step Home Seller's Guide

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Selling a home is among the most significant financial decisions in your life and it's something I take very seriously. My goal is to prepare you and your home for sale and to guide you confidently and successfully  through the process. My strategies in preparing, packaging and introducing your home to the market and in being your exclusive representative while presenting your home to the market as well as your negotiator when offers are in play, working with you through the close of escrow and always available thereafter.

1. Preparation
 

Is your home prepared to sell? The first step our the initial consultation to discuss staging (small accents to full home staging), professional cleaning, listing strategies, and marketing timelines. It is important to understand that when your home goes to market it should be presented in its best light.

2. Going To Market

You've prepared so well and the the marketing is getting attention. It is important to provide the optimal exposure (broker preview, open house, and private showings) to allow as many qualified buyers see your home until it is sold. 

3. Negotiating Offers

The residential purchase purchase agreement (also known as the RPA) is the contract California Association of Realtors has created for purchase of residential property. It is important you have a clear understanding of all contract terms in addition to the purchase price offered. Once a seller has accepted an offer in writing, they generally do not have the unilateral ability to cancel the transaction, so it's important to be sure that all items are negotiated before accepting an offer.

4. Escrow

The escrow company is a neutral third party with the responsibility of overseeing the contract to make certain that no funds or property will change hands until all terms and conditions of the purchase contract have been met and make sure that the interests of all parties to the transaction are protected.

5. Closing

Close of escrow happens when the notarized grant deed that the seller has signed is recorded at the county recorder's office. This deed transfers title of property from seller to the new buyer. Congratulations, you have officially sold your home!
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Whether you want to buy or sell, I will oversee every step to ensure you are taken care of. I look forward to earning your family's trust and leveraging my vast network of services for your benefit.