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SHERVINSHIRAZI

SHERVIN SHIRAZI

FOR SELLERS

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These are key factors in getting your property sold at the best price, quickly and with minimum hassle. I will ensure your property is marketed well to maximize its exposure to other real estate agents and the public.  

  1. Define your needs. Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, "Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?" For example, a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home, or a job opportunity in another city may necessitate a move. For your goals, write down if you'd like to sell your house within a certain time frame or make a particular profit margin.  I will work with you to map out the best path to achieve your objectives and set a realistic time frame for the sale.
  2. repare your home.  It's time to get your house in tip-top shape. The condition of your home will affect how quickly it sells and the price the buyer is willing to offer.  First impressions are the most important. I can help you take a fresh look at your home and suggest ways to stage it and make it more appealing to buyers. 
  3. Name your price. The next objective should be to determine the best possible selling price for your house. Setting a fair asking price from the outset will generate the most activity from other real estate agents and buyers. You will need to take into account the condition of your home, what comparable homes in your neighborhood are selling for, and state of the overall market in your area. It's often difficult to remain unbiased when putting a price on your home. I know when and where to market your property to generate the most interest and potential sales opportunities. When you do receive offers on your home, I will help you objectively evaluate every buyer’s proposal without compromising your goals.

  • A home with too much "personality" is harder to sell. Removing family photos, mementos and personalized decor will help buyers visualize the home as theirs.
  • Make minor repairs and replacements. Small defects, such as a leaky faucet, a torn screen or a worn doormat, can ruin the buyer's first impression.
  • Make sure you have removed all knick-knacks from your shelves and cleared all your bathroom and kitchen counters to make every area seem as spacious as possible.