Your agent is an important part of your team as you work to sell your home or property. You should choose an agent who you can communicate and work well with, and who shows passion, professionalism, and expertise. At Century 21 – Red Shoe Realty, each of our agents work with a practical, focused approach that our clients rely on for a smooth selling process.
The next step in selling your property is organizing relevant information that will help your potential buyers feel excited, informed, and ready to check out your home.
Your Century 21 – Red Shoe Realty agent will work with you to walk through the list of information you may need in order to list your home. Some of the most common items you’ll need are:
- Abstract/title policy
- Utility bill averages
- Insurance claims, if applicable
- List of the improvements you’ve made in the last 5-10 years
You’ll work side-by-side with your agent to prepare your home to be listed!
Our Century 21 – Red Shoe Realty team are local market experts and will work to collect and analyze market data in order to position your home appropriately. Together, you’ll use the market analysis to determine the best listing price for your home in order to best attract your ideal potential buyer.
According to the National Association of Realtors, it takes eight seconds from the time a buyer drives up to your home to determine if they may purchase it or not. Preparing your home to sell is a vital step in the selling process.
Your Red Shoe Realty agent will walk through your property with you and guide you through each recommended preparation step to list your home. In addition, you can take advantage of a complimentary home staging consultation to make sure that your home is in ideal condition when potential buyers walk through the front door!
With each offer you receive, your Red Shoe Realty agent will discuss each component of the offer with you so that you feel completely knowledgeable about what it entails. You are in charge of this stage, and your agent is there to provide information that you need in order to make an informed, confident decision.
Once you’ve accepted a purchase agreement, there are varying steps leading up to closing day. Your agent will guide you through each item and ensure that you are prepared for the day of closing.