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The Listing Strategy for Your Home

  • Photography and Staging – It’s no surprise that most buyers are searching for homes online nowadays, so having high-quality pictures of a properly staged home is crucial. The better your home looks and the more high quality pictures there are to see, the more buyers will want to schedule a showing. The more potential buyers that come through your door, the quicker you’ll receive an offer. With nearly 12 years’ experience, I’m dedicated to providing advice to properly stage your home and to utilize the maximum amount of quality pictures that our MLS system allows. When you’re ready to get started, please contact me and I’ll show you what we can do for you.
  • Intelligent Pricing Strategy – There are reasons why some homes sell in a timely fashion and others tend to go stale on the market. One of the biggest reasons for homes not selling is because they are not properly priced. Although a Comparative Market Analysis is a great tool, there are several other measures that need to be used in order to price your home that benefits you the best like market conditions, market seasonality, and your priorities. I’ll lay everything out so that you can make a quality decision based on all of these factors.
  • Effective Marketing – Marketing to many agents is simply putting a sign in your front yard, but effective marketing goes well beyond that. Again, since most people begin their home search online, the listing strategy for your property should be centered around the internet, while still using other conventional methods. Here, your home will be marketed in the following ways: featured in over 180 websites, front page attention on this site which is one of the top websites in the county, national syndication, social media exposure, virtual tour with a QR code, print ads, and inter-office marketing.
  • Great Follow Up – One of the biggest complaints that I hear from sellers who have sold in the past is that they never hear from the agent after their home is listed. They see them twice, at the listing presentation and if the home sells. Selling a home can be very stressful, and great communication can help combat the stress. You’ll obviously be notified when someone wants to see your home, but I’ll also provide you with feedback from the showing agent afterwards. After I list your home or condo, I’ll notify you whenever a new listing comes on the market in your neighborhood so you know your competition. Finally, you’ll receive weekly reports of what homes went under contract so we can analyze why yours didn’t.

Other Links for Home Sellers:

What’s Your Home Worth

Seller Resources

Real Estate Articles for Sellers


Jeff Nelson