Selling Your Home or Business Property

To assist you in the sale of your home, we have outlined the steps and ways in which we can assist you.

Step One: Prepare to Sell

When you get ready to sell your home there are usually some simple improvements that can help you get the most for your house and sell it quickly. Our sales professionals can help you focus your efforts on the things that make a difference to buyers.

Step Two: Learn its value before you list

Setting the right price before you list is critical to getting the most for your home and selling it quickly. Having a professional with experience in your neighborhood prepare a Competitive Market Analysis (CMA) gives you the facts and insights to set the right price.

Step Three: Choose a Professional

A great sales associate helps you better understand the selling process and gives you a number of advantages in selling your home. Their local knowledge of home values and their expertise in pricing and negotiation are important assets in getting the most for your property. The professionals at Coldwell Banker Reeves have the knowledge and experience to help you get the most from your investment.

Step Four: Marketing and Networking

Getting the best price is about bringing you the right buyers for your home. This is a combination of a solid marketing plan, targeted media exposure, and taking advantage of our powerful network of local and out-of-town buyers. These resources are valuable when finding a buyer for your home. If you're interested in listing your home with us, please call us so we can get started!

Other Very Important Aspects to Selling

  • Curb appeal- Take a look at your home from the street and see if something could be improved.
  • Showings- Be prepared for your home to be shown. Make arrangements, if at all possible, to be gone while the real estate agent shows your home. Buyers have a tendency to rush through if the homeowner is present.
  • Pets- Indoor or outdoor pets can have a negative impact on a potential buyer. Try to minimize the presence of your pet such as toys, food or water bowls and eliminating odors.
  • Painting- Fresh paint may help your rooms appear new and clean. Neutral colors appeal to a broader range of buyers.
  • Small Repairs- Small repairs can make a big impact on buyers. Look for things that can be easily fixed but may cause a buyer to wonder if other problems exist.
  • Work Items- Put away items such as vacuum cleaners, brooms, mops or lawn equipment. These things sometimes remind buyers of work.
  • De-Clutter- Rooms appear larger without clutter or excessive furniture. Consider renting a storage shed if your rooms are too crowded and extra space is needed.
  • Harmonize- Have soft music on in the back ground makes your home feel more welcome and comfortable. Spray a light room spray just before leaving and open the curtains or blinds and turn the lights on for an inviting feeling.
  • Pride in Ownership- Cleanliness attracts buyers. Make sure your bathrooms and kitchen sparkle.
  • Depersonalize- A buyer needs to be able to visualize their personal items in your home. Clear off kitchen counters, pack away the collectibles and look for a simpler look.
  • Securing Items- As a precaution put away all prescription medications, jewelry, guns and small valuables before your home is shown.
  • Consider the weather- Keep your home comfortable during showings. Keep the thermostat around 70 degrees and make sure there’s a mat or rug out for buyers if it’s raining.