This is our Traditional Selling Program for listing your home on the market using a Professional REALTOR® and posting the property on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service). We realize there are many different seller scenarios so we don’t have a one size fits all approach. We’ll work with you to come up with a customized Selling plan together. We’ve Never Not been able to Sell A Home, It WILL SELL!
Call Jerrod Butler Today, 719-SELL NOW (719-735-5669)
This program is Not for people in a distressed or short sale situation. For those that are in a distressed or short sale situation we would like to refer you to our Wish For Help or WishToSellFast programs which may better suit your needs.
We don’t take a one size fits all approach, we realize sellers may have different time frames in which they want or need to sell or they may have different amounts of equity to work with. Some sellers such as those in the military often times have to sell in a very specific time frame. Other sellers don’t have enough equity to pay what might be considered a full 6% commission among other selling fees without going in to a short sale situation. We understand all that and we will work with you to meet your needs.
Why Wish Property Group?
1. Customized Selling Plan with accountability and consequences to get the results you want or need. 2. If you Sell your existing home and Buy another with us you get an upfront 1% discount off REALTOR® fees. 3. We List Your Home on the Pikes Peak MLS 4. We List Your Home on the Denver Metro MLS (many buyers come from Denver) 5. Guaranteed Sale of Your Home or we’ll buy it option available. 6. Massive Internet marketing exposure to over 300 internet marketing syndicates to reach potential buyers. 7. Profession Photography of your Home. 8. 360 Virtual Tour of your Home. 9. 90 minute Professional Staging Consultation (if you desire). 10. Consultation to help you determine what upgrades will maximize your profit. 11. Showing Time Automated Scheduling and Feedback system. (feedback from Buyers/Agents that show your home) 12. Electronic Lockbox that logs access to your property. 13. Weekly reporting on marketing efforts and market analysis of comparable properties. 14. Additional Social Media “Showcasing” of your property to get you Massive Internet Marketing exposure. 15. Sign in the Yard and directional signs to your Home. (if logistically feasible) 16. Flyers placed curbside and in the Home. 17. Minimum of 4 hours of Open House time. (should you desire)
How Much Lead Time Do You Need to Sell Your Home?
You are going to need 60 days at least to get prepared to sell your home. You should plan for a few weeks that your home will be on the market depending on what you price it at and how desirable your home is. We can typically pinpoint within a few days as to how long we think your home will be on the market before you get it under contract. Once you get your home under contract then it takes about 30 to 40 days for the average buyer to do the inspections and appraisals needed to get the loan funded and close within that time.
Listing Presentation – Next Steps, Call Today 719-SELL-NOW (719-735-5669)
Call to schedule an appointment with one of our REALTORS® who will come out and preview your home and go through a Listing presentation.
The Listing presentation would be an opportunity to review the listing and selling process in more detail with the REALTOR® face to face. The listing presentation would be an introduction to get to know each other and go over considerations that relate directly to your property situation.
A preview or tour of the home would be done and a more extensive Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) would be reviewed in detail. A Net proceeds breakdown would be drafted up which details how much you could get in Net proceeds with all the fees, taxes, commissions, and possible repairs needed.
The end goal of the on site consultation would be to hammer out details in a listing agreement such as commissions, pricing strategy, and timing. It is perfectly understandable that you may need more time to process after the first consultation. There is no obligation after this consultation, we can part ways as friends or continue on in getting your home sold. You can look at this as an interview process in determining if you want to hire us. We would love to work with you, give us a call and let’s get you on the move!
3 Key Factors in Selling a Home
Price, Condition, and Marketing are the 3 primary factors to effectively selling a home. Price as it relates to Condition in comparison to other recently sold properties is key to getting pricing right. Marketing is also very important. Because internet marketing is so important, we syndicate your home out to over 300 internet vendors to maximize your exposure on the internet. We also “Showcase” your property through Social Media such as Facebook which gets you massive internet marketing exposure. We also pay for a 90 minute Professional Home Staging Consultation and Professional Photography when you list with us because it is so important. Staging helps make the pictures look very good on the internet and you only get one first impression when someone walks in the door.
Effective Pricing Strategy
Neither you nor do we really set the value of your home, the market does. By generating a Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) and visiting the home to look at condition first hand, we can tell what fair market value is and how long we can expect before it sells, the numbers don’t lie. Factoring in current market conditions and calculating absorption rate is very important just as well to project at what price and when the home will sell.
You should be mindful that it is ethically wrong for a REALTOR® to list your home too high without letting you know, in order to just make you happy and get you to list with them (reference National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, Article I – Standard of Practice 1 -3)(http://www.realtor.org/governance/governing-documents/the-code-of-ethics). This is playing on emotion and not logically looking at the numbers or other facts around an effective pricing strategy. It’s OK to initially set the price high to test the market as long as there is full disclosure and understanding with the seller. Setting the price too high initially can allow for perceived value and negotiating room, but it is risky. Starting too high and dropping the price later misses the excitement and fails to generate strong activity. If you do set the price high initially, it is recommended to schedule price reductions regularly.
When You Are Ready, Give Jerrod a Call, 719-SELL-NOW (719-735-5669)