Selling your home can be quite the production. There are many roles you need to play: salesperson, negotiator, accountant, and attorney. When you are dealing with your most valuable asset, there is no second take. You need to get it right the first time. That is why it makes sense to hire an experienced Real Estate Professional with a proven track record to market your home and handle the transaction right from the beginning.
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From the moment Margaret Biegelman meets with a seller, until closing and beyond, she focuses not only on meeting their needs but on exceeding their expectations. To do this, she works together with her sellers as a team in developing an effective marketing plan that takes into consideration individual circumstances, goals, and concerns. Regardless of the current market condition, she has a crystal clear vision of what it takes to be successful in helping people accomplish their real estate goals. Margaret understands that caring about her client's goals is her #1 priority.
The first critical step once you choose who will represent you in your sale is pricing your home. Look around for similar houses for sale in your neighborhood and price range. Of course, the location, interior, and exterior will make a large difference. The decision of the real estate agent you choose should be based on the Best Services and Marketing Plan. An agent doesn’t control the market. Never select an agent based on price. The market determines the value, the agent determines the marketing plan.
The next step is getting preparing your house to say “Choose Me” among all the competition to potential buyers. Decluttering and de-personalizing are necessary steps in preparing to sell. Too many personal photos or items can distract potential buyers from the details of the home that are important to the sale. You want buyers to walk-thru your home and visualize themselves living there. Buyers make a purchasing decision based on emotion and justify their decision with logic. Your home must be appealing to the eye and priced competitively based on the current market.