Sign on the Dotted Line
You will need to make a service contract with us and accept the same in writing by putting your signature on it after you have decided on the realtor, broker, or real estate agent you wish to work with. Your agent will help you walk through the required paperwork.
Prepare your House
Your real estate agent will work with you and provide appropriate recommendations on how to prepare your property for sale. This often involves professional staging and ultra-high-definition photography/videography.
Put Your Home on the Multiple Listing Service
When your property is prepared to host open houses, your agent will put it on the Multiple Listing Service, more commonly referred to as the MLS. This effectively notifies potential buyers and their agents that your home is available for ready purchase. Your realtor will also devote time as well as utilize our state-of-the-art resources for the online promotion of your real estate.
Stage Your Home and Organize Open Houses
Now that your property is officially enlisted on the real estate market, prospective buyers will want to visit your premises at their convenience for an initial inspection and briefing. This will be accomplished through pre-arranged showings and open houses. You should discuss with your broker the suitable times to carry out such promotional activities.
Receive Proposals from Prospective Buyers
Depending on the current market performance, you may receive multiple bids at the same time or simply one. Your real estate agent will guide you through the specifics of each offer to make sure you understand and are satisfied with the one you are about to select.
Accept an Offer That You May Like
Congratulations on selling your home for top dollar! Your realtor will now guide you through the sales paperwork and help you with fulfilling the necessary formalities.
Allow ample time to disassemble and pack your belongings, furniture, etc. You must also make certain that nothing that was categorically included in the purchase agreement is removed from your property. If you are not sure if something should stay or go with you when you move out, do not hesitate to inquire with your real estate agent.
Complete the Necessary Formalities on Closing Day
You will be assisted by a real estate lawyer referred by us on the day of closing to sign the final sales documents. You are also expected to leave your house keys with your attorney so that they could be collected by the new owner/s before arrival.
Reach out to any of our real estate advisors to learn how you can expect to benefit immensely from utilizing our seller support services.