Carol Lollich, Broker-Owner
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These are the
things your Realtor should do
Survey your market's recent comparable sales and those homes currently on the market, in order to help you decide what your listing price should be, and what the actual sales price might be.
Give you an estimate of your net proceeds from the sale, based upon the projected sales price, your outstanding loan balances, and closing costs.
Give you suggestions on how to prepare your home for sale.
Provide a list of service providers for termite inspections, repair work, painting, etc.
Advise you step-by-step what to expect in the selling process.
Actively promote your home to the other agents in the market area who are most likely to bring the buyer, and to the public via newspaper, direct mail, and internet advertising (all our listings appear on at least four web Sites, with color photos).
Keep you informed regarding feedback from other agents who show your property.
Be ready to help the agent who brings the buyer in obtaining buyer financing, or anything else required to make sure you have a successful sale.
Keep you informed every step of the way through the selling process and escrow.
Actively represent your best interests from the time the sign goes up, until you have your check!