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Is your Realtor/agent a control freak?

Control Freaks? Yes, when we sell a home, we like to control all aspects of the process, not just the negotiations. We do this because we think it is our responsibility that the house  goes to closing with happy sellers and buyers.

Once the house is under contract, we follow up with the buyer/buyer’s agent about any planned home-inspections, then we go to these inspections, checking in with the inspector, introducing ourselves to everyone. We do this because we believe that it is our job to make sure that everyone knows we are personally invested in the sales process and that there are no future ‘issues’ for either party.

We are now in an appreciating market, unlike the depreciating market we’ve been in for several years. In this current market, it is too difficult to “hope and wish” that the property will appraise for the sales price. If we are representing the seller, after the inspection(s), but before the appraisal, we take the lockbox off the door, calling the appraiser in advance, and telling him/her why we want them to “go through” us for their property visit. We do this so that we are able to meet and talk with the appraiser. Taking the lockbox off, meeting and personally opening the house for the appraiser, enables us to validate the sales price. We do this no matter which side we are representing.

What does your agent do for you? If you are not being represented in all areas of the sale, call us and allow us to show you how we sell houses. We’re a short call, text or email away!

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