Selling Your Home
The question "how much can I get for my home?" will return many answers depending on whom you ask. But it's only the potential buyer's response that matters. Correctly valuating your home is tricky, but Shorewest can help you with each aspect to make sure you get the most return on your home's sale. Helping you with renovating, marketing, and closing, we're there for you every step of the way!
Valuating Your Home
There are so many factors that go into estimating a home's market value, some of which are beyond your control. Shorewest can help you make sense of it all and prepare you for incoming offers.
Our sales associates can provide a free, no-obligation Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). This will put your home in perspective by offering pricing reference points based on similar homes and competition within the area. This is the most accurate way of determining your home's worth and gives you a better idea of a future sale price.
You want to stay as informed as your potential buyers, and you'll need an agent to do that. Learn more on how our agents can help you today!
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Preparing for Sale
You want possible buyers to walk away thinking they couldn't live without it. So, your home should look the part. "Curb appeal" isn't the only selling point. You should spruce up the front yard, paint those chipped edges, and perform the most thorough cleaning of your home's existence. There's so much more to be done, but our checklist has you covered.
Coordinating Your Move
You've finally made it to the stage where you need to start boxing up personal items and coordinating your move out of the home. Don't sweat thinking about how you'll package up the entire house. Let one of our experienced Home Services Coordinators take over. They will handle all of the secondary tasks associated with moving, like finding a moving team and transferring utilities.
Closing the Sale
Now that you've found a qualified buyer, it's time to close the sale! All involved parties – you, your Shorewest agent, the buyer, their respective agent, and an closing agent from the title company – will review the final paperwork together.