The Home Selling Experience
By Piché and Associates
At Piché & Associates Real Estate, we look at home selling as a journey and not a process. Along the way there are a number of steps that you will follow and our Associates will guide you through each and every one of them. It is our Associates’ knowledge of these points along the journey, their ability to listen to you and counsel you, and their professionalism that adds the value to your experience of selling a home. Your Associate’s job is not just to provide you with service, but to make sure the total experience meets your expectations.
It all starts with the consultation between you and one of our Associates prior to listing your property.
Today’s home seller comes to the table with more information, expectations and oftentimes experience than ever before and our Associates anticipate this when they first meet with you at a pre-listing consultation. They want to hear your expectations and motivations about selling your home.
This is your opportunity to openly discuss price expectations, mortgage balances and how compensation in the real estate transaction works. Our Associates will come to the meeting with knowledge of current market conditions ready to discuss with you.
Our Associates will take a tour of your property and note the key factors of your home; inside and outside from the style to square footage and amenities to possible deficiencies.
Marketing Plan Presented
Once you have had an opportunity to meet with one of our Associates, they will prepare a complete Comparative Market Analysis for your property. It will include highlights of your home and compared to other properties in your area that have recently sold, are pending and your current competition of listings. You will be provided a recommended sales price, a net sheet and any enhancements that might be recommended for a stronger and quicker sale.
Listing the Property
Once you have decided to list your property with us, your Associate will continue to guide you through the steps to selling your home starting with the necessary paperwork and disclosures. If a point-of-sale inspection is required, your Associate will inform you and help with any details.
During the listing period, your Associate will be there to implement the plan to market your home and counsel you on any adjustments you may consider along the way, from staging, open houses to price adjustments.
Selling your home is more than a CMA and an open house. Your Associate is there for the offer presentation and negotiations on through the post-purchase steps to closing on your sale.