Selling your Charlotte NC Home? Why pay a Charlotte Realtor when you can sell your Charlotte Real Estate on you own as a For Sale By Owner (FSBO)? You are right. Many people feel the only thing a Charlotte Realtor does is place the home on the Charlotte MLS. WOW! There is a lot more to selling your Charlotte home and more importantly, marketing your largest possession.
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Did you realize that 95+% of your potential Charlotte FSBO opportunity is gone within the first 30 days? After the first two weeks of FSBO, the odds are against you ever selling your home. If the drive by traffic was in the market, they would have called. It is time to expand your marketing.
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Hire a professional ReMax Agent in a firm that is larger than Charlotte Real Estate and has experience all over the world. It is time to really market your property-you only get one chance to make a great impression!
As a Charlotte Realtor, there are many aspects of Charlotte Real Estate that are unknown to the general public. Each profession has knowledge and various areas of expertise. Since I am a full time Real Estate agent, the Charlotte Real Estate exposure I get in a week is greater than the majority of people will see in a lifetime. It is all about trust.
What is my Charlotte home really worth? Who is going to look at my Charlotte home? How are people going to see my Charlotte home? How do I know if they are actually qualified home buyers? What is a qualified home buyer? What about a home warranty? Has the market changed since I initially had my home values? What should I know about financing? Can I get sued for not disclosing information?
There are many North Carolina Real Estate rules and regulations that must be strictly adhered. What are the Fair Housing laws? What is considered discrimination? What must be disclosed? What is a material fact? What if I accidentally present inaccurate data? Can I get sued if I forget to disclose something?
How about Charlotte Real Estate market conditions? How about marketing? What are the current trends and demands? What dictates the price? What is HLA? What actually counts as HLA?
Hire a professional.
First, I fully understand the Charlotte Real Estate market, the market trends and the skills necessary to effectively market your home. As your Charlotte ReMax Sellers Agent, I am there to share an abundance of knowledge. It is difficult to accurately price a home without understanding the complexities and market variables. The home that sold down the street provides a baseline but there is a lot more to establishing your home's value than a neighbor's home.
How does the Heated Square Footage compare? What exactly counts as Heated Square Footage? Is your home is selling condition? How is it staged? You only get one chance to make a first impression.
What external factors are affecting your local market? How do you price for these external variables?
What are the odds that a potential buyer drives by your home, notices the sign and guesses that this may be a home that is of interest? Is the "Buyer" a real buyer or someone else? Does the buyer really have financing? Has he been screened or do you let anyone in your home that calls on the phone?
How about the marketing plan? Would you agree that you would likely get more money for your home if a million qualified buyers knew your home was for sale? How about if 100 people knew it was for sale? Which do you think would sell faster? Which do you think would net you the most money? Marketing is all about exposure. Effective marketing will assure you receive the fair market value for your home. How much money do you lose by taking six months to sell your home if, effectively marketed, it could have sole in 30 days?
The MLS is a database created by Agents to aid the seller in marketing his home. The data in the MLS is tightly regulated and monitored to assure all regulations are safely guarded. There are many State Laws, Federal Housing laws and Real Estate Commission Rules that are in place to protect both the Buyer and Seller. Yes, our job is to safeguard the public, assure everything is in compliance with the laws.
When you are ready to list your Charlotte home for sale, stop and realize your marketing plan. When choosing a Charlotte Realtor, look at the Charlotte Realtor Marketing Plan. Their are many misconceptions when it comes to marketing a home. Ask questions and determine which plan is best for you.