Whether you are a first time home seller, or an experienced real estate investor, you may have questions about how to sell your home. Selling your Colorado home is all about knowing the local housing market and pricing your home correctly. Pricing your home is a very individual process and we can help you determine market trends and match your home to comparable properties. As seasoned agents familiar with the Summit County and Front Range areas, we can help you make the right choices when it comes to selling your home, too.
Home prices that are inflated can result in more days on the market and less buyer response, so it's important that your home be priced correctly. Buyers get excited about new listings, so realistic pricing is key to getting people to tour and make offers on your home, particularly when you first list your home. Download our Free Seller Guide today.
The guide covers topics such as:
- How much is my home worth?
- How to sell your home
- Do I need a realtor?
- Best time to sell your home
- Home staging tips
- How to get the best offer
- What improvements will increase my home's value?
Once we’ve set the price, we then work with you to showcase or “stage” your home to entice buyers, then we work with a professional photographer to take high quality photos that will be used to visually market your home. Qualified buyers will be impressed by the simple measures we take to dress up your home and feel impressed to make you an offer on your home.
If your home’s location or design is unique, you'll find that buyers will be intrigued as we showcase these features. Our marketing plan guarantees maximum exposure - through pricing, staging, agent accessibility, and visibility, both on and offline. Our goal is the successful sale of your Perfect Mountain Home and we will do our best to achieve that and find you the right buyer.
There are several considerations when deciding if now is a good time to sell your property. First, consider current inventory levels. Seasonal demand from buyers may fluctuate over the course of the year, so it's important to gauge buyer activity/interest in its relation to current inventory levels and seasonal fluctuations. In December 2020, inventory was low and buyer activity and interest was high, so this led to a very strong seller's market.
Next, consider how much equity you have in the property, whether you will be moving locally or out of the area, and if your new home will be more expensive or less expensive than your current property. In 2020, mortgage rates fell to historically low levels, which allowed home buyers to afford larger mortgages than they would have when interest rates were higher. For home buyers (or sellers) looking for a more expensive homes, locking in a low interest rate before they go back up may be in their best interest financially. For up-to-date market information about real estate price trends, current mortgage rates, and inventory, please contact us or call (970) 368-2799.
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