How do I start the process of selling my home?

Dated: February 10 2023

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The first step relies solely on you and your family!  Meaning you must evaluate how quickly you would like to sell your home and for how much.  How much do you owe on your current home?  Does it need repairs? Does it need updating?  Is it too cluttered with items that I no longer need?  Do I need to downsize or do I need a larger home?  This step resides solely on the needs and wants for your particular situation.

The next step is to contact me!  I can meet with you at your home and give you an analysis of what needs to be done prior to the sale.  Many decisions such as whether it needs staging, updating, what homes in area similar that have sold, etc.  If you find that your home needs updating or repairs, our company offers a loan that can be paid back at closing for up to $30K to help complete these goals without removing money from household upfront.  This increases your chances to sell your home quickly or obtain the most profit from the sale.

Once completed, then it's show time!  Time to put up the for sale sign, advertise on the internet and let the world see your beautiful home by welcoming them in for showings!

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Barbara Smith

As a full-time professional real estate agent working in the Front Royal, VA area, I pride myself on offering superior personal service before, during, and after your transaction. Knowledge, commitmen....

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