1. Make a plan

The most important factor is to develop a plan. Having a plan is the key to not get yourself out of control and always have the process on track.
This means will create marketing plan that fit the need of property by following:

  • Professional Photos
  • Home Video Tours
  • Drone Photography
  • Professional Staging
  • Mailers to Neighborhood
  • Facebook Advertising
  • Media Advertising
  • Sutton brand behind
  • Open house options
  • Explore to our Exclusive network
  • Community Expert

2. Timing is everything

Knowing the right time to sell can make a big difference in both your selling experience and the listing price.

3. Set a realistic price at the beginning

Your home will get the most buyer exposure immediately after it’s listed, so pricing it right at the start is important. By pricing it even a little too high and you could miss out on your best group of buyers. If you price it too low, you are risking to leaving money on the table. As the adviser, especially about pricing and marketing your home. You want someone smart, communicative and with understanding of the local market.

4. Look at your home from buyer’s perspective

Remember what made you want to buy your place. You’re going to need to leave behind your emotions and make tough,reality-based decisions about improving, pricing and marketing. Your agent will likely suggest things to fix or refresh. Exterior photos are usually the first ones to pop up on for-sale home listings, and it’s the first thing a buyer sees. To make that all-important first impression, power wash the driveways and sidewalks and add some seasonal plants to pots and garden beds.

5. Get ready for visitors

Shifting your mindset from homeowner to home seller will also help you decide which belongings to keep, store, sell or give away. You may have some pieces might be perfect for staging your home; we can offer advice and even connect you with a professional home stager to help make those decisions. Decluttering and de-personalizing your space are essential so home shoppers can envision making the space their own. If you plan to live in your home while it’s on the market, you’ll have to keep it spotless and show-ready. That’s trying, especially for young families. Although, the better it shows, the faster it goes and the sooner you can start living like a normal family again.

6. Attract and track interest in your home

  • Attract

    The key to successfullly selling your property is be "Relevant" with the latest market trends, we have the ability to strategically bring "Value" to both sides of the negotiating table, and at a time when many agents are reducing their advertising budgets, we actually increasing our highly focused marketing approach.

  • Lead Tracking

    Noth only do we promote your home on Social Media, but we are also able to see which people in particular are interested in your home via our back-end CRM which tracks our ad clicks. We are then able to easily follow up with these people should comething change with the listing such as a price adjustment or an up coming open house. Furthemore, we can easily contact these people if we list another similar property in the area that they might be intersted in.

7. Set your priorities

Make sure you and your agent know what’s important to you: Closing quickly? Getting your asking price or more? Keeping your closing costs to a minimum? We as your agents help you to prioritizing your wants before you list your home will make it easier to evaluate offers and work hard to get top $dollors in your pocket.

8. Think about what’s next

If you’re planning to buy your next home, remember to get pre-approved early so you have an edge in the market.