Free Room by Room Marketability Report
Request a Free Room by Room Marketability Report or In Home Presentation On How I Will Market and Sell Your Home. Remember, All Real Estate Agents Are NOT Alike.
A "Room by Room Marketability Report" will tell you in more detail what your home is worth, and how you can increase the sales ability of your home.
A "Listing Presentation" is an industry term for the formal presentation that a real estate agent makes to prospective home sellers, trying to earn their trust and business.
Don't list your home with a real estate agent without one of these reports! I would love the opportunity to make such a presentation to you.
I serve sellers in all areas of Westchester County. I will walk through your home, considering the positives and negatives (if any!). You will then see exactly how I will propose to sell your home, for as much as the market will bear, and within your time frame. I will tell you where I will advertise your home, both in print and on the web. With the dramatic growth in homebuyer usage of the web, you MUST have a top real estate agent that can extensively market your home online!
And you'll find out what your home is worth, because part of our presentation will include a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) of your home. I will compare your home to others like it in the area that have recently sold, and also to others that are currently for sale. This is a very important way of determining the fair market value of your home.
I make free presentations and prepare CMAs for prospective home sellers everyday. I have literally done hundreds, and I know exactly what puts a big SOLD sign in your front yard.
I would love the chance to make a presentation for you. It is totally free and without any obligation. Call me today at 914-943-6450! Or fill out this form...
What is a CMA and Why Do You Need One?
CMA is real estate shorthand for "Comparative Market Analysis". A CMA is a report prepared by a real estate agent providing data comparing your property to similar properties in the marketplace.
The first thing an agent will need to do to provide you with a CMA is to inspect your property. Generally, this inspection won't be overly detailed (she or he is not going to crawl under the house to examine the foundation), nor does the house need to be totally cleaned up and ready for an open house. It should be in such a condition that the agent will be able to make an accurate assessment of its condition and worth. If you plan to make changes before selling, inform the agent at this time.
The next step is for the agent to obtain data on comparable properties. This data is usually available through MLS (Multiple Listing Service), but a qualified agent will also know of properties that are on the market or have sold without being part of the MLS. This will give the agent an idea how much your property is worth in the current market. Please note that the CMA is not an appraisal. An appraisal must be performed by a licensed appraiser.
The CMA process takes place before your home is listed for sale. This is a good assessment of what your house could potentially sell for.
CMAs are not only for prospective sellers. Buyers should consider requesting a CMA for properties they are seriously looking at to determine whether the asking price is a true reflection of the current market. Owners who are upgrading or remodeling can benefit from a CMA when it's used to see if the intended changes will "over-improve" their property compared to others in the neighborhood.
Yes, you can request a FREE Room by Room Marketability Report or In-Home presentation of how I would market your property in Rye, Harrison, Rye Brook and all of Westchester County, New York! I do these presentations for people all the time. It's my job! There's no obligation, and I will get back to you quickly...
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