Realtor Listing

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Working with a real estate listing agent can benefit property sellers by providing access to their professional network, marketing expertise, and negotiation skills.

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Selling your property can be a complex and challenging process, and there are many factors to consider when deciding how to proceed. While some people choose to sell their property on their own, listing it with a real estate agent can be a smart choice for many reasons.

When you list your property with a real estate agent, you can expect it to be on the market for an average of 3 to 4 months before it sells. However, it’s important to note that properties listed with an agent should be in very good condition and meet current standards. If your property is not up to par, a cash offer might be a better option for you.

One of the main benefits of listing with a real estate agent is the access to their expertise and knowledge of the local housing market. A good agent will have a deep understanding of the current market conditions, which can help you price your property competitively and attract more potential buyers. Additionally, they can help you prepare your property for sale, from staging and photography to marketing and advertising.

Another advantage of working with an agent is the access to their network of contacts, including other agents and potential buyers. They can market your property to a wider audience, including those who may not have found your listing on their own. Additionally, they can help you navigate the complex process of negotiating offers and contracts.

Of course, listing with a real estate agent does come with some costs, including fees and commissions. Typically, these costs can range from 5% to 6% of the sale price of your property. It’s important to keep in mind that their commission of 6% will come out of the seller’s pocket. For instance, if you sold a $350,000 property, the commission would be $21,000, which would be subtracted from your final sale price.

If you don’t have the time to wait for a traditional sale or your property isn’t in good condition, a cash offer might be a better choice for you. These options can provide a quicker sale and more flexibility.

If you’re considering selling your property and want to explore your options, we encourage you to contact us. Our team can connect you with the best real estate agent in your area or help you explore other options that might be a better fit for your needs. Whatever your goals, we’re here to help you achieve them.

"I wasn't in any type of hurry so I decided to list with a realtor. It did take awhile for the house to be sold but I got my full asking price. The realtor fees did take out about 8% of the total sales price but I still have enough to open up my restaurant!!!"

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Ethan Park

Realtor Listing

  • Access to a wide network of potential buyers.
  • Expertise in staging to present the property well.
  • Marketing expertise to attract more interest from buyers.
  • Market insights to make informed decisions.
  • Handling paperwork and administrative tasks.

Other Offers That Might Work Better For You

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Creative Financing

Creative financing options like seller financing, subject-to financing, and lease-to-own can help sellers reduce their tax liability, get more money for their property, and eliminate the need to deal with grumpy tenants while providing a secure tie to their investment.

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Cash Offer

Cash offers are generally more attractive to sellers because they are not contingent on financing or appraisal, which can sometimes cause deals to fall through.