Looking to Sell Your Home in the Lewisville-Clemmons area?
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Are you considering selling your Lewisville-Clemmons area home?
We have innovated, quantified, and orchestrated a proven system to sell your home faster and for more money.
- In 2021, the average listing in Forsyth County was on the market for 20 days before it sold. Kim and Tony’s listings sold in an average of 4 days on the market.
- In 2021, the average listing in Forsyth County sold at 100% of list price. Kim and Tony’s listing’s sold for an average of 102.2% over list price. On a $400,000 house, that’s $8,800 more than
the average agent.
- Our online presence offers unparalleled exposure, reaching millions of potential buyers worldwide. Our website users search for homes in all Triad communities, so we may already have the perfect
buyer for your property.
Schedule a Consultation with Kim & Tony – Live or Via Video Chat
You can book an appointment with us to discuss selling your Lewisville-Clemmons home. We can meet in person, by phone or video chat. There is no cost for any initial consultation. The first five minutes is about us, How we work, and How we can benefit YOU. You can either choose to work with us or not…either way is ok.
The second 5-10 minutes is us asking you a few questions. These questions will help you discover if you should move, or just stay where you’re at. Of course, if you’re moving for a job transfer, then you are definitely selling.
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SELLING YOUR LEWISVILLE-CLEMMONS HOME?
First, find your REALTOR®. Just like when you searched for your real estate buying agent, now you should be looking for a selling agent who has experience with homes of your size in the Lewisville-Clemmons area. The important thing to remember here is not to focus on how much the agent will discount their commission. If you want full service, keep in mind that there is a lot that goes into selling a home, so your selling agent is absolutely going to earn their fee. If you’re also looking to purchase a home that you’re moving to, it’s critical to get the timing right for both closings.
Sign the Listing Agreement. Once you have found the perfect agent, it is time to create and sign a listing agreement. Your qualified and experienced REALTOR® will assist you as you navigate the listing process. Often, this includes establishing a base price of your home. You or your Realtor does not determine this price. Instead, it is indicative of the market trends. Therefore, it is essential that you and your agent work closely together to evaluate the market trends and price your home competitively. Your listing agent will often be able to tell you approximately how much you will earn from the sale of the house.
Inspections and Preparations. With the paperwork in full swing, now it is time to prepare your home to sell. This means you may want to consider a pre-listing home inspection to find any issues that may keep your home from selling. While waiting for the inspections to be completed, you should look into working with a professional cleaning company to prepare your home for the market. Once cleaning is complete, you might consider painting and landscaping to make it more enticing for potential buyers. Curb appeal is just as important as having quality photographs taken of your home.
Marketing Your Home. Your home will be listed on the Triad MLS. There are To market your home well, make sure your photographer also records and edits a virtual tour of your property. This is an often-overlooked component of the selling process, but it has significant results. An excellent agent lists your home on all the popular real estate sites as well as marketing it on social media.
Offering broker’s tours and open houses provide you with the opportunity to showcase all of the fantastic features of your home. Using a lockbox can assist in overcoming scheduling challenges.
Once you receive an offer, you and your Realtor should sit down to carefully evaluate it and determine if it is worthwhile. When you accept the offer, your agent will assist you in getting it signed. Once both parties, buyer and seller, sign, you now have a contract. If the buyer is financing the home purchase, an appraisal will be ordered by the buyer’s mortgage lender. Once the buyer’s due diligence is completed and all loan contingencies are removed, the transaction is nearing the end. After the buyer’s loan reaches final approval, the real estate attorney receives and reviews everything. Both buyer and seller will sign the closing documents. After the closing (also know as “the settlement”) is complete, the attorney records the deed with the Forsyth County Register of Deeds. After the deed is recorded, the home sale proceeds will be released to you. You might pick up a check or you might have the funds wired to your account. Now, it is time to celebrate! You have just sold your house.