Six Steps to Selling Your Home

  1. Choose the Right Listing Agent. The right agent is a professional who is knowledgeable about the market and will get you the maximum value for your property.

  2. Determine Property Value. A home appraisal provides a professional estimate on the value of your property. This will help determine the price of your property in the current real estate market. The value of your home may also be affected by supply and demand; therefore if there is a high demand for properties but fewer homes on the market, the higher a property seller can demand in price for their home.

  3. Get Your Home Show Ready! Buyers will appreciate a well-maintained home, so it’s highly suggested that you consider a professional deep clean, fix minor repairs, and even invest in a fresh coat of paint. These simple tasks can leave a lasting impression to help sell your home! Learn more tips from our post on “Preparing Your Home For The Sell!”

  4. Market Your Property. Your home won’t sell if potential buyers don’t know that it exists! Get your home on the MLS service and have open houses to get your home seen.

  5. Buyer Showings. Have as many buyers visit the property as you can.

  6. Negotiate and Accept Offer. Congratulations! You’re now under contract to sell your property and get if off the market.

To learn more from a qualified and experienced agent, contact us! Call: 833-704-HOME or email Qulia Bryant via quliasells@gmail.com for specific needs.

Don’t forget to check out our video on the “6 Steps to Selling Your Home” for more tips!

Source(s):

https://smallbusiness.chron.com/assess-market-value-property-735.html

 

UPDATE: North Charlotte Suburbs Market

Dilworth, north carolina Photo by James Willamor/Wikimedia Commons/CC-BY-SA-3.0

Dilworth, north carolina Photo by James Willamor/Wikimedia Commons/CC-BY-SA-3.0

Right now its pretty evident that Charlotte real estate has been in a sellers market for the last year or two. What may not be so evident is that there are at least four more counties surrounding the city of Charlotte which is the Greater Charlotte area. These areas are not always accounted for when determining the Charlotte real estate market. Today I reviewed some statistics for the towns directly north of Charlotte to see how their markets are reflected against Charlotte’s sellers market.


The three towns I researched are Concord, Huntersville, and Harrisburg. After reviewing all property types at all price ranges, I noticed there was a dramatic difference in the listing days on the market from 2014 to 2017. In 2014 these three towns had an average of 70 days on the market, versus now there is an average of 20 days on the market. That is almost a 30% decrease in average days on the market for these areas. Its safe to say that areas directly north of Charlotte are in a sellers market as well.

As a Greater Charlotte area realtor, it is very common for home buyers to look at surrounding cities for homes to purchase. Not everyone wants the city traffic and large school system. There is much to offer in the Greater Charlotte area such as, more land, better schools, recreational activities, convenient commutes, and country/city flexibility.

If you are considering selling your Greater Charlotte home, contact me to receive the exact statistics for your neighborhood. If you are considering purchasing a home in the Greater Charlotte area, contact me plan your home buying strategy.