Why Work With Us

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Selling your home is a very personal sale, and we understand that.

You’re selling a home full of memories, whether it is your first home as a single man or woman, the home you are leaving for your growing family, or the home you raised your children in. We cherish the emotional ties that come with your house, so it’s our job to net you the most for the sale and make sure the home falls into hands you approve of. We want you to feel encouraged by our hard work and protected by our expertise. We have mastered setting our needs aside to protect our clients better than anyone else can.

It’s our job to create win-win transactions.

We are here for you day in and day out, negotiating on your behalf, supporting your goals, and delivering results.

We will work together through open communication throughout the sale of your home. We strive to liberate you from the grind and worry that so often comes from changing your living situation. Whether you’re a first-time seller or have been through it all before, We are determined to make it the best experience it can be. We promise to put you at ease, take care of all the details, and use our professional expertise and know-how to give you an edge in the market.

With change comes opportunity, and we are delighted to make your transition seamless.

Seller’s Roadmap

1. Decide to Sell

2. Select an Agent based on:

     a. Expertise & Education

     b. Availability

     c. Communication Skills

     d. Negotiation Skills

     e. Rapport

     f. Trustability

3. Select a Price.

Naturally, sellers can overestimate the value of their home. With the help of a knowledgable real estate professional, I will guide you in selecting a listing price that will net you the maximum profit for your home.

4. Prepare your home

  • Curb Appeal

    • Fresh coat/touch-up exterior paint

    • Pristine Landscaping

  • Repairs

    • Fresh coat of main (most commonly used) rooms. Neutral colors that brighten up the rooms are ideal for selling your home.

    • Repair windows

    • Change out burnt out light bulbs

    • Shampoo carpet and/or polish hardwood floors

  • De-clutter, de-clutter, de-clutter!

    • If this involves sending furniture and other personal belongings to storage, do so.

    • Staging. Your home should look clean and spacious for potential buyers to be able to imagine their own lives in there.

    • Put out a vase of fresh flowers

  • Leave property vacant for showings

    • Buyers naturally feel more at ease and more drawn to properties when the seller is not there. Leave negotiations and communication to your me.


In a nutshell, our belief system for working with you in the home-buying process is simple:

  1. Educate
  2. Listen
  3. Disclose
  4. Communicate openly
  5. Fight for your best interests

I am a huge advocate of the two-part buyer’s consultation, a 1 - 1.5 hour face-to-face meeting upfront. Buying property is possibly the biggest purchase of your life, and therefore, is understandably intimidating. When I walk through the whole process with you step-by-step, we familiarize you with this once-unknown territory, which automatically makes purchasing a home comfortable.

My goal is that there are no surprises.

Then, Part 2 of our buyer’s consultation involves a visualization exercise, in which you dream with me, explaining in detail what you want in a home and why a backyard and formal dining room are important to you, for example. We dig down to the nitty-gritty. Every buyer has a different lifestyle, which comes with different needs for a home. For example, a bachelor’s home will be vastly different from the home for a family of five. This is why we invest this time in the consultation up-front--to hone in on what is right for you in order to save you significant time and money in the long run. Trust me--it's worth it!