Thursday, September 5, 2019 / by Jake New46
Let's put it this way. Let's take two scenarios into consideration. One scenario is you don't really need to do a whole lot of work for your house to get it market ready for it to go on MLS. And you already have a handful of buyers that are waiting to see your property and they can move in and your timeline with your price range, no hassles and no troubles, just very, very easy. And then the other option is getting your house right before the market, cleaning up, decluttering, staging, painting, touching up everything, all the things that go into it. You may find that to be the fun part of selling a home, but a lot of sellers may not. So, what kind of seller you are? Do you like kind of like going through that process or not?
For example, we have clients who don't want to have this whole like staging and having people come to their house and they have someone in the family who was ill. They just want the process to be much faster. And we have a solution for homeowners like that and that we have buyers who we can bring them to your home and there's a high chance that you would get off on your property from one of our buyers. It can be one of our end users. It could be one of our corporate investors.
And these are not just random buyers. These are the buyers that we've kind of gone through a cross match their criteria with the features of your home. They're called the ready and qualified and active.
It's very important for you to have access to buyers. Either you or the agent or the team that you're working with should have these buyers generated before you put your home up for sale, not only after. Also before and after.
And the agent that you're working with, make sure they show you a list of buyers. That's important!
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