Identify Motivation In Selling Your Home

Dated: 02/27/2015

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What motivates you to start a new chapter in your life? When meeting with you, our agents goal is to find out your specific objectives. Asking and listening are the foundation of a successful relationship.  Your goals will drive the home sale plan, marketing strategy and the negotiation platform.

You deserve to sell for top dollar.  We are here to help you maximize profit, avoid loss, or reduce a short sale deficiency. 

Image titleWe need to know about your financial goals; 

How important is the timing of the sale? 

Do you plan to improve the condition of the home prior to selling? 

What significance would this sale have in your life? 

What expectations do you have of your Front Door Realty Agent? 

What would you have changed about your past home-selling experiences?

Once your priorities are understood, a marketing plan and advertising tactics can be implemented to meet your goals. Once your motivations are clear, a negotiating strategy can be executed to put you in the best possible position.

This is all about you. Our role is to help achieve your goals. We rely on listening, experience and systems to anticipate your needs. All the details matter! We seek to become your trusted advocate by proving what we can do for you and your family.  By achieving your desired results, we can build a relationship based on a solid foundation. 

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