What goes into selling a home, how we handle and guide a real estate listing property owner in Maine?
Lots of behind the scenes counseling. Listening, explaining, navigating is a big component in the process of selling a home in Maine or any other type of property listing.
The real estate seller is human, has a lot riding on this what it takes for a home sale.
How fast it happens, how well it goes and the results financially all combine for the next step in his or her life. The family is a big part of the process of buying or selling real estate in Maine. Making decisions that affect them is a huge responsibility.
So it all starts with a walk through with the Maine home seller and complete analysis of what is for sale. Study of the good, the bad, the ugly. Let's sit down at the kitchen table or talk on the open deck about what I think should be the approach to this particular Maine home sale.No two home sales tackled, wrestled with the same way.
All combined with a healthy two way conversation. Listening to the seller's situation, what the home owner is holding for cards to make the best use of in the real estate sale. What is their dream for the best case scenario to shoot for in the home sale should not be kept a secret.
If the Maine home is a little tired in some areas, what to do and to what degree comes into the property sale discussion.
What the seller thought would help sell the place could be far from the truth. Because other areas neglected come into the picture that are bigger issues. Can cause a delay or no home sale at all to happen. That is not the happy ending I want to see occur at "The End".
The specific custom made strategy for the home seller is hammered out, talked over and put into action. Unless the seller decides the price is too low and emotions rise with the comment "I am not going to give the place away".
Or "I don't have to sell". Over priced properties start with real estate agents or brokers taking them. Placing them out there on the market to bog it down. Like stalled vehicles to negotiate around on fast lanes of a super highway.
Giving the property owner the impression that the real estate listing has a snowball's chance of you know where of selling.