If you’re thinking about selling your home, you’ve probably heard about iBuyers. These companies use the internet to make selling your home easy–or so they say. But that’s not the whole story.
Long story short, iBuyers tend to undersell homes. They can also cost a lot more than they say they do in their marketing (hello hidden fees!).
That means that you’ll end up walking away with less cash in your pocket than you would if you had hired a real estate agent.
Since I’m guessing that you want to get top dollar when you sell your home and walk away from closing day with the most cash possible, a real-life seller’s agent is the right choice.
Want more information on what a real estate agent can do to get your home sold for top dollar? Just send me a DM and we can chat.
After hearing about how homes are flying off the market, you might feel like something is wrong with your home if you don’t get immediate interest after you list it.
Patience is the name of the game in real estate right now–whether you’re a buyer or a seller.
My advice? Give your home a little time once it hits the market. It can take time for a listing to generate interest. But with patience, the perfect buyer will find your home.
That said, if your home has been on the market for a few weeks and you’re still not seeing a lot of interest, it might be time to take a second look at your listing strategy with your agent. See what you can tweak about the listing or the showings to make sure your home gets in front of the right buyers.
If you have questions about selling your home and how long you can expect it to be on the market for, just send me a DM!
What a fantastic Fall Forum for our Colorado Association of REALTORS® up in Snowmass, Colorado! My favorite seminar was about Wildfires and how to be proactive in designing our structures and landscaping.