Seller Tips

Selling your home is an emotional experience regardless of the circumstances of the move.

You may be looking forward to moving up to a larger home, downsizing for an empty nest, making a PCS military relocation or facing the uncertainty of a major move across the country. The mood of your move drives the emotions that go along with this major life event and we are here to help you navigate the process. Our trusted RE/MAX Corridor agents can help you navigate the process and help answer any questions you may have.

Choose the Right Agent

The best thing you can do to make the selling process as quick and as easy as possible is to hire a real estate professional — and our RE/MAX Corridor agents are here to help every step of the way. We offer cutting edge technology, comprehensive marketing strategies, and can effectively and efficiently guide you through the real estate process. We understand the nuances of the market and can work with you to determine a competitive and fair price for your home.

Get it Ready to Sell

Before you list your home, you’ll want to make sure your home is as marketable as possible. You may want to consider some repairs that could help add value to your property, such as fixing any water damage or foundation concerns. Even small cosmetic changes can have a big impact in the eyes of a buyer, such as replacing outdated light fixtures or giving your home a fresh coat of paint. Your agent can work with you to help identify updates that may help increase the value of your home.

Pricing it Right

Proper pricing of your home is one of the most important components of the selling process. Take the emotion out of the equation and price your property realistically. Your agent will be able to provide a more accurate estimate based on local trends, the condition of your home, similar homes in the area, and more. Equipped with the insight and knowledge on the real estate market, your RE/MAX Corridor agent is committed to helping you determine a value for your home.

Accepting an Offer

Once your home is on the market and a buyer is interested, he or she will submit an offer to your agent through their own agent. While the offer may differ from your asking price, you are able to reject or counter it if you’d like. Once you accept an offer, you’ll be officially under contract! During the due-diligence period between signing the purchase agreement and closing the sale of your home, your agent can help you understand the conditions, provisions, and obligations of your contact.

It's Closing Day

Once you’ve gone through the process you are ready to officially sell your home! You’ll sit down and sign paperwork with the help of your agent and transfer the ownership of your home to the buyer. Now it’s time to celebrate — you’ve just sold your home and are ready to move on to your next adventure.