Selling a home is a complicated process, but our team breaks down the process into easy-to-navigate steps, offloading most of the work from you so you can focus on your move. Here are some of the areas where we feel that we stand out during the selling process.

Example 1

Strong seller’s market. We had a traditional marketing period with Open Houses over the course of two weeks for this condo. On the offer date, we received 6 offers, with the price going significantly above our estimated sale price range. Rather than just celebrating the strong offers that came in, we reached out to all agents who had requested a disclosure package to find out if they would be also be submitting an offer. One agent didn’t realize the offer date was that day and asked if he could deliver his offer a little late. Of course, we obliged. This winning offer came in $100k higher than the next-highest offer. Had we not proactively reached out to the other buyers’ agents, our clients would have left $100k on the table. We can never guarantee that our clients will get a high offer, but we can certainly guarantee that we will leave no stones unturned in the pursuit of all offers!

Example 2

Strong sellers’ market. This popular condo had a traditional marketing period of 2 weeks with Open Houses. 14 buyers had requested disclosure packages, and four or five buyer groups came back for multiple visits and appeared poised to write offers. On the offer date, we were shocked to receive no offers. Rather than report this distressing news to our sellers, we called every agent who requested disclosures, followed by the agents who showed the property to their clients but did not request disclosures. We had all of this agent contact information handy because of the detailed logs we keep on potentially interested buyers. What we learned was that many buyers assumed the price would go higher than they could spend so they did not write an offer. By that afternoon, we had four solid offers to present to our sellers, and the property sold in the exact range that we originally predicted. Nothing about that sellers’ market would indicate that we should be concerned about a no-offer situation, but we were prepared to handle it nonetheless, and saved our sellers some anxiety in the process!

Example 3

Strong sellers’ market. This single family home was only available for showings for one day before we received a pre-emptive offer at the very top of our predicted sale price range. Because we were in a pandemic, we could not hold an Open House to allow many visitors to see the home at the same time. We were constrained by 30-minute private showing appointments. We did not want to lose this amazing buyer, but we also wanted to ensure that other potential buyers could see the home before we accepted an offer. As a compromise, we advised the sellers to set an offer date for 4 days later, we notified all parties who had scheduled appointments of the new offer date, and we sent an email flyer to all SF agents to notify them of the quick offer date. On the offer date, we received 8 very competitive offers, with the ultimate sale price being $92,000 higher than the pre-emptive offer.









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