Selling Your Home On Your Own
If you need to sell your home, and you are considering doing it on your own, it is probably because you
are trying to save the commission. Don't let someone tell you that it is impossible, because it isn't.
There are plenty of owners who successfully sell on their own. Over the years, we have helped these
owners and found that the most common issue for owners is that they didn't realize the commitment
and effort it would take. For a lot of them, it became a full-time job.
Here are some questions to ask yourself before you put the sign in your yard:
How will I determine my asking price? Should I get an appraisal?
What will I do if someone wants to put an offer on my house? What happens next?
Where should I advertise my house?
How much money should I spend on advertising?
What will I do if an inspection comes back badly?
Are there government or county inspections I have to have performed?
How do I know if the buyer is qualified?
What is earnest money, and how much should I ask for?
Do I have a marketing strategy?
Will I be safe allowing strangers into my home?
Will my house be able to sell in a reasonable time if I can only show it on evenings and weekends when
I'm not at work?
Am I able to negotiate the price and details of my sale without letting my emotions interfere and affect my
How will I get enough exposure to get the best price possible without listing in the MLS?
If you would like the answer to any of these questions, please fill out the form to the right or e-mail us
and we'll be in touch. Also, check out our blog post How To Sell Your Home On Your Own.
We are happy to help you sell on your own with no sales pressure or obligation. Why? The answer is
aiding you with the purchase of your next home, or you may recommend us to a friend or family member