Stuck because you want a bigger / nicer house or one in a different location, but aren't sure how to even begin the process?
Although we're in a strong sellers' market in the Chicagoland area as well as nationally, the average market time for single family homes in our area is currently 33 days... That's over a month between listing and signing a contract...
A WHOLE MONTH+ of keeping your home pristine and showing-ready at all times. A WHOLE MONTH+ of nagging your kids or spouse about keeping their laundry tucked away and toys picked up. A WHOLE MONTH+ of arranging playdates for your kids, pooch and other furry family members.
So why do some homes fly off the market in a whirlwind of bidding wars in hours or days, while others languish on the market for months or longer?
It comes down to prep work, pricing, and presentation, and it takes a skilled Realtor (ME!) to guide you through the process to achieve what every seller wants:
🎯 A fast sale
🎯 For top dollar
🎯 With the least amount of hurdles and surprises possible.
✔️ What improvements would make your home sell faster / for more money
✔️ Whether you can -- or should -- buy before you sell (read more about this in my blog here)
✔️ How to sell and buy so that you're not left homeless in the meantime
So reach out. I'm here to de-mystify the process and get you from Point A to Point B. To learn more about my strategic process for getting my clients' homes sold in far less than average market time, just call, text or message me.
I want to interview for the job of selling your home. Find out how to sell your home fast, for the most money, and with the least hassle.
Call today for a free home selling consultation at 630-248-1976.
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