Why Sell With Us

Sell Your Property Quickly With Us!

When selling your home, there are no guarantees that a buyer will simply walk through the front door. There are steps that you need to take to sell your property so that you receives maximum exposure to attract a ready, willing and able buyer.

A buyer’s first impression, the appearance of your home, and other factors can also affect the sale of your home. Have you considered that home prices in your neighborhood and the value of your property are also factors used for pricing your home? In many cases you may have to bring your home to the buyer.

Effective marketing will help ensure that your home is sold in a timely manner at the best price.


your home at the property’s fair market value.

Focusing On Results Timing…

in the desired time period.


selling your home with the least amount of inconvenience

Focusing On Results

The proper balance of these factors will expedite your sale.

As the triangle graph illustrates, more buyers purchase their properties at market value than above market value.

If you price your property at market value, you are exposing it to a much greater percentage of prospective buyers and you are increasing your opportunity for a sale.


Inspections and potential repairs are the number one reason sales don’t close. Typically, buyers have a certain number of days in which to inspect the property and accept or reject the property based upon these mechanical and structural inspections.

Buyer Repair Request:

We will review the requests and determine whether or not they are “reasonable requests.”


We must protect your home from the appraiser. A transaction may be in jeopardy due to a low appraisal value. The best way for us to do that is to submit a complete list of all features and upgrades that the home has.


We review the estimated settlement statement to make sure all of the numbers are correct, the title company makes an appointment for you to go in and sign or they send a notary to you for signatures on the Deed which will convey the title and approve the Estimated Settlement Statement.