Tagged : Selling a home in Marin

Found 3 blog entries tagged as "Selling a home in Marin".

35 Mohawk Drive, Corte Madera 94925 - Just Sold!

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Timing is everything! Maybe not everything but in the case of working with my client to prepare, market and sell her home the timing was crucial.  Two years ago we started discussing selling her home with a price point in the high $700k to $800k. Her preference was to remain in her home while her daughter finished high school and she figured out how to do that.  Now, two years later we were able to sell her home for $1,200,000, her daughter graduated from high school and was accepted into her first choice school! Win, Win, Win!

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Super charming desirable family home in the flats of Corte Madera. Two spacious bedrooms and two full baths with a bonus room. Sparkling and inviting pool in

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Whose Timeline is it Anyway?

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The Marin County Real Estate Market as well as most of the country is experiencing a strong sellers market in most price points. We are also seeing historically low inventory levels month after month and interest levels remain low. It's soooo difficult not to try and convince our sellers clients into listing NOW but also touch to not try and push our buyers to grab opportunities that pop up now vs. waiting until later in the year or 2016.

There is a fine line in Real Estate Sales between "selling" a home and helping a client buy or sell a home. When do we push and when do we allow our clients to find their own way?

During my initial search for a Brokerage to hang my license with I was

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-staging helps define the space in this open floor plan home

 

How To Get the Highest Price in the Least amount of time for your Home!

Why is staging your home even more important in the digital Real Estate market?

Approximately 96% of homebuyers start their search online.  Those buyers are more likely to click on the homes that are staged and have professional photographs and even more likely with 15-20 + pictures than 5-10.  The more pictures the better.  At this stage buyers are making quick decisions on whether a home is worth seeing in person. They may click through 25-30 homes at a time - what compels them to stop at your home?

In the new digital marketplace the home seller needs to attract the homebuyer. If  the

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