Have a Home, Farmland, or Hunting Property to Sell and donít have time for the hassles? 

When you decide to put the sale of your home into the hands of a real estate agency, we will be pleased to meet with you to negotiate our fees and services, so that you can make an informed decision!

What We do to Market your home:

  • Advertise your home in local papers nationally in , Homes & Land, and surrounding states 

  • Advertise on the internet  

  • Provide you full service  

  • Provide professional signs

  • Provide full 7-day phone coverage

  • Set the showing appointments (24 hr. notice when occupied)  

  • Competitive with commissions  

  • Co-broke with other Agencies

  • Do the paperwork to ease your stress  

  • Coordinate all inspections  

  • Attend settlement

  • Consultation or Market Analysis  

Making Your Home Sell Quicker

When you are preparing to put your home up for sale, the first concern should be the home's exterior. If the outside looks good, people will more than likely want to see what's on the inside. Keep the lawn and landscape nicely manicured.  Be sure your front door area has a "Welcome" feeling.

Of all the rooms inside your home, the most important ones are the kitchen and bathrooms. They should look as modern, bright and fresh as possible. It is essential for them to be clean and odor free. A fresh coat of paint just may do the trick. Have any leaky faucets taken care of.  Make certain you have ground fault interrupt circuit outlets installed at any outlet near water sources (Kitchen, Bath, Utility, etc)

Since you want your home to look as spacious as possible, make sure that table tops, dressers and closets are free of clutter.  The garage or basement needs to have the impression of space.  Make sure walls and doors are free of smudges and look for anything that might indicate a maintenance problem, such as cracked windows, holes in the wall or stained ceilings.  Also if your basement shows any signs of dampness or leakage, seal the walls.

Finally, if you have a septic system, have it inspected by Health Department  (especially if you aren't living in the home).  The Health Department won't inspect the septic system, until someone has lived in the home for at least four weeks.   It saves time in the long run and keeps them from escrowing  monies at settlement.    

Quick tips for showings:

  • Keep counter tops cleared
  • Replace all burned out light bulbs
  • Make it bright and cheery by opening all drapes and window blinds
  • Put pets in cages or take them to a neighbor
  • No dirty dishes in the sink
  • No laundry in the washer/dryer
  • Clean or replace dirty or worn carpets
  • Burn wood in the fireplace on cold days, otherwise, the fireplace should be clean

Always look at your home from the buyer's point of view. Be objective and be honest.

Making a good first impression can mean the difference between receiving serious offers for your home or being subjected to months of buyer's dropping by but never buying.


-- Less Stress & Frustration on your part if you let a Real Estate Professional do the work for you.  Who wants the hassle of all the paperwork, or to  provide full 7-day phone coverage, Cooperate with other Brokers, Coordinate inspections, Advertise on the internet,  knowing the selling market and more.