Question: How Do You Ensure You Get “Top-Dollar” For The Sale Of Your Home?
Answer: You Do Nothing Until You Have Talked To Us…
Our Seller Revival Program is specifically designed to help home sellers get top dollar for their home; because what you don’t know could cost you a fortune.
The first issue you are going to face is dealing with an uncertain market.
While a real estate market in general could be in an “upswing,” the fact remains that a particular area or neighborhood could still be in rapid decline. How do you know if now is a good time to sell, or if you are better off waiting? How do you know if you are just better off remodeling your existing home instead of selling and upgrading?
If you go to a real estate agent for answers, a real estate agent is just going to try to convince you to sell because they want the listing and they want their commissions. If you call an appraiser its going to cost you over $400 to find out what your home is worth.
But, if you call us we will walk your through each and every step of our Seller Analysis.
By taking the time to walk you through every step of the process we give you the information you need to make a decision.
For example, how do you know if whether or not you should remodel your home to increase the value? Even if you decided to go ahead with a remodel, what remodel should you do, the kitchen, the bathroom, and addition?
The first thing you need to know is that Not All Remodels Are Equal.
In fact, unless you know exactly what you are doing you could be throwing away good money on a remodel that you thought would add value and “curb appeal” to your home.
For Example, Replacing Your Siding With the “Right” Siding:
- Recoups 70% Of Its Cost
- Adds Instant Curb Appeal
- Is The #1 Way To Add Value To Your Home
In Fact: According to Remodeling magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report re-siding your home with siding in the mid-range or larger categories provides the #1 return on your remodeling investment.
While many homeowners consider multiple types of remodels and upgrades to their home, many homeowners fail to consider their siding despite the fact that it provides the number one return on investment.
You Can Increase Usable “Living Space,”
Recoup Over 75% Of Your Costs,
And Instantly Increase A Homes Value In One Simple Easy Step…
Simply Add A Deck.
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It, according to US NEWS MAGAZINE…
“Building an outdoor living space — such as a deck — might not seem like a particularly appealing proposition for many homeowners. But, as the housing market continues its downward slope and the economy slumps in a recession, building a deck can be a smart way for property owners to maintain or even improve their home’s value.
After all, it’s less expensive than building an additional room but still enables homeowners to expand their living space. “It’s safe to say that a deck is one of the more cost-effective things you can do,” says Robert Markovich, home and yard editor for Consumer Reports.
“Decks are really a high-return item.”
In Fact: Remodeling Magazine’s “Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report for 2007” found that more than 85% of the cost of building a wooden deck could be recouped during resale.
“When most people build a deck, it adds pretty much dollar-for-dollar [value],” says Michael H. Evans, president of Evans Appraisal Service.
In 2007, home owners could recoup about 85% of the deck builder cost during resale. Today, according to to the 2013 Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling magazine, adding a deck will give you an average of about 77% return on your investment.
That is phenomenal staying power and a testament as to the resale value of a deck renovation or addition over the life of a home.
As you can see, there are multiple questions you should be asking, but most home owners have no idea what the questions are.
Take The Time To Call Us…
You Won’t Regret It… And That’s A Promise!