Marketing Your Property…
Your home may be your single biggest investment and one of the largest financial transactions you will ever make. There is more to marketing a home than placing a classified ad in the newspaper and putting a for sale sign in the front yard. The Williams team has the experience it takes to create a marketing plan to fit your properties needs.
Selling Your Home for the Best Possible Price in the Least Amount of Time…
When we market your property, you benefit by receiving our customized approach, tailored just for you.
Helping you determine the market value of your property.
Assisting you with staging your home, so your property makes a good first impression on potential buyers.
Preparing a marketing packet with property disclosures, plat map, legal description, CCR's, Home Owner Association information, septic and well information, and other important information about your property.
Custom-prepared information on your home enhances the marketing process.
Our internet listings are linked to the local multiple listing service, and many corporate internet sites. We advertise your property to over 150 local Real Estate Brokers, the local newspaper, Real Estate Showcase, glossy photo post cards sent to target buyers, e-mailed photo-galleries from our web site, along with flyers, signage, and marketing packets to get optimum exposure in the market place.
Providing you with results beyond your expectations…
We take pride in having the training and experience necessary to handle all the details a Real Estate transaction demands. We will keep you informed about the Real Estate Market and in touch with what is happening on the sale of your home. We assure professional representation through out the home selling process.
We know what buyers are looking for and the financial incentives that will encourage them to buy. We can quickly separate the qualified buyers from the rest of the pack. Our referral system provides us access to the large number of people who relocate each year, which increases the pool of qualified buyers for your home.
Home Inspections- Once an offer has been accepted on your home, it will usually be contingent upon a Home inspection. The home inspector looks beyond the cosmetic flaws of a home to make sure that the home's general systems are operating properly. The inspectors report will state the conditions of the home's heating and cooling system, interior plumbing, electrical systems, the roof, attic,visible insulation, walls, ceiling, floors, windows, doors, foundation, basement, and visible structure. The inspector will also look for cracks in cement walls, visible water stains, along with pest and dry rot conditions.
No home is perfect. If major problems are found, we will help you negotiate through the process.
Helping you get the best possible price in the least amount of time. The Williams Team will work in your interest to help you negotiate the price and terms on the sale of your home.
Closing the Sale of your home…
The closing date is when both buyer and seller have signed all the paperwork, the settlement fees have been paid, and the documents have been recorded.
Your net proceeds:
Your net proceeds are the difference between what you paid for your home, costs of sale and price for which your home was sold for.
The following are typical costs for selling your home:
Existing home loans +________
Other liens +________
Standard title insurance +________
State excise tax (1.53%) +________
One half escrow fee +________
Brokerage service fees +________
Pro-ration of property taxes +________
Recording Fee +________
Inspection Fees +________
Total estimated disbursements =________
Sale price of home $__________
Estimated disbursements -__________
Estimated net proceeds =__________