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March 12, 2014 / patrickbelhon

Patrick Belhon Is The Realtor You Want On Board To Sell Your House

Selling your home on your own can be daunting and challenging at the same time, so it’s advisable to turn to a Realtor.

Beautiful photo Taken by Patrick Belhon of La Jolla Cove in February 2014

Mr. Belhon, a professional Realtor in La Jolla, San Diego, is fully committed to helping you achieve the outcome you want.
The home-selling process can be rather complicated, but don’t fret. This is what Realtors in La Jolla, San Diego excel in: helping homeowners sell their property to the right buyer and for the best price.

1. Pricing

Charging too much or too little isn’t wise. You got to look at the big picture from a buyer’s perspective. The best approach is a strategic one that’s grounded in reality, and a seasoned Realtor, like Patrick Belhon, understands that. Ergo, no opinion will suffice as much as your Realtor’s input will. Patrick Belhon can provide you with pertinent advice and a comparative market analysis, which is a report that will help you to determine the best possible price to submit.

2. Understanding The Market

Why act alone when you can partner up with a Realtor who can help you better understand the ever-changing market? The laws governing the real estate market have changed. Unless you’re familiar with the modifications that were made, you need a professional who can help you avoid pitfalls. Your Realtor will be able to use the laws to your advantage and advertise your property effectively.

3. Availability

The more you meet with potential buyers, the higher your chances are of selling your home successfully, but beware! Meeting with potential buyers at different hours of the day can be demanding and disruptive to your daily schedule. That’s why you need a Realtor, a professional who will learn your schedule and book potential buyers according to it.

4. Generating Traffic

Putting your home up for sale is only half of the battle; the other half is generating traffic for your home. Such task, as luck would have it, is one of the many things that an experienced Realtor can do for you. You can expect your home to appear high on the listing pages of MLS and other reputable websites. You also will have at your fingertips a host of resources and marketing strategies — all of which are designed to generate traffic effectively.

5. Answering Concerns Properly

If you can’t maintain a constant line of communication with potential buyers, a Realtor can. A Realtor can help you keep track of every buyer’s proposal and can handle all negotiations in an efficient manner.

6. Securing Buyers

By selling your home without the help of a Realtor, you might lose some opportunities to secure a buyer. That’s because you might be too quick to reject a buyer’s offer if it’s less than what you believe your home is worth. A Realtor, on the other hand, will know when an excellent deal is on the table.

7. Relocation Buyers

Without a Realtor, you’ll have a harder time attracting out-of-state buyers, and consequently, you run the risk of neglecting an entire group of buyers who might be interested in purchasing your home.

8. Professional Networking

Realtors often call on other professionals in the industry, so, when you employ a Realtor, you’ll be surrounded by useful resources and services.

9. Managing Important Documents

A Realtor can tackle all paperwork in a timely, efficient manner and can simplify the home-selling process for you. That way, everything will progress like clockwork until a closing deal is reached.

10. Closing

Simply put, a Realtor is at your service to streamline the entire home-selling process so that all parties are satisfied.

Article Copyright ©2014 – All Rights Reserved Patrick Belhon (patricksellshomes@gmail(dot)com)


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