|How it works|
| Select Your Address
The first page is for your street name. The 2nd page will prompt the street number. And if it's a condo there will be a 3rd page for you to select your unit number. In less than a minute your listing paperwork is pre-populated.
|Review Listing Summary
The Listing Agreement is filled in from Public Records and MLS data in accordance with Broker programmed algorithms.
It contains general property and owner identification as well as your list price, service level and other listing terms. Request a free Estimated Market Value on your home to see whether or not you are ready to price it to sell.
Our fees range from 3.0 to 5.0%. You'll get better results than you would if you paid the customary 6.0% rate.
Last year I was ranked in the top 2% of sales, all my listings broke price records and they all sold quickly.
|Verify your property information
Review it. Sometimes there are changes to the property that have occurred since the last Public or MLS record was posted. Optionally you may add your own Value Story.
If you want to use your own media, you can upload 22 high resolution photos, 5 photospheres and 5 youtubes. Otherwise, they may be included in your service level.
|Tap or click Seller's Disclosure
The Public Record Information is already added. You are required by law to complete the rest. I've simplified that by providing you with radio buttons, select lists and links to answers for some questions asked in the forms. That's so you don't have to fill in the answers manually or wonder where you are going to find this information.
Review Marketing, Advertising and Promtions Section below:
You can monitor the status of your marketing campaign online.
|Counter or Accept Offers
Together, using art and science we negotiate the best deal for you. If there is Dual Agency Representation then I am bound by additional rules.
|Stay on top of Escrow
Log in periodically to review your escrow task list with due dates and links to documents. Make sure you are performing your obligations on or before contractual due dates to avoid giving the buyer a window to cancel the contract. That may include delivering Section C Leasehold Disclosure Docs, Section E Inventory List, Section I Seller's Disclosure, Section K Staking or Survey, Section L Termite Report, Section M Condo Docs or Section N Rental Documents by the deadlines specified in the Purchase Contract.
Check your account for the net proceeds!