Duration: 1 month
First, find out what your home is currently worth and how much you could net in a sale. Second, determine if a move is financially strategic—would you be able to build wealth at a faster pace in a different home or location? Third, request a custom home search and start previewing homes of interest to make sure what you’re looking for is out there.
Duration: 2 – 3 weeks
Schedule a listing appointment with Mike to discuss what you’ll need to do to update, stage, and neutralize your home in order to give it the edge it needs. You’ll also discuss the selling process in detail and a realistic list price. When your home is ready, it will be photographed, listed, and marketed.
Duration: 2 – 4 weeks
Once your current home is officially on the market, the coast is clear to get serious about finding your next home. You’re now in a position to write an attractive offer for “The One” that checks all the boxes and negotiate the best possible deal for your financial future.
Duration: 2 – 4 weeks
This is where it pays to work with a team who handles both the sale of your current home and the purchase of your new one. Coordinating the process of going under contract with a buyer for your current home – including home inspections, appraisals, and close date – directly impacts coordination of the same steps on the buying side. Mitigating risk to you is the priority.
Duration: 1 day
It’s a day to celebrate! It will be a full day with back-to-back closings for both homes, without surprises or drama. You’ll rest easy because all questions are answered before the closing table.
This handy template helps with calculating what you could make on the sale of your house. You’ll need a pencil, calculator, your ideal sales price, and your mortgage balance information. Or, skip the pencil and calculator and let us do the math for you! Contact us for help.Download PDF
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