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Considering Selling Your Land?

For most people, their real estate is their largest financial asset, and deciding to sell it is a big decision that involves a lot of preparation and work. It’s important to have an experienced real estate professional handle the involved details in order to achieve a successful sale of your property and get the most value for your land.

 

As an experienced professional, I have helped many individuals sell their properties. I know how to handle every aspect of the sales process: from strategically marketing and showcasing the property, to negotiating the sale through the end of the closing process.

 

Providing you with comprehensive, high-quality listing service is my top priority. So when you decide to sell your home, please contact me and let’s get started!

 

The following articles are a great place to start if you’re looking for information about the sales process and how you can get more for your home when you decide to sell.

The Basics of Marketing Your land

Your REALTOR®‘s marketing efforts and considerations will include advertising, showing the property, how long the land has been on the market and whether you’re buying another piece of land. Your land should be listed, whenever possible, through a Multiple Listing Service (MLS).

Get Your Land Ready to Show Buyers

Properties that “sparkle” on the surface will sell faster than its shabby neighbor, even though both are structurally well maintained. From experience, REALTORS® also know that a “well-polished” listing appeals to more buyers and will sell faster and for a higher price. 

How to Set a List Price for Your Land

Setting the list price for your property involves evaluating various market conditions and financial factors. During this phase of the selling process, your REALTOR® will help you set your list price based on a number of factors.

Why Use a Realtor When Selling Land?

A real estate agent can help you understand everything you need to know about the home selling process. Not all real estate licensees are the same; only those who are members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®(NAR) are properly called REALTORS®.