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Why Should You Choose Me To List Your Home?
Some sellers believe that they can sell their property independently without the services of a licensed Broker. In reality most sellers who use this strategy leave money on the table and leave themselves open to a variety of issues that can arise when a professional is not assisting them through this process. Listing your property allows for healthy competition amongst buyers when it is exposed to the marketplace at large. When you list with me, I will employ the most effective marketing and advertising strategies for your property. I will also guide you through the complicated paperwork involved as well as the negotiation, inspection and other crucial steps required o close your sale for top dollar.
What To Look For In A Broker.
The following are a couple of factors to keep in mind when looking for a listing broker:
1. Education. The most important factor in choosing a real estate professional is their education in the real estate industry. I come armed with a business degree from the University of Washington as well as a background as a CPA. In addition, I have significant training and education specific to the real estate industry. In working for one of the world’s leading real estate companies I am kept very up to date on changing regulations and issues in our complex industry through the many educational offerings available to us.
2. Experience and Expertise. You want a full-time broker who is familiar with your area and with the type of property you intend to sell. Does he or she employ a diverse range of marketing and advertising strategies? How tech-savvy is your broker? How many similar properties has he or she listed and sold in the past?
3. Availability and Commitment. Your broker should be capable of prompt and decisive action during the course of selling your property. Does your broker make it a point to keep in touch with you constantly? Can your broker easily be contacted in case of emergencies or even for the simplest questions? Your broker should be communicative and open to how you like to best communicate with them.
4. Rapport. Does your broker take the time to listen to your goals and clarify your needs? Does your broker understand your unique situation and are they genuinely concerned about the outcome of the process? Your listing broker will be your guide and partner in this crucial decision and put your needs and interest above all else.
Lisa combines seasoned expertise and innovation, with unwavering tenacity, dedication, class, integrity and an enthusiastic, positive personality that makes her a pleasure to work with, resulting in long-standing client relationships built on trust and confidence. Lisa brings a refreshing level of professionalism to real estate. With a background in business including CPA certification and a degree from the University of Washington in Marketing and Finance Lisa’s educational background is ideal for the real estate industry. Formerly CFO of an internationally recognized Strategic Branding and Design firm, Lisa draws on her experience in finance, contracts and marketing in approaching her business.