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Services for Sellers


Now is the best time to sell your home, condo, business, restaurant or other property as prices continue to rise in southeast Florida. Wondering what the price of your property is nowadays? Want to sell your home in Aventura, Brickell, Miami or Sunny Isles Beach? Let me help your home. I can provide you with the most accurate information to know the best price of your property to compete and maximize the profits of your investment.  When you list your property with me, I will provide you with the following all services available when selling your property:
  • Accurate evaluation and comparative market analysis of your property (CMA).
  • Promote your property by placing your property on the Southeast Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service covering all Miami-Dade and Broward Counties for immediate distribution and exposure.
  • Promote your property. Local, national and international markets. *Your property will immediately be sold to my entire Referral Network and as many as 500 websites around the world.  Mail your property brochure to area residents and the surrounding communities.
  • Photography of your property. Professional photography is available to upscale properties. Please contact me for additional information.
  • Professional full-color postcard to be distributed to targeted markets.
  • Contact with other realtors that sell similar properties.
  • Target financially capable international prospects.
  • Market your property on the internet on multiple websites *over 500 around the world, including,,,,, and much more.
  • Promote your property on various websites. 
  • Provide the maximum exposure of your property.
  • Continuously promote and market your property via social networks, for example, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and many others.
  • Yard Signs, whenever possible and allowable.
  • Keep you informed regarding inquiries, showings and all of the activities about the sale of your property.
 Tips on making your home more appealing.
  • Improve your Home's Value
  • Paint (both inside and outside), wallpaper and landscaping help a home “show” better and are good investments.
  • Make sure all appliances are in good working condition.
  • Make sure there are no issues with the electrical or plumbing as these will significantly impact the value of your house.
  • Make sure the roof is in good shape.
  • If you have a pool or Jacuzzi, make sure they are in good working condition. Pools and Jacuzzis can add a lot of value to a home if they are in good condition.
  • Clean and refurbish (if needed) all flooring, including wood, tile, and carpet.
  • Don’t just focus on the big improvements, fixing loose doorknobs; stuck windows, creaking hinges will help. These small details may not add a lot of value to a home, but they may deter potential buyers from making offers.
  • Finding a REALTOR®
  • Pick a realtor who has a strong marketing presence on the internet.
  • See how many current listings they have and critique their marketing of those properties. If a REALTOR® does not do a good job of marketing resources, your property will have a difficult time selling.
  • See how many blogs, newsletters, and other monthly marketing they are marketing.
  • Find out what services they offer. Will they do a complimentary “Comparative Market Analysis”?
  • Find out if they have experience in your immediate area.
  • Find out how they plan on marketing your property and what their fee is.
  • Setting the Price
  • Once you have your REALTOR® have them conduct a “Comparative Market Analysis.”
  • Try to remove personal investment in your home when determining the price of your home.
  • Have your REALTOR® set up a home inspection.
  • As with all sales, prices are a product of supply and demand. If there's a high demand and low supply, your home will be worth more. However, if supply is high and demand is low, your home will lose value.
  • The more restraints you put on the sale process, the more this will impact pricing. For example, if you need to sell your house quickly you will lose leverage in the marketplace resulting in lower offers.
  • Price it right the first time. If you price too low, people will think something is wrong with your home. If you price too high and have to lower your price, it will hurt you more than if you price it right the first time.
  • Listen to your realtor, they know the market and will price your house at best possible amount to maximize activity and get you a fair market value.
  • Getting your House Ready for a Showing.
  • Pare down your possessions. You want your home to look like it has plenty of space, pack anything you want to keep and move it off-site to a storage facility.
  • Rearrange furniture to make your house look as spacious as possible.
  • Depersonalize your house. Buyers want to be able to see themselves living in your home, and that is harder to do when there are family portraits and such everywhere.
  • Clean, clean, clean! Potential buyers want to see a clean house both inside and outside. You will lose offers if you show your home when it is not clean.
  • Make sure your closets and garage are neat and organized to maximize space. Closets are big sellers so make sure they look big!
  • Bathrooms sell houses. Make sure they are clean and re-caulk where needed.
  • Make sure bedrooms are bright and colorful. Remove excess clutter. Remember this is where buyers will spend 1/3 of their time.
  • Curb appeal is vital. Pressure wash your driveway, windows, and siding.
  • Have your lawn mowed and weeded.
  • Make sure the gutters are cleaned and repaired if needed.
  • Make sure you secure any valuables in your property.
  • Showing your House
  • The more available your house is to show, the more offers you will get. If you make it too difficult on your realtor to show your home, you will lose potential buyers.
  • Keep your house in showing condition; you never know when your agent will call you to show your house.
  • Keep the temperature at a comfortable level in the home.
  • Make sure your house smells nice. Empty trashcans, have scented candles, and air your home out if needed.
  • Potential buyers love a lighting; it makes your home look more welcoming and bigger.
  • Avoid crowds, when your agent is showing your home send the kids to the neighbors or for a walk.
  • Silence is golden; turn off radios, stereos, and televisions.
  • Have your pets taken care of when your home is being shown, for example, in neighbors home, pet day care or have a friend look after them.
  • Let your agent do the talking; buyers are often not comfortable dealing with owners so just hang back and let your agent do their job.
  • Don’t try to sell potential buyers appliances, old furniture, or anything besides your house. Save it for after the sale.
  • Let your REALTOR® negotiate for you, as they have been carefully trained to do this for you. Don’t discuss selling price, terms, possession dates or other such details.
Step 1: Starting the Process:
A sales contract is signed by the buyer and seller and delivered to the closing agent, usually with a deposit check. The escrow is accepted by the escrow agent, usually by written notation on the contract. The escrow agent starts the closing process by opening a title order. The file begins to be treated. Tax information, loan payoffs, survey (if necessary), homeowner/maintenance fees, inspections/reports, and hazard and other insurances, as well as legal papers, are ordered. A title search is requested.
Step 2: Title Search and Examination:
This is a  search made of the public records. Records searched include deeds, mortgages, paving assessments, liens, wills, divorce settlements and other documents affecting title to the property. Title examination is the examination of the documents found during the title search that affect the title to the property. A title search is necessary when verification of the legal owner is made, and the debts owed against the property are determined. Upon completion of the search and examination, a title commitment/preliminary report is prepared and reviewed and sent out to interested parties.
Step 3: Document Preparation and Request to Produce
The closing agent reviews the new lender's instructions/requirements, reviews instructions from other parties to the transaction, reviews legal and loan documents, assembles charges, and prepares closing statements and schedules the closing.
Step 4: Settlement/Closing the Transaction
Escrow/Settlement Agent oversees the closing of the transaction. Seller signs the deed and closing affidavit. Buyer signs the new note and mortgage. The old loan is paid off. The seller, real estate professionals, attorneys and other parties present at the closing of the transaction are paid.
Step 5: Post-Closing:
After the signing has been completed, the escrow/settlement agent will forward payment to any prior lender, and pay all parties who performed services in connection with your closing (if they have not been paid). The transaction documents are recorded in the county in which the property is located. Title insurance policies are prepared and sent to the new lender and you. This all happens without any further actions by the buyer or seller.
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