Stress-Free Sale

Dated: December 17 2020

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Let Me Provide You with the Stress-free Home Selling Experience You Deserve

Many of us love the idea of a new home, but not the selling and moving process. It can be difficult to prepare your house for sale and keep it in “showing” condition, while also scouting for your new home. Whether you are moving across town or across the world, here are a few tips that can help streamline the process even when there are bumps in the road.

Rely on Me - I can give you expert advice on how to best price your home. I can offer tips on home staging and show you how my marketing plan is proven to attract many interested buyers. Most significantly, I will handle your real estate sale from start to finish with the professionalism and service you should expect. I can even help you coordinate your move and enjoy yourself throughout the entire sales process. Finally, you can rest easy with the peace of mind that a proven and experienced professional is taking care of each detail.

Here are a few other simple tips to help keep the stress out of the sale of your home:

Pack as You Go - Having lots of time is key to a good moving experience. Collect all your necessary supplies and pack up things that you know you will not be using until after the move, such as off-season clothing. Rent a storage unit, POD or even a dumpster to de-clutter your home, this way you are moving each item or box only once before the big day comes.

Take a Break - Moving can easily absorb a great deal of your time. Be sure to pencil in some time for yourself to relax and enjoy your usual recreational activities. Sometimes, a night or weekend away from home can boost your energy and enthusiasm if you begin to feel drained or overwhelmed with things to do.

Think Ahead - If you plan on downsizing, consider what items, furniture and appliances may not fit into the new space, and deal with them accordingly. Before leaving your current home, be sure to get the utilities transferred over as soon as the information you need becomes available.

Make Your Bed - On the move-in day, try to arrive at your new location early to adjust the inside temperature, place toilet paper in the bathroom, and fill the fridge with snacks and cold drinks. Once you start unpacking, make the bed the first thing you set up. This will give you a safe and worry-free retreat while sorting things out and a place to relax comfortably!

I hope you find this information helpful. I specialize in the representation of homeowners from your community, and believe you deserve access to the most current, objective and comprehensive information affecting the value of your home. If you require the services of a real estate professional now or in the future, please allow me to outline how I can exceed your greatest expectations.

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Anne Butcher

Award-winning agent including America's Top 100 Real Estate Agents from 2019 and 2020. A full-time Real Estate Agent since 2003 and a certified negotiation expert. Awarded eXp Realty Icon Agent Statu....

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