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June 6, 2015

Utah Real Estate Drones

Utah Real Estate

Utah Real Estate

Utah Luxury Realty's Listing Presentation just got even better.  With the Purchase of our new DJI Inspire Drone we are able to present our Listings to Home Buyers in a amazing Video format.  Luxury Homes, especially those with unique exterior features, can be shown to the Real Estate public better than any other Realtor here in Utah. With hundreds of websites, all placed high in Google search, our Internet exposure is second to no other.  Call today and see how we can help you when selling your Utah Home.  

Posted in Selling
Nov. 22, 2014

Listing Utah County Realtor Home Selling Process

Listing Utah County Realtor Home Selling Process

Utah County Real Estate
When selling your home you don’t want to overprice or undersell. You need to showcase your home but you don’t want to make things look forced or pressure potential buyers with a hard sell. You want a good listing Utah County Realtor® who understands the market and knows what works where you live.

Work to avoid these four mistakes, and you’ll find yourself doing the right thing at each stage of the Utah County Real Estate Selling Process.

Your home must be priced competitively to sell. Overpricing can leave your home lingering on the market. Buyers compare your sale price with comparable homes in the area looking at places similar in square footage, construction, numbers of bedrooms and bathrooms, age and condition.

Your real estate agent can provide you with a Comparative Market analysis, often referred to as comps, on your home to assist in establishing a competitive price. Comps can include homes recently sold or currently on the market.

While everyone hopes to maximize the sale of their home, pricing yourself out of the market could leave your home unsold for a long time. Competitive pricing will spark considerably more interest and can generate multiple offers and ultimately a better sales price and quicker sale.

As for appraisals, they’re easy to misunderstand. An appraisal isn’t the market value of your home: It is an opinion on value that means one thing to a mortgage lender and another to your local appraiser, who collects real property taxes based on that assessment.

You want potential buyers to imagine themselves in your home. You don’t want any hiccups. Take the time to fix any visible issues such as broken windows and chipped or peeling paint, as well.

Removing clutter and doing simple upgrades to window coverings and counter surfaces can also make good impressions. Ditch ugly furniture and clutter that detracts from the cleanliness of each room. Consider staging each room: There’s an art to filling a space with some personality without making it too personal.

Also consider the photos, videos, and other marketing materials your Utah County Realtor® might suggest. Many potential buyers scour online listings, so photos that show off the best of your house can make the difference between full or sparse open houses. Some homeowners even start house blogs.

Your Utah County Realtor® will know professionals to consult and may offer photos and video as part of their home selling package.

Your Utah County Realtor® may suggest leaving the house when it’s time to show the home. The last thing buyers want is an owner following them, anticipating questions and pointing out each improvement and amenity. Let them discover things on their own.

Not everyone visiting your home will bid: You’ll likely have at least some lookers who just want to window shop, especially during an open house. You may also have people who want to get a sense of the area, perhaps because they’re interested in a nearby home. Or maybe they want perfection and will look at 50 homes and not buy anything.

By keeping your expectations in check, you’ll protect yourself from disappointment.

Interview several agents before selecting one and signing a listing agreement. The more Utah County Realtors® you interview, the easier you can evaluate their qualifications versus your needs. It’s important you choose someone who makes you feel comfortable and confident about the decisions you will make.

The listing agreement will govern your rights and the Utah County Realtor’s® duties and responsibilities. Be sure you understand the language of the agreement and that it contains a guarantee of performance—and a right to cancel. Don’t be afraid to ask all the questions you want before you sign.

Professional Utah County Realtor® understand seller anxiety and are more than happy to provide you with all the information you seek.

Posted in Selling
Nov. 16, 2014

Provo Real Estate

Provo Real Estate

Provo Utah Real Estate

Provo Utah MLS Home Search

Home Buyer Realty works hard every day to provide Provo Utah Home Sellers with the very best Home Selling tools available here in Provo Utah. We have over 100 Local Real Estate websites that help provide maximum exposure on the Internet. Aerial Photos compliment an already amazing online presentation. Home Buyers here in Utah get to see your Home at it's best. Call us today and see how we can help make your Home Selling experience be the best ever. Check out all the homes we have sold.

Posted in Selling
March 25, 2010

Selling Utah Homes

Utah Home Selling

 Aerial Photos in Utah

The Web Realty Team has been working for over 10 years to develop the most effective listing Real Estate Brokerage here in Utah. We have some amazing programs that has helped many Home Sellers with the successful sale of their Utah Home ever since 2004. 

Recently we purchase a new Phantom 2 Vision Drone. We now provide aerial photos with every Listing that we place on the MLS. Call us today to see how we can help you make more money at closing than any other Realtor here in the entire State of Utah.