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1. The Local Advantage - Take advantage of a broad spectrum of technologies and tools to support the sale of your home from start to close.

2. Internet Advertising - Since the lion's share of home buyers starts their search on the internet, top placement on search engines is essential. You'll gain access to placement on Google, Bing, and other websites. This will maximize your exposure and bring a large number of potential buyers to view information about your home.

3. Email Campaigns - It's important to "work the network." We can work together to identify the right people to target your home-and get in touch with them by email to drive excitement and interest.

4. Personal Touch - Of course, technology alone won't sell your home. Face-to-face interaction provides the advantage to sell your home-and you won't have to worry about a thing. The details will be handled with care and constant communication, to ensure the marketing and sale of your home go smoothly.

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Ways I will market your home:

1. Use of TREB search engines to feature your home on all of these sites!

2. Creative Video tours of your home to engage the audience to want to buy your home!


3. Craigslist Ads- Craigslist is often one of the first sites consumers look for goods, services, and HOMES! By posting and then re-posting your home I can assure that it will be available for buyers to see on a frequent basis.



 Print Marketing








Six to eight weeks before:

  • Use up things that may be difficult to move, such as frozen food. Get estimates from professional movers or truck rental companies if you are moving yourself.
  • Once you've selected a mover, discuss insurance, packing, loading, delivery and the claims procedure.
  • Sort through your possessions. Decide what you want to keep, what you want to sell and what you wish to donate to charity.
  • Record serial numbers on electronic equipment and take photos of or videotape all your belongings.
  • Change your utilities, including phone, power and water, from you old address to your new address.
  • Obtain a change of address packet from the post office and send to creditors, magazine subscriptions and catalog vendors.
  • Discuss tax-deductible moving expenses with your accountant and begin keeping accurate records.


Two to four weeks before:

  • If you're moving to a new community, contract the Chamber of Commerce and school district and request information about services.
  • Make reservation with airlines, hotels and car rental agencies, if needed.
  • If you are moving yourself, use your inventory list to determine how may boxes you will need.
  • Begin packing nonessential items.
  • Arrange for storage, if needed.
  • If you have items you don't want to pack and move, hold a yard sale.
  • Get car license, registration and insurance in order.
  • Transfer your bank accounts to new branch location. Cancel any direct deposit or automatic payments from your accounts.
  • Make special arrangements to move pets and consult your veterinarian about ways to make travel comfortable for them.
  • Have your car checked and serviced for the trip.
  • Collect items from safe-deposit box.


One week before:

  • Talk to your pharmacist about transferring important medical prescriptions.
  • Arrange for a baby sitter on moving day.
  • Return library books and videotapes.


Two or three days prior:

  • Defrost your refrigerator and freezer.
  • Have movers pack your belongings.
  • Arrange to have a payment ready for moving company.
  • Set aside legal documents and valuables that you do not want packed.
  • Pack clothing and toiletries, along with extra clothes in case the moving company is delayed.
  • Give your travel itinerary to a close friend or relative so they can reach you as needed.


Moving day
Old home:

  • Pick up the truck as early as possible if you are moving yourself.
  • Make a list of every item and box loaded on the truck.
  • Label each box with the contents and the room where you want it to be delivered.
  • Let the mover know how to reach you.
  • Double-check closets, cupboards, attic, basement and garage for any left-behind items.

New home:

  • Be on hand at the new home to answer questions and give instructions to the mover.
  • Check off boxes and items as they come off the truck.
  • Install new locks.
  • Confirm that the utilities have been turned on and are ready for use.
  • Unpack your "first day" box.
  • Unpack children's toys and find a safe place for them to play.
  • Examine your goods for damage.



   Make A Good First Impression


In today’s age of consumerism, every buyer is comparative shopping. Make a small

investment in time, money and effort to give your home a solid Advantage over

competing properties. A Clean neat home in need of few or no repairs will sell faster

and at a higher price, than one that is run down. Some of the items below will be part of

a Buyer’s Inspection.

Pay attention to detail now because first impressions count with buyers. You only have

one chance and it starts with what often is referred to as “curb appeal”. Here are some

tips to create a better curb appeal.


Create A Buying Mood

1. Turn on the Interior & Exterior lights

2. Turn on the Air Conditioner or Heater, making the temperture comfortable at

approximately 68 degrees

3. Open the drapes, curtains & shades

4. Light the Fireplace


At The Front Door

5. Clean porch and foyer

6. Ensure doorbell works

7. Repair screen on door

8. Fresh paint or varnish front door. Polish Door Handle until it shines

9. Repair door locks and key access

Exterior Appearance

10. Keep Lawns cut. Re­seed and Fertilize where necessary

11. Trim Hedges and Shrubs

12. Weed and Edge Gardens. Remove or Replace dead or diseased plants, shrubs

or trees. Remove grass growing in driveway or walkway cracks

13. Clean driveway and clean up oil spills

14. Plant flowers or have them in pots to brighten walkway

15. Paint or Stain Decks

16. Clean all fencing and make sure it’s secure; replace missing slats or posts

17. Remove broken down cars, campers and boats

18. Clear Gutters & Downspouts

19. Remove Peeling and Chipped Paint. Touch up with fresh coat

20. Remove Moss on Roof

21. Make sure there is good exterior lighting and all walkway lights and front door

latern work

22. At night turn on porch lights and outdoor lighting. Buyers often drive by a various

times of the day if they are considering your home to purchase



23. Steam Clean Carpets, Clean Rugs and Wood Flooring

24. Remove any Stains or Odors

25. Repair cracks and holes in ceiling and walls­Touch Up Paint

26. Remove or Replace any attached items, such as chandeliers that you wish to

take with you.

27. Clear Kitchen Counter & Stovetop

28. Organize Pantry so that it appears clean & more spacious

29. Clear Closets of unnecessary clothing

30. Neatly make up beds

31. Clear Halls & Stairs of clutter

32. Store surplus furniture

33. Remove empty boxes & containers

34. Clean out garage



35. Repair leaking taps & toilets

36. Clean Furnace & Filters

37. Tighten Doorknobs & Latches

38. Repair cracked plaster

39. Touch up paint

40. Repair seals around tubs & basins

41. Replace defective light bulbs

42. Oil squeaking doors

43. Repair squeaking floorboards

44. Make sure all fixtures, including heat lamps & exhaust fans are operating

45. Install new Shower Curtain

46. Store supplies like Shampoo bottles, Cleaners & Toilet Paper

47. Make sure all Windows Open & Close easily

49. Replace cracked Windowpanes & those with broken seals

50. Make sure window screens are secure & replace any screens with holes or tears

51. Remove Grout & Soap stains from Tile

52. Replace any missing or cracked Tiles or Grout


Squeaky Clean

53. Clean & Freshen Bathrooms

54. Clean Fridge & Stove In and Out

55. Clean Carpets, Drapes, Window Blinds & around heating vents

56. Clean Washer & Dryer