When To Start Working With An Agent: Sellers Edition | Deborah Gladney
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When To Start Working With An Agent: Sellers Edition

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Selling your home is a huge undertaking — but with the right agent, you don’t have to do it on your own. Your ReeceNichols agent will guide you through the sale, helping you price your home correctly and marketing it to potential buyers. So how do you know when you’re ready to contact an agent about listing?

YOU HAVE THE SEVEN-YEAR ITCH.

You’ve been in your home seven (or more) years, and you’re starting to get that itch to find something new. The good news for you? If you’ve lived in your home for five years or more, you could have equity in your home. Cash in!

YOUR HOME IS TOO SMALL OR TOO BIG.

Kids moved out? Kids moved in? Too cramped? Too cavernous? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time to right-size.

YOU’VE PAID OFF NON-MORTGAGE DEBTS.

If you’ve paid off your student loans, car or any other non-mortgage debts and have saved up a nice chunk of change, it could be time to list and see what’s on the market today.

YOU KNOW THERE ARE POTENTIAL HOME BUYERS OUT THERE.

Maybe you’ve heard rumblings that home buyers are on the hunt for homes like yours. When you connect with a ReeceNichols agent, they’ll be able to show you real home buyers who are looking for home just like yours, a heat map of buyer interest in your neighborhood and more — giving you the inside scoop.

YOU DON’T HAVE TO SELL YOUR HOME FAST.

The best time to list is when there’s no immediate need to list. That way, you don’t have to sell to the first buyers who make an offer — you can wait and sell your home for the price it’s worth.

If you’re considering selling your home and want estimates for how much your home is worth, check out our tool to discover your home’s value. Then, your ReeceNichols agent can prepare a comparative market analysis for you, giving you a more detailed evaluation. Contact an agent today!

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