Selling Your Home

To help you get started, we've outlined the key steps to selling your home and detailed the ways we can provide assistance.

  1. Prepare to Sell
    As you get ready to sell your house there are usually some simple improvements which can help you get the most for your property and sell it quickly. Our sales professionals assist with the sale of thousands of houses every year and help you focus your efforts on the things which will make a real difference to buyers. We can assist with a complimentary consultation.
  2. Learn Your Property's Value
    Setting the right price before listing your property is critical to getting the most for your home and selling it quickly. Request a Competitive Market Analysis (CMA) on your property free of charge, without obligation. A CMA will give you the facts and insight to set the right price.
  3. Choose a Professional
    A great agent will help you better understand the process and gives you a number of advantages in selling your home. With local knowledge of home values and expertise in pricing and negotiating, you can rest assured you will get the most for your home. We can match you with the best sales associate, choosing from any of our 700 leading real estate professionals in the area.
  4. Marketing and Networking
    Getting the best price in the least amount of time is about delivering the right buyer for your home. We do this with a combination of a solid marketing plan, targeted media exposure, and taking advantage of our powerful network of local and out-of-town buyers. These are resources no other firm can match.
  5. Moving Locally, Nationally or Internationally
    If you're moving into or out of the area, let our Relocation Team make the transition easier. Not only can we get your house sold in the least amount of time, but we can also help you find a leading company with great service no matter where you're moving to.

"Thanks for all your help. If everyone moving here has as easy a time as I did, you guys will get nothing but big Congrats when it's all over."