Selling Tips

Guidance through selling: A real estate transaction has a lot of moving parts. While most homebuyers and sellers will endure this process a handful of times, an experienced real estate agent may handle dozens of transactions – every year.
Did you know? Every 1 hour, a PVRE agent helps someone find their perfect place.

Selling Buying Process: 1. Once you’ve found a home or a buyer, the buyer will submit an offer. When you’re sure that it’s a good deal (you are confident that it’s a good offer, right?), a contract will need to be drafted and signed by the buyer and seller. Remember, if it’s not in the contract, it doesn’t count. A real estate agent can help with this step of the process if needed. A benefit of working with an agent is that they know the transaction process as they work regularly, ensuring all legal matters are handled correctly and in a timely fashion.Also, If you’re working with a real estate agent, you can rest assured that your agent is working to help you reach your real estate goals.

2. Market knowledge and Comparable: The most important part of every real estate transaction is the price. For homebuyers, knowing the market value of a home will help you make a competitive offer and a wise investment decision. For sellers, nailing the right asking price from the get-go can mean the difference between a quick sale.

Your real estate agent will analyze comparable sales in tandem with their knowledge of current market fundamentals, such as housing supply and demand, mortgage rates and economic conditions. This will help you and your agent form a sound strategy.

3. Access to the right tools and resources: Granted, this benefit depends on the agent you choose, and the brand they choose to affiliate with. But ultimately, every real estate agent’s objective is to help you buy or sell a home. In order to achieve this goal, your agent should have tech tools and resources. At least, they do if you’re dealing with a PVRE agent.

PVRE sales associates have comprehensive Education & experience, technology and ongoing support/training available to them when they need it. PVRE professionals are highly skilled and educated – in fact, PVRE leads the industry in professional designations and they have the latest tools and technology at their fingertips, and they’re motivated to put this knowledge and experience to work for you.