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Home Selling Made Easy

Although the Internet has made it easier to sell your home without an agent, about 93% of home sales are still done with some type of real estate agent.  By using Sam Hawkins and his team, you gain decades of industry experience and education, a vast network and deep knowledge of the market, professional staging and pre-sale preparation, professional broker open houses, pre-and re-inspection services, and savvy negotiating skills. Plus, we provide a personalized step-by-step listing guide outlining our selling strategy, events, and services so you know exactly what to expect when. 

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Free Seller's Guide

What are the major concerns, common questions and what to expect during the process of selling your home? We have created a quick overview that will walk sellers through the home selling process and offers answers to these frequently asked questions.

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Free Market Report

Want to learn more about a particular area?  Wonder how the real estate market is looking? Curious what your home is worth? Our free market report provides you with customized information that helps you make the right decisions for you and your family.

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Tips for Sellers

Get a home appraisal.
Knowing the value of your house and exercising patience and restraint are key, so be sure to get your home appraised. In a good market, the sale price can be 10-15% above the appraisal. In a weaker market, the sale price may be around the appraisal figure.


Get a home inspection.
A home inspection is important in avoiding complications during your sale. The buyer will get an inspection, but discovering problems during a pre-sale home inspection allows you to have more control over how to handle them.


Market as long as possible.
If you are able, try to put your home on the market as long as possible before buying a new one. Otherwise you may end up paying two mortgages, which can be difficult to afford. If you do end up finding a house that you can’t wait to buy before selling your own, you can ask your lender for a bridge loan, or you may also be able to get a home equity loan to help with dual mortgage payments.

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