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Hire a Professional


The time has come to sell your home and you're not sure who to hire. All Realtors and Brokers are the same, right? Wrong. The scary part about picking who will represent you is that you won't know if you made a bad decision until it's too late. Real estate is a relationship-driven industry where strong commuicators have an advantage. Hiring someone for their knowledge of contracts is just as important as how quickly they respond to your questions. Finding someone with a strong network within the real estate community is advantageous, too. 

I have a simple goal, and that's to make your life easier while netting you the most amount of money. Real estate transactions are stressful and there are important timelines you need to keep track of, all while trying to keep your house clean and prepare for your move. I'm here to ease your pain and help you make good decisions. Give me a call if you'd like to discuss selling your home and learn more about the services I offer. 


In the meantime, check to see what your homes estimated

value could be and see what homes near you have sold recently.

find a realtor®

Why?  A Texas REALTOR® will save you time and money by setting the correct price for your home, marketing and showing your property, advising you about the pros and cons of offers, and help negotiate favorable terms on your behalf.

sign a listing agreement

The listing agreement allows a Texas REALTOR® to sell your home during a given period of time and compensates them when your home sells.  The amount of compensation, the length of the listing period, and other terms in the agreement are negotiable.

set a price

If you ask too much, you may not find a buyer. If you price the home too low, you’ll cheat yourself out of money.  Websites with quickie value estimators aren’t the way to determine the value of your home.  Go to the only people with the data and the expertise to accurately read your market: Texas REALTORS®.

market your property

When preparing your home for viewing, remember that people buy on emotions. Your home has to feel right or buyers will look elsewhere.  Look at your home objectively and listen to suggestions from your agent about ways to make your home more appealing (such as cleaning, de-cluttering, removing personal items like pictures, making cosmetic repairs, etc).


When a buyer makes an offer, what do you do?  Your Texas REALTOR® will help you review it and weigh the pros and cons.  If you’re lucky enough to have more than one offer they will discuss your options and advise what’s best for you.  Once an offer is accepted by you and the buyers, the buyers will perform inspections and finalize their financing.

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