We Help You Sell Your Real Estate in the Hickory Area
Selling a home can be an emotional, challenging task for most people. A Coldwell Banker agent is your best resource to help you realize the best possible price in the shortest time possible for your home, while reducing the amount of stress levied upon you as a seller. Our agents go through extensive training and continuing education to keep them on the cutting edge of their profession—and it shows! Coldwell Banker Boyd & Hassell sells twice the number of homes as our nearest competitor, and has for years.
Here are a few steps in the home selling process:
1. Market Analysis
Once you have contacted one of our agents, they will prepare a market analysis for you, free of charge! This compares your home to recent comparable sales in your area and is a professional opinion of price. This helps you to decide on a list price that will help get you the best price for your home in the shortest time possible.
2. Preparing Your House
Once you have decided to list your home for sale, your Coldwell Banker Boyd & Hassell agent will meet with you at the home to go over certain items that need attention prior to placing your home on the market. These enhancements can include minor landscape improvements to increase curb appeal, new interior paint, carpet cleaning, organizing, de-cluttering closets, etc. These improvements can vastly increase the marketability of your home and earn you a higher sales price and fewer days on market!
3. Coldwell Banker Concierge
Just what is Coldwell Banker Concierge? We hear that a lot! Coldwell Banker Concierge is a list of trusted home improvement vendors compiled by our firm and agents to help you prepare your home for sale. Search through our list of vendors to find who you need to get the job done!
4. Placing Your Home on the Market
Once you’ve completed your punch list to prepare your home for sale, your agent will be back to place the “For Sale” sign in your yard…but they won’t stop there! Ask your agent about their individual marketing strategies for your property.
The closing process in North Carolina generally occurs at an attorney’s office. Both parties sign off on necessary documentation to transfer the deed from seller to buyer, and the buyer officially signs paperwork agreeing to take a loan out on the property. This is the last step before you are handed the keys to your new home! Your agent will guide you through all of the necessary closing procedures to get you into your new home as quickly and easily as possible.