Over the years we have streamlined the process to make listing your property simple. Once listed we will market your home online to achieve the results you need to be successful. The process starts by filling out our state specific listing agreement package. The agreement package contains the following: state mandated agency disclosure and our agreement with you, the seller. You will also fill out the property information form provided by MLS. This form is multiple choice and provides us with the information about your property in order to list it on your local MLS with accuracy.
After executing the listing agreement package and property information form you will send us your photos. When taking photos of your property we recommend that you use landscape mode. You can submit up to 30 photos but we recommend that you focus on quality, not quantity. When selecting property photos to display on your MLS listing just show enough photos to pique consumer interest. Showing too many photos can give consumers a reason not to visit your property.
Once we receive all the information needed, we will create your MLS listing and activate it. After we activate the listing, we will send you a welcome email containing all the information (customer service support, transaction forms, open house registrations, etc. ) you will need for the duration of your listing. We do our best make sure your look like you have done this before. We explain how to work the buyers and agents alike.
Buyer Agents will see your contact information under the ‘Special Showing Instructions’ field. If a prospective buyer calls us, we provide your information. If they leave us a voicemail, we will email you a copy of the message in .mp3 format so you can listen and respond. If the prospective buyer emails about your property, we will forward you the email without delay. Unlike many services, we have high ethical standards and never poach leads that belong to our sellers.
→ Get the process started by heading over to our Agreement Wizard to create, sign and execute the listing agreement online.
In 2016, 88% of homebuyers used a Realtor® to find and purchase their home. [ Source: NAR ]