When selling your home, your NH REALTOR® can give you up-to-date information on what is happening in the marketplace including price, financing availability and inventory. Real estate is local and we are experts in our marketplace.Only real estate licensees who are members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® are properly called REALTORS®. REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. They are committed to treat all parties to a transaction honestly. Thats why all real estate licensees are NOT the same. Whether you're buying or selling a home it pays to work with a REALTOR®
Buying or selling a property in New Hampshire and working with the right agent who understands your needs, your financial status and your timing is essential to a smooth and relatively stress free experience. You want an agent who will listen to you and take the time to understand your needs but also one who will be realistic regarding pricing, value and status of the market. You should work with an agent that is an expert in local market conditions and part of a winning real estate team.
You need an agent who is skilled in negotiations and understands the intricacies of buying and selling real estate in New Hampshire. At Hall NH Realty we pride ourselves with a prompt response to our clients and provide the highest level of service; we understand how important the real estate transaction is to you.
At Hall NH Realty we are trained to listen and work closely with all buyers and sellers, so whether this is your first time or just one of many, you will find our office and staff ready to serve you.
A Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) is essential to determine the value of residential property. Location and characteristics of the property are the key elements in determining value. Therefore, the basis for valuation is similar properties in your area.
The market analysis takes into account the amount received from recent sales of comparable properties and the quantity and quality of comparable properties currently on the market. The desired end result is to find a price that will attract a willing and able buyer in a reasonable time.
Once the value of your home has been determined, you can decide on an offering price that will achieve your goals. Generally, the price should not exceed the value by more than 5% or potential buyers may not even make offers. Naturally, if you want to sell quickly your asking price should be very near the value.
- A first impression is crucial in selling a home. Remember that when a prospect comes to look at your home, the first impression (curb appeal) is vital. Your front lawn and other landscaping should be neatly trimmed and mowed. Make certain that your yard is clean of refuse and leaves. The walk should be swept and, in winter, remove ice and snow from walk and steps. The front door must be clean and fresh looking, the doorbell in working order. Seventy percent of the time a potential buyer will drive past your home to see the outside before they will make an appointment to see the inside.