Advantage Realty Team's Essential Home Selling Guide
Thinking about selling your home in Broomfield? We can help! Pick a resource below to get started, read our FAQs if you're not quite sure where to start, or call us directly at (303) 548-8231 to talk in depth about your home selling goals.
Selling a home in Broomfield or any other community in the Greater Denver area can be a challenge if you don't have access to the right resources. As real estate experts, we want to provide all the tools and information you need to make the best decisions. If you're not quite sure where you need to start when preparing to sell your home, review our frequently asked questions or call us at (303) 548-8231.
What Should I Do Before Putting My Home on the Market?
It's a good idea to start sorting through your belongings, clean your closets of unnecessary clutter, and make notes of what repairs need to be made. It's best to put your home on the market when it's ready for showings — that is, when it looks more like a model home with neutral decor, decluttered spaces, and pleasing curb appeal.
Next Steps: Review our low-cost home staging and curb appeal tips to "wow" your potential buyers.
How Can I Learn About the Greater Denver Market?
As real estate experts, we stay up to date on all the market activity in Broomfield and the Greater Denver area. We're familiar with what homes are worth, how long homes are staying on the market, and what buyers are looking for in homes in your community. We'd be happy to talk with you about the local real estate market.
How Should I Price My Home?
The value of your home is determined by how much buyers are willing to pay. That's why it's crucial to research the real estate market before selling your home. We determine the market value of your home (i.e. how much buyers would pay for your property) based on recent improvements you've made, the location of your home, and the market conditions in your own neighborhood.
It's best to price your home at market value. Price your home too high and it can languish on the market without a buyer, forcing you to drop the price. Price your home too low and you may end up losing your hard-earned equity; it's never a guarantee that you'll receive multiple offers, even in a tight market.
Next Steps: Ask us for a Comparative Market Analysis, also called a CMA. We'll compare your property with similar homes that have recently sold, take into account any recent improvements and upgrades, and analyze current market conditions in your neighborhood. We can then talk about a listing price and discuss ways to improve your home's value.
I Have a Question That's Not Listed!
Don't worry! We're available to answer all of your home selling questions. Contact us directly at (303) 548-8231 and let's chat.