Rebecca's determination and resolve was steadfast. She spent 2 weeks, moving herself back into the house because as she told us, “It’s important to give buyers the feeling that someone is living there.” We could not agree more. Helping buyers tell their own story about what it feels like to live in the home is the crux of what our approach to selling real estate is all about.
Rebecca’s is the type of dedication we marvel at. The willingness to go out of her way to move back into the house, just to get it sold, was a veteran move.
A couple mornings after she was officially “moved in,” our staging team spent almost two hours preparing the house ahead of the professional photo shoot. Then, as is routine, we arrived at the house well in advance of the photographer, with fresh fruit and fresh flowers.
Photo day is game day and there was work yet to be done.
For the better part of the morning, we scurried around the property, fussing over the details. Making sure everything looked ‘just so.’ Rebecca had done her part to bring the house to life and we weren't about to drop the ball.
After all, there are no penalties for doing ‘a little extra.’
From day one, Rebecca told us that speed of sale was a priority for her and thus we formulated our strategy accordingly. Then she executed the game plan brilliantly.
Most homeowners, our my experience, hope for a pleasant and profitable home sale. But too often that’s where it ends. Most are not willing to do the required legwork to ensure that their “hope” becomes a reality. It’s the willingness to do so, that sets our clients and their results, apart from the results of the average home seller.