Getting from FOR SALE to SOLD is a process, and I’m excited to help you every step of the way. Even in the hottest market, buyers are discerning, and I can help your listing stand out among the competition.

Before hitting the market, we will do an in-depth consult where I will provide a thorough market analysis outlining comparable properties that have recently sold, as well as properties currently on the market that you’ll be up against. I will also pinpoint your needs: Do you need to sell quickly?Do you need to net a certain amount? The answers to these questions will impact the list price and my marketing approach. It is important to me to learn your needs and make sure they’re met.

Together, we will take an objective look at your home, and come up with a plan of action to get it ready for market so that it shines in comparison to other homes on the market. Maybe that means getting a storage unit for excess furniture and clutter, doing some landscaping to help with curb appeal, making repairs, or utilizing a staging company. Once the home is ready, we will have professional photos taken, and hit the market running.

Once your home is on the market, I will take a comprehensive approach to marketing; utilizing online advertising, social media on various platforms, and open houses. Working for a large brokerage, I have an immense network of Realtors I can share your listing with directly. Additionally, being licensed in Arizona, Washington, and Oregon, I have a strong network in the Northwest and the ability to get your listing in front of out of area buyers. All this is to say– I will get your listing in front of as many Realtors and buyers as possible.

It is so important to me that my clients feel supported and heard throughout what can be a stressful or emotional process. Selling a home and moving is always a milestone in some way. When you select me to sell your home, know that I will always be available to answer questions and proactive in communication.

Contact me today– let’s get your house sold!

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