If selling your Charlotte area home is one of your 2020 resolutions, we can help you keep that resolution and sell your home at top dollar. It’s a great time to sell in the Charlotte area with buyer demand outpacing supply of homes. Find out why your shouldn’t attempt to be a For Sale By Owner. Find out what your Charlotte area home is worth in today’s market.
Keep That New Year’s Resolution To Sell Your Home In 2020
Do your New Year’s resolutions include selling your home in 2019? I can help you keep that resolution!
Did you know that just 8% of people who make New Year’s resolutions succeed in keeping them? Or that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February?
You don’t need to be one of the failure statistics. I can help you sell your home at top dollar, as well as help you find that dream home you’ve been hoping for. And we can get started immediately. It’s a great time to sell a home in the Charlotte area — inventory remains low and buyer demand is high. Call me today!
Things To Consider When Selling Your House
Meantime, as you’re making your New Year’s resolution to sell your home in 2020, don’t forget to check out our Winter 2020 Home Seller Guide: Things To Consider When Selling Your House.
It’s difficult to know when is the best time to sell, or how to get the most money for your house, but you don’t need to go through the process alone.
You may be wondering if prices are projected to rise or fall…or how much competition you may be facing in your market. Our free Home Seller Guide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you haven’t even thought about yet.
What’s Your Charlotte Area Home Worth?
5 More Reasons To Work With A Real Estate Professional
Rising home prices coupled with the current inventory in today’s market might tempt some homeowners to consider selling their homes on their own (For Sale By Owner). However, a FSBO might be hard to execute well for the vast majority of sellers and studies have shown that:
“While 36% of sellers that (at first) attempted to sell their homes on their own, only 11 percent of sellers—in other words, less than a third…actually sold without an agent.”