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What to expect from your Lake Norman Agents Realtor

December 5, 2013


  • The number one job a Realtor commits to is to provide skill, care and diligence in everything they do.  We take our fiduciary duty to you, our client, seriously.  We will always put you first!
  • Perform a Competitive Market Analysis to evaluate the correct price for your home
  • Accurately explain Agency relationships in North Carolina
  • Provide you with a written guide to assist you in preparing your home for sale
  • Provide you with a Seller Net Sheet to give you an accurate picture of what you can expect to make from the sale of your home
  • Arrange for an experience Real Estate Professional to work with you in your new city to find you a home, if needed
  • Accurately measure your home
  • Assist in staging your home to maximize marketability
  • Provide you copies of all signed agreements between you and the company
  • Install a sign and lockbox at your home
  • Provide a full color brochure that will include:
    1. Multiple interior and exterior photos
    2. MLS Sheet
    3. Required property disclosures and addendums
    4. Measurements and a floorplan if available
    5. A Survey or Plat Map of the property
    6. A utility information sheet
    7. Neighborhood/Area information if available
  • Provide a Visual Tour of your property
  • Update the Multiple Listing Service with information regarding your home including a minimum of one photo immediately upon entry of the listing
  • Update the MLS with additional photos within 7 days of listing your home
  • Verify with you that all information loaded in the MLS system is accurate
  • Upload you property information on various websites including, Zillow, Trulia,,, your agent’s personal website and various other websites via our affiliation with the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association
  • Schedule all showings through Centralized Showing Service
  • Contact you with feedback from all showings
  • Provide a written marketing update on a monthly basis
  • Review the marketing and pricing of your home on a monthly basis to analyze how changes in the market have affected the salability of your home
  • Verify at least every 60 days that photos are current, effective and are an accurate representation of the home’s condition
  • Present and review of all offers, written or verbal in a timely manner
  • Negotiate all offers on you behalf and with your best interests in mind
  • Negotiate repairs once a contract is agreed upon
  • Obtain a loan approval letter from the selling agent
  • Coordinate the closing with you
  • Review the settlement statement prior to closing
  • Attend the closing with you to answer questions and be your advocate if issues arise
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Preparing Your Home For Sale

October 31, 2013

In our quickly changing real estate market, sellers cannot afford to ignore any part of the marketing process. Price, preparation, and presentation must be excellent in order to attract a buyer. The price must be set realistically. Preparation should include fresh paint, de-cluttering, updated floor materials, and no glaring repair needs. Presentation of the home […]

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