Selling your home can be a daunting task. Don’t go it alone.

The decision to sell your home is sometimes a hard one to make. There can be a great deal of emotion involved in moving your family from a home in which you may have experienced years of wonderful memories. If you have not sold a home before, or it has been a while, there are many things you should know before putting your home up for sale.

There are many factors that can affect your timeline (as well as your bottom line) that can be easily overlooked if you don’t arm yourself with all the information before diving in. Scott’s goal is to provide the best service available to help you sell your home on your terms, and within your timetable. As your Real Estate Professional, Scott will:

Identify your needs

– Meet with you to determine your needs, wants, and expectations
– Learn about your situation to determine a course of action
– Answer all questions you may have about the home selling process

Provide an effective strategy for selling your home

– Go over Scott’s marketing plan to sell your property
– Provide you with a CMA and help determine the best list price
– Give a preliminary estimate of your costs and net proceeds
– Explain the property disclosure form, and home warranty options
– Suggest improvements/staging to increase the home’s appeal to buyers
– Advise you on preparing your home for showings by other brokers

Put your home on the market

– Place the instantly recognized green McGraw sign in your yard
– Install an electronic keybox, giving other Realtors access to show
– Offer the home on the Tulsa MLS,, Zillow, Trulia, and hundreds of other real estate sites
– Conduct office tour/broker’s open for promotion to other Realtors
– Market the home to the public through print, internet, & TV
– Seek out qualified potential buyers to purchase your home
– Communicate with you often throughout the process
– Monitor activity, suggest improvements or change in price based on feedback from prospective buyers

Help you make the deal

– Review offers, and help you decide how to respond
– Work in your best interests in negotiating with potential buyers
– Communicate with buyer’s broker to ensure compliance with terms
– Go over the buyers Repairs, Replacements, and Treatments request
– Explain your requirements to fulfill the contract guidelines
– Keep you informed on all aspects of the transaction
– Stay on top of all necessary actions needed to ensure the sale closes in time.