Selling your home involves more than just placing a “For Sale” sign in your yard and going to the closing.  Marguerite Wyche and associates are here to help you prepare your home for the sale, market your home, and guide you through the sale process to help you sell your home within your time frame and get the best price possible.

We will help you determine the correct price range for your home, point out things you should do to make your home more appealing to buyers, and devise an effective plan of action.  Here are some of the steps we will take to sell your home:
  • Review the selling process
  • Review comparable properties that have sold recently in your neighborhood
  • Determine ranges for both list and selling prices
  • Market your property
  • Keep communication open
  • Present and review the offer to purchase agreement

Factors that Affect Your Home Sale

There are several factors that affect the marketability of your home.  Some of them, such as, the national economy or local unemployment rate, we have no control over.  However, there are a few factors that we can control and these include: price, financing and time.


If your home is priced too high, you will have to wait much longer to receive an offer on your home than if you had priced your home as close to “market” price.  This is the most important factor that you have to consider and your need to ask your agent with Marguerite Wyche and Associates to assist you in this important decision.  Pricing your home properly when it first goes on the market is VERY important.


You need to understand the current financial climate when you are placing your home on the market.  Your agent with Marguerite Wyche and Associates can help explain the current market and how your buyer’s financing might affect the sale of your home.


It is important for you to consider how quickly you want to sell your home.  If other variables in the market are stable, how you price your home will affect how quickly it sells.  Be sure to discuss your time frame with your agent with Marguerite Wyche and Associates.