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Christina Asad Edwards Process in Buying and Selling a Home

Christina Asad Edwards Process in Buying and Selling a Home

Buying a Home – Services received in working with Christina Asad Edwards include:

  1. Get access to all the listings.
  2. Know all the facts on properties of interest.
  3. Negotiate with the help of a real estate professional.
  4. Finance the home faster.
  5. Make a solid investment that pays off down the road.

New homes for sale hit the market daily. With Christina Asad Edwards, there is regular contact with sellers and other real estate agents to ensure buyers see the newest listings right away, even unpublished listings. Christina will select the properties that meet her client’s needs and investment preferences. In comparing the best deals, important information about the home, its neighborhood, zoning issues, utilities, and nearby plans for development is provided.

Many real estate transactions include an extensive negotiating process, Christina’s job is to provide the great representation and get the best deal possible. Christina will also attend property inspections, make sure any and all agreed-on repair work is carried out, and handle paperwork related to the sale. Christina can also help set up the financing for the real estate invesment, and work directly with the broker to provide a seamless service package.

Working with Christina Asad Edwards on the next real estate purchase saves time and adds professional assurance to every step of the process.

Selling a Home – Services received in working with Christina Asad Edwards include:

  1. Sell with a custom marketing plan.
  2. Get home listed and talked about everywhere, not just in the local paper and that neighborhood.
  3. Attract buyers via the Internet.
  4. Have all the paperwork taken care of.
  5. Negotiate with the help of a real estate professional.

Christina Asad Edwards will quickly put together a custom marketing plan with an effective price. A well-priced home will often generate competing offers and drive up the final sale value. The Highest Price Analysis (HPA) developed takes into account the most actively searched prices, and home values throughout the area, including expired listings, and properties still on the market. The marketing will emphasize the unique and sellable aspects of the property. The home will be placed in front of thousands of buyers, establishing it on the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) as well as broader ones, new listings sheets, and Realtor publications. Christina’s network of professional real estate contacts and buyers throughout the nation will also have the opportunity to review listing details. In addition, the Internet and this professionally optimized website will be utilised to make the listing highly visible. With more than 80 percent of buyers checking the web first when looking for a home, the internet advertising is a key part of the marketing strategy.

Without the help of a Realtor, marketing a property can be time consuming and difficult. Advertising in the media is often expensive, and many buyers are reluctant to consider homes listed “For Sale by Owner”.

When a purchase offer is received, Christina will provide professional representation during the client emotionally charged negotiating process and will ensure the best price is obtained with favorable closing terms that are clearly spelled out. All paperwork related to the sale will also be taken care of.

For most of us, our home is our biggest investment. When it’s time to sell, get the value you deserve with the help of Christina Asad Edwards.

Selling a Home at a Higher Price

Employing a Realtor provides maximum exposure to the largest quantity of capable buyers for the home listing. The law of supply and demand dictates that the more ready, willing, and able home buyers in supply means the ability to demand a higher home selling price.

  • The absolute number one tip in getting the highest price possible in selling a home is this: make sure there is full Multiple Listing Service (MLS) coverage.
  • Don’t consider any offers until the home is on the MLS.
  • REALTOR = home on MLS = most Realtors = most buyers = most money.

There is a saying in real estate. The first offer is usually the best one. This is only true if everyone knows the home is for sale. Ultimately, the MLS will make a difference on the home selling price bottom line.