The Jennifer Jones Team
Thinking About Selling Your Home? Here's How We Can Help!
As you contemplate putting your house up for sale, thinking about what you
need to do to prep your house and property can seem overwhelming.
Our Team has helped clients like you in the past with preparing their home
for sale, and in turn, maximize what they net once the home sold.
Here is how The Jennifer Jones Team can help!
1. We start the process off with our initial visit. Here we walk through your
home and property and generate a 'Honey-Do list of cheap and cheerful
things that will go a long way; decluttering, painting, touch-ups, deep
cleans, etc. Don’t be discouraged by this list though, for everything and
anything on that list we have a person or company that can help if you
would prefer not to do it yourself. The Jennifer Jones Team has their own
exclusive contractor who is available for various projects, and a Rolodex
filled with excellent recommendations for every trade out there.
2. Once this list is completed, we bring in a stager, if necessary, to add
some finishing touches. We will do everything required to make sure the
day your home hits the market it will ‘Wow’ buyers.
3. When the house is ready the professional photographer takes magazine
worthy photos inside and out to showcase your home on MLS, real estate
websites, social media, brochures, and all our other advertising outlets.
This whole process from initial walk through, selling your home, and
moving out is done with the guidance and involvement of our entire team.
The best part is there is no cost for our Agents to meet with you! Invite us
in to talk about your home and what needs to happen, so you can net the
most money when you sell it. After that you will have your 'Honey-Do' list in
hand, a better understanding of your home’s worth, and an action plan for
next steps. Then you can decide if The Jennifer Jones Team is the right fit
to guide you through that process.
We look forward to meeting with you!
Written By: Courtney Carroll (firstname.lastname@example.org)