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Listing Your Property

Outer Banks Sellers:

If you’re selling a property today, don’t make it a marathon. Those heady days of putting a property on the market and receiving multiple bids have been gone for years. Inventory is high, and for every property that goes under contract more will get listed. You MUST be in “real-time touch” with the market, tuned into your competition, priced ahead of the curve, and have the most relevant exposure to the Outer Banks real estate marketplace to successfully sell your property.

OUTER BANKS SELLERS CAN START HERE AND GET THEIR PROPERTY ON THE MLS:

We will walk your property, photograph potential issues, and make suggestions to any items that may come up on a buyer’s home inspection report. Your CMA will include data, graphs, and specifics to your subdivision and surrounding neighborhoods. Don’t forget to ask us about our 20-point listing plan.

COMMISSION SPLITS THAT MAKE SENSE:

outer banks seller and mls listingsSelling real estate is a function of time, overhead, listing period, and selling price. Although a great deal of time is involved bringing a property to the market place, we recognize that a listed property that sells in a reasonable amount of time should incur a lesser commission expense. Fair is fair for Outer Banks Seller. If a listing is maintained for a long period of time because price does not reflect buyer interests, then the listing will require more of our time and money, hence a higher commission split (expenses are incurred upfront and throughout the listing period, and only if the property sells, is there compensation).

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