Why Use A Professional Realtor

Thinking of Selling Your Home? Call on a Pro With Proven Results.


Selling a house can be an exciting experience--and one of the largest financial transactions you’ll make in your lifetime. By educating yourself on the home selling process and seeking out the sound advice of a Realtor, you’ll save time, energy and money.

Realtors work within a legal relationship called “agency”. The agency relationship is between you, the client, and the company with which your Realtor is licensed. It is a requirement for Realtors to disclose to clients the representation you will be receiving. This disclosure is usually done with the aid of a brochure entitled Working with a Real Estate Agent. Signing the brochure does not obligate you in any way.


  • Prepare a comparative market analysis and advise you on your home’s market value.
  • Advise you of ways to increase your homes appeal to prospective Buyers
  • List your house through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS®)
  • Advertise your home, hold open houses and show your house to qualified Buyers.
  • Advise you on all offers you receive.
  • Negotiate the sales contract with your best interests in mind
  • Follow up on all details from beginning to end
  • Most professional Realors want you to be thier client for a long, long time. We build our business and our reputatons on satisfying you - our client.

Michelle Comens

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