Tucson Cactus

Selling a Home in Tucson

Selling a home in Tucson

Selling a home can be a very stressful time, especially if you are still living in the home. That’s why you need a skilled agent that will help guide you through the process from start to finish. Together with Deborah, you will discuss and determine the advertising and marketing strategy that would work best for your home.

What to Expect when Listing Your Tucson Home with Deborah

Not all homes are alike - they are as individual as you are and you will need to discuss such topics as:

  • Staging and preparing your home to get the most bang for your buck
  • The advantage of using a professional photographer
  • Styles of color brochures that would work best for your type of home
  • Advertising your home via the various media
  • Marketing your home not just locally but also internationally
  • Deborah’s networking strategy
  • What to expect along the way

Comparative Market Analysis

During the listing process Deborah will share with you a comparative marketing analysis that will show you what similar homes have sold for recently, how long they were on the market before they sold, and how your home compares with them. Using this information will assure that you are pricing the home so that it should sell quickly at a good solid market price.

Negotiating the Price of Your Home

Once your home receives an offer Deborah’s negotiating skills will come into play. And once the offer is accepted and as you proceed to closing, Deborah will make sure that timelines are adhered to, deadlines are met and everyone is doing what needs to be done to have a successful closing on your home.

Short Sales and Foreclosures

Deborah has the Short Sales and Forclosure Resource certification, SFR® and as such is an agent experienced in working to help distressed sellers get their homes sold. Deborah has covered all aspects of short sales to include:

  • Qualifying sellers to do short sales
  • Developing a short-sale package to be used with numerous lenders
  • Negotiating with lenders on the sellers behalf
  • Tapping into buyers demand
  • Limiting risk
  • Overseeing the entire short sale process