Sell Your Home

The Mike Kelly Group is the perfect real estate partner for your home selling journey. With our proven marketing strategies and extensive local market knowledge, we will ensure that you get the best price for your home as quickly as possible. Contact us today to get started on selling your home!

The home selling process involves several steps that guide you from preparing your property for sale to closing the deal with a buyer. Here are some keys steps in the home selling process:

  1. Determine Your Selling Goals and Timeline: Assess your reasons for selling, your desired timeline, and any financial considerations. This will help you set realistic expectations and make informed decisions throughout the process.

  2. Work with us!: We will provide guidance on pricing, marketing, and negotiating, maximizing your chances of a successful sale.

  3. Prepare Your Home for Sale: Make necessary repairs, declutter, and stage your home to enhance its appeal. Consider enhancing curb appeal, improving interior aesthetics, and ensuring the property is clean and well-maintained.

  4. Set an Appropriate Asking Price: Work with us to determine a competitive and realistic asking price based on market conditions, comparable sales, and the condition of your property.

  5. Market Your Home: We will develop a comprehensive marketing strategy to attract potential buyers. This includes professional photography, virtual tours, 3D tours, online listings, open houses, and targeted advertising.

  6. Review Offers and Negotiate: Once you receive offers from interested buyers, we will review them with you. Consider the price, terms, contingencies, and the financial qualification of the buyers. Your agent will help you negotiate the best possible deal.

  7. Complete the Sales Contract: Once you accept an offer, work with us to finalize the sales contract. This includes agreeing on terms, contingencies, and deadlines, and addressing any additional requirements specific to your situation.

  8. Inspections and Appraisal: Buyers typically conduct inspections and appraisals to assess the property's condition and value. Cooperate with the buyer's requests and negotiate any repairs or adjustments if necessary.

  9. Prepare for the Closing: Work closely with your agent, attorney, and the buyer's representatives to prepare for the closing. This involves gathering necessary documentation, addressing any outstanding issues, and coordinating with the title company or escrow agent.

  10. Closing: At the closing, you'll sign the necessary documents, transfer the title to the buyer, and receive the proceeds from the sale. Ensure all outstanding debts, mortgages, and liens are paid off, and provide the buyer with the keys to the property.