Ever wondered whether you should use a REALTOR when selling your home in a hot seller’s market such as sellers are experiencing in the whole Denver metro area? Here is just a list of some of the communities in the Denver metro area who are experiencing strong seller’s markets with as little as 10 homes in the $250,000 and under the bracket. Even homes for sale under $400,000 are difficult to find in some of these highly sought after communities and neighborhoods:
Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Pines North, Castle Pines Village, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Creek, Cherry Hills Village, Congress Park, Country Club, Conifer, Englewood, Evergreen, Denver, The Farm at Arapahoe County, Franktown, Genesee, Golden, Greenwood Village, Highlands, Highlands Ranch, Hilltop, Homestead Willows, Homestead at the Farm, Indian Hills, Lakewood, Larkspur, Littleton, Lone Tree, Loveland, Lowry, Morrison, Northglenn, Parker, Park Hill, Piney Creek, The Preserve Roxborough Park, Stapleton, Thornton, Wheat Ridge
The consumer featured below, Jeff Kennison, recently sold his home in Arvada and got an offer for $10,000 over asking price. How did he do it? He shares some of the top tips for selling his home and why he chose not to go for sale by owner this time around. Reasons include that the Realtor helped him name the right listing price, and they also told him the repairs he needed to make in order to get a return on his investment and sell the home quickly. A multiple-offer situation came about exactly as planned.
Was it still a stressful even for this man to get his home ready and go through the process–of course, but he shares what mitigated this stress and made him come out as a seller winner in the end. He used Skyfor’s buyer agent search service to help him not only buy his next home,but get suggestions of top listing agents for the Arvada area, where he succeeded in selling his home for top dollar.
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