For Sellers

For Sellers

sellerExceeding Expectations Is My Priority — That’s Why Sellers Trust Me With One Of Their Most Prized Assets
My clients expect attention to detail. They know that the extra effort I put forth will reward them by maximizing the returns from selling their property. My real estate marketing is not a formulaic “one size fits all” proposition. Rather, it’s a unique exercise that is both part art and science; custom tailored to your home and the market conditions when your home is listed. Proper marketing to yield the best return on your home is my goal.

Here’s what to expect:

Pricing Your Property
As with markets, pricing is fluid. My experience along with an in-depth comparative analysis will determine your property’s current value.
Disclosure Preparation
Providing insight into your property to qualified buyers is essential. Should you order pre-sale inspections? What if you had work performed without permits? I can guide you through this process so you can feel confident you minimize downstream liability.
Marketing Plan
When preparing your home for sale, it’s critical to have a well-planned marketing program to (1) highlight the property’s upside & features and (2) target & attract the most likely buyers for your property. This will be achieved using several mediums; all targeted to the appropriate audience.


“Our home was a special place for my family and I had an emotional attachment. I know selling the home is really a business transaction but I wanted the marketing of the home to show the details of the home as well as the love and care we put into it for 16 years. Scott put a great marketing plan together and I believe the personal attention to detail had a big impact on us getting multiple offers.”

-Jane & Kevin
“It’s been great working with you, I can’t thank you enough. The new home is awesome and I couldn’t be happier!”

“It’s been stressful for me (as I know you know!!!) not being there for the sale. You really made my life easier by taking the reins and driving the sale. Thank you again!”