We're from around here. We understand the market and what it takes to get the best possible price when you sell your home. That's why we're always innovating—pushing forward to better connect your property to the right buyers.
When working with sellers to determine a listing price, we will do what is called a comparative market analysis, or CMA. A comparative market analysis is one of the most important tools a real estate professional offers. It tells you everything you need to know about how a home value compares to others in the neighborhood based on location, characteristics, curb appeal, amenities and more.
That is why @properties has created a brand new digital Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) tool that is interactive, up-to-the-minute accurate and updated in real time from the Multiple Listing Services.
Your CMA will tell you everything you need to know to price your home properly and to expose your property to the highest number of buyers likely to purchase it.
Your report, all customized especially for you, will include:
• Active, pending and sold listings that resemble your home
• An overview of your home
• Property information
• Market trends Pricing analysis
When you list your home for sale with us, you can expect:
Here is why market share is an important consideration for anyone looking to purchase a home or list a home for sale in Chicagoland. If you have large market share, you are attracting bright and talented brokers in your market. Because we have a large position in every market we work in, our brokers are out in the neighborhoods they serve every single day talking to buyers and sellers, touring homes and navigating real estate transactions.
All of those brokers working out in the market? They generate a tremendous amount of information about local real estate. Our @properties brokers app helps our brokers stay connected to one another so our buyers can see homes for sale first — sometimes even before they hit the market.
It’s difficult to know when is the best time to sell, or how to get the most money for your house, but you don't need to go through the process alone.
You may be wondering if prices are projected to rise or fall...or if you should rent your house instead of selling it. Our free eGuide will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you haven’t even thought about yet. Check it out, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
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