Sell Your Luxury Home
"There are 2 important things to do if you are a luxury seller who wants a quick sale."
1. Prepare your home to as close to flawless condition as possible
2. Price your home strategically for your neighborhood in today's market
I'll guarantee your satisfaction. Our relationship is dependent on meeting and exceeding your needs.
What makes me different
I will give you honest recommendations for
- Your home's value in today's market
- Improvements to increase market value
- Professional staging and lighting
- Curb appeal
I will strategically market you home by
Creation of more effective ads by attracting buyers who have the financial means and a strong interest in the location, lifestyle and features of your home
Reverse prospecting through the Multiple List Service directly to agents that are showing homes similar to yours and in your area
State of the Luxury Market
In the past six months, 116 homes that cost more than $1 million sold in the Triangle.
Here are the number of homes sold by Community:
Avalaire, Raleigh-( 4 ) $1.5 - $2.2 m
Budleigh , Raleigh-( 4 ) $1.5 - $2.8 m
Hasentree, Wake Forest -( 3 ) $1.2 - $1.3 m
Hayes Barton, Raleigh -( 5 ) $1.0 - $1.5 m
MacGregor Downs, Cary-( 6 ) $1.1 - $2.2 m
North Ridge, Raleigh-( 3 ) $1.2 - $1.3 m
Sunset Hills, Raleigh -( 5 ) $1.0 - $1.9 m
The Oaks, Chapel Hill -( 5 ) $1.0 - $1.5 m
That is a sound pace for luxury home sales, compared to current 252 active listings of $1 million or more.
Still upscale homes aren’t flying off the market like lower-priced homes, which is sometimes what luxury homeowners might be led to believe by reading the news. Multiple offers and fast sales are fewer as home prices get over $500,000. For one thing, the pool of buyers who can, in fact, afford to buy a luxury home are fewer and their demand for near flawless condition is greater.