False Start

The homeowner who decides to sell their house enters a competition regardless of whether they list For Sale By Owner (FSBO) or with an agent.

In a track meet, an initial false start by one restarts and renews the race for all, but not so in real estate. Placing a For Sale sign in the yard officially enters them in the race but a false start divides the field into those that truly participant (receive offers and close) from those that become spectators (watch the market activity and are left to wonder).

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What can WHY and ‘Y’ mean to you?

Our WHY is found in our business model, vision, mission, goal and result statements, and it is a simple ‘Y’ that changes the perspective from OUR interest to YOUR best interest. Continue reading “What can WHY and ‘Y’ mean to you?”

Who To Choose?

How to choose the right agent to sell your home? It’s not easy if you take the decision seriously. When can contacting just one agent be considered a best effort?

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) endeavors to provide insight into this topic via their annual surveys which report fairly consistent answers to: “How did you find your agent? How many agents were contacted before selecting one? What was the most important factor in choosing an agent?” Continue reading “Who To Choose?”

When The Sun, Moon & Stars Align

When the sun, moon and stars align the stage is set for an awesome astronomical experience. Similarly, Miller Group Realty utilizes its Best Home Marketing approach to set the stage for an optimal outcome and clients Moved By The Experience.  How do we set the stage? Continue reading “When The Sun, Moon & Stars Align”

Sellers Must Take An Active Role In The Sale Of Their Home!

Sellers must take an active role in the sale of their home, even if a listing agent has been hired. This may seem contradictory but it is to your best interest to do so, and here’s just one reason – To hold the agent accountable. Continue reading “Sellers Must Take An Active Role In The Sale Of Their Home!”

Can A New Listing Be Under Priced?

“Can a new listing be under priced?” I hear this question frequently.

The general consensus seems to indicate the answer is “No” because an under priced listing will be bid up to the fair market value.

This answer and reasoning is really a response to a different question; i.e., “Will an under priced property sell for the fair market value?” Continue reading “Can A New Listing Be Under Priced?”