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WORK WITH ME

For Sellers

List With Me!

selling your property
is Serious Business

Selling a home involves a complex web of business intricacies that require careful navigation. It begins with setting the right asking price, based on a detailed analysis of the local real estate market and the property’s unique features. Effective marketing strategies, including professional photography, online listings, and open houses, play a critical role in attracting potential buyers. Negotiating offers, considering contingencies, and managing legal paperwork demands a keen understanding of real estate contracts and regulations. Additionally, coordinating inspections, appraisals, and potential repairs requires effective project management skills. Finally, the closing process involves meticulous attention to detail to ensure a smooth transition of ownership. Successful home selling hinges on a combination of market knowledge, marketing prowess, negotiation skills, and impeccable organization throughout this intricate business endeavor.

Here’s what they had to say…

From the very beginning, Maria has been attentive to all of my family’s needs throughout the selling process. The best part was that although we encountered several challenges along the way, Maria made it seem easy and put in the necessary work to reach our goal. I highly recommend Maria for your real estate needs!

– adriel b. (seller)

selling property in Ocala

how it works...

THE SELLING PROCESS

01
consultation

We meet at your property to discuss your situation and determine the sale plan for your home.  We will discuss the history, upgrades and  any other interesting details that I should know.  We will review your market analysis report the listing agreement and your net sheet. 

02
getting market ready

I do a walk through with you of the property and help you compose a list of items that need to be addressed before we go live. Typically, the main items are decluttering, sprucing up the curb appeal and small repairs.

03
lights, camera, action

Professional photo and video are scheduled. We go live on the market. The marketing campaign begins, which includes targeting potential buyers  by utilizing various channels. Such as online listings, social media, real estate websites, as well as traditional advertising methods. 

04
showings,offers

This is the challenging part of the transaction. If you live in the property we set up a showing schedule, which helps eliminate the stress of being show ready. This also helps with keeping your property safe. Sometimes the offers that come in are not favorable and we will have to decline them. This is a process that requires patience.

05
let's make a deal

Once you receive the offer that works for you the clock starts ticking. For a buyer purchasing with a loan the transaction is typically 45 days, if its cash it's about two weeks. During this time the final packing and moving arrangements are made. We get to the finish line! You receive your funds and open a new life chapter!

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How to Get your property ready to get the highest return on the sale of your Ocala Property.

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What makes working with me different?

Set Up a No Obligation
Home Evaluation

Curious about your home value? Feel free to fill out this no obligation form to get a free market analysis report. Please remember there are certain factors like the upgrades, updates ,repairs needed that can affect your estimated value.


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Got Questions?

About Selling Real Estate in Ocala

A home’s value is determined through a comprehensive assessment of various factors. Key considerations include the property’s location, size, condition, and unique features. Additionally, recent comparable sales (comps) in the same area and the current state of the real estate market play a crucial role in valuation. Professional appraisers, real estate agents,  use these elements to arrive at an estimate of a home’s worth, providing valuable guidance for sellers and buyers alike.

The ideal time to sell your property depends on various factors, including your personal circumstances and market conditions. Generally, spring and early summer tend to be popular times to sell due to pleasant weather and increased curb appeal. However, the best time for you may differ. It’s advisable to consider your financial readiness, market trends, and personal goals. A strong seller’s market with low inventory and high demand can favor sellers, potentially leading to better offers. Additionally, if you’ve built enough equity in your home or need to relocate for work or other reasons, these circumstances might indicate that it’s the right time to sell.

In Florida, whether a seller can keep a buyer’s deposit in a real estate transaction typically depends on the terms outlined in the contract and the specific circumstances surrounding the deal. If the buyer breaches the contract without a valid reason, the seller may have grounds to retain the deposit as liquidated damages, up to a certain limit specified in the contract. However, this can be a complex legal matter, and both parties may need to resolve disputes through mediation, arbitration, or in court. It’s crucial for buyers and sellers to carefully review and understand the terms of their purchase agreement and seek legal advice if disputes arise to ensure they comply with Florida’s real estate laws and regulations.

Yes, sellers typically incur various closing costs. These expenses may include the real estate agent’s commission, which is typically split between the buyer’s and seller’s agents. Additionally, sellers are responsible for paying their share of prorated property taxes and homeowner association fees up to the closing date. Other potential costs may involve title insurance fees, documentary stamp taxes, and any outstanding mortgage balances or liens on the property. The specific closing costs can vary depending on the terms negotiated in the contract and local customs. It’s essential for sellers to be aware of these potential expenses when planning a real estate transaction. During our consultation we review your net sheet.

The time it takes to sell a house can vary widely and depends on several factors. Key determinants include the local real estate market conditions, the property’s location, price, condition, and the effectiveness of your marketing strategy. In a seller’s market with high demand and low inventory, homes may sell more quickly, often within weeks or even days. Conversely, in a buyer’s market, where there’s more supply than demand, it may take several months or longer to find a buyer. Additionally, factors like seasonality and economic conditions can influence the selling timeline.

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