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Sherri Miller


Do you need to list your property for sale?

 Selling real estate in Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay
Call or email me and I will be happy to come to your home and show you how your house compares to other active and sold properties, and show you what can be done to get it sold, with absolutly no obligation from you.

Why should you use a real estate agent to sell your house? in Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay
Determining the list price. 
You do not want to "leave money on the table", or sell your property for less than it is worth.  And yet, if you price too high, you will cause yourself a lot of work and time- to no avail.  An agent will determine for you what the current market will bear by creating a CMA (or Comparative Market Analysis).  Contact me, I would be happy to provide you with a CMA at no cost or obligation to you.  I want to help you sell your property in Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay.
Implementing a Marketing Plan.
An agent should supply you with a written plan for marketing your property.  Your agent should have a list of strategies and the means to implement them.  A good marketing plan could include listing on local and surrounding MLS, newspaper and other print advertising, internet exposure, postcard mailings, open houses and property tours and should include engaging photos and video.  Contact me, I would be happy to provide a written marketing plan.  Should you then sign with me, I will furnish you with a check list so that you can see what steps of the marketing plan have been completed- and when.  This will help you sell your real estate property in Marble Falls and Horseshoe Bay.
The Sale of the property.
The most important part of being a professional real estate agent is ensuring that your best interest is correctly negotiated, and that all disclosures and contracts are properly in place.  Your agent can be the one to go out and open the house when an interested party wants to see it, should qualify each prospect as to their ability to afford the property and are not wasting your time and getting your hopes up.  Your agent should gather feedback from showings so that you will know what the barriers may be that are keeping buyers from making offers.  Your agent should negotiate the terms of the contract, put all legal disclosures in place, schedule inspections, surveys, closing and any other necessary arrangements.  A good agent should relive you of at least most of the stress, frustration, time and legal liability of selling property.