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Real Estate Purchase & Sale Consulting

At AAGL REAL ESTATE CONSULTING we can provide consultation to a wide range of clients that come from different backgrounds. Our clients can range from Interns going through their Real Estate internship, Property Owners, Real Estate Brokers, or even Property Investors. Our consultants can supervise an ongoing sale, provide tutorship on how to manage a sale, or even provide consultation on an unfolding transaction that our clients are thinking about stepping into.

Real Estate Agent, Property Owner, Property Investor:

You need to sell because of a new job, life event, Other Projects, Divorce, or Financial Reasons, AAGL can help you with the redundant work a property sale comes with while speeding up the process and hitting your overall goal; to acquire as much ROI as possible. AAGL can work with any type of budget to get your home sell-ready, focusing on that first impression of what buyers will see when they see your home for the first time. Buyers can make a decision within seconds—a few from the curb, and a few when they step inside the front door. Make those seconds count with an AAGL CONSULTANT, a spruced-up house, and a strong financial offer.

AAGL REAL ESTATE CONSULTING we can provide comparable homes (aka “comps”) in your area and maybe even spark a bidding war. The more potential buyers you can attract, the better your chances of selling fast - and at a good price. Whatever your reasons for selling, here are 12 ways to sell a house quickly even in a slow market.

  • LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION AAGL CONSULTANTS can oversee the professional photographer who will take top-notch photos of your home as well as negotiate the best price. We can also write up a real estate listing that sells, schedule and host showings, and market your property to get it seen.
  • FIND THE RIGHT REAL ESTATE AGENT If you want to sell your home fast, the first step is to hire a real estate agent. The ideal person will know the local market and have a sales record that proves they know how to sell AAGL and can set you up with an AAGL-recommended real estate agent.
  • CLEAN, DECLUTTER, AND DEPERSONALIZE Buyers need to be able to picture themselves in the space, but they won’t be able to if your house is a mess. Give your home a thorough cleaning from top to bottom, get rid of clutter, and hide the family photos and other personal items. It's fairly standard industry practice to hire external cleaners especially prior to a major showing.
  • HOME Rearrange the furniture so your home looks inviting and so buyers can move through your home without bumping into anything. If necessary, put bulky items in storage. A crowded room looks like a small room.
  • SHOWCASEAAGL can help you showcase your home’s best assets, impress potential buyers, and sell it quickly for the best possible price. Staging isn’t cheap, but the National Association of Realtors (NAR) estimates that, on average, staged homes sell 88% faster and for 20% more than non-staged homes.
  • BOOST YOUR CURB APPEALIf you want to sell quickly, it’s essential to make a good first impression. The first thing a buyer sees is a home’s exterior and how it fits into the surrounding neighborhood. To boost your home’s curb appeal, give attention to both the house and its surroundings.
  • MAJOR RENOVATIONSIf a sale is urgent, consider minor repairs and maintenance to the outside of your house such as touch-up painting, window washing, and fixing anything broken. If repainting your entire house doesn't fit in your timeline, slap a coat of paint on just your door. You can also swap out your address numbers or door handles for newer, more attractive replacements.
  • IF APPLICABLEMake sure the pathway from the curb to your porch is clean and safe to walk on. This includes straightening any uneven paths and pruning overgrown bushes. In addition to being a safety hazard, you want to make sure prospective buyers can see and focus on the appearance of the house as they approach.
  • LIGHT’S & ACTION Swap out exterior and interior lightbulbs especially if you are showing your house later in the evening or during winter. There's plenty to do with your surroundings as well. Plant flowers or sprinkle bark mulch to give your yard a freshly landscaped feel. Lay out a welcome mat and make sure your mailbox is clean. Dust away spiderwebs and debris from windows, eaves, and porches.
  • TAKE CARE OF QUICK REPAIRS You won’t have time for any major renovations, so focus on quick repairs to address things that could deter potential buyers. Survey the house and take care of the easy fixes including:
    1. Fix all loose tiles in the bathroom or kitchen.
    2. Fix all loose hinges on doors or cabinets.
    3. Unclog or replace stuck drawer tracks.
    4. Repair any leaky faucets and ensure all plumbing systems work.
    5. Remove carpet stains or refinish hardwood floors.
    6. Depending on how much time and money you want to spend getting the home ready, you might also want to update fixtures, buy new appliances, install new hardware on the cabinets, and give the interior a fresh coat of (neutral) paint.
  • SWEETEN THE DEAL Another way to make the home and deal more attractive is to offer something to sweeten the pot. Buyers love financial incentives, and if you are pressed for time, consider how you can make your offer attractive.
    1. Accommodating move-out/move-in schedules with the buyer's preference.
    2. Agreeing to all inspections.
    3. Agreeing to pay for known items of concern to a buyer.
    4. Offering a transferable home warranty that provides discounted repair and replacement services for household appliances and systems.

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