Malbis, Daphne, Spanish Fort & Fairhope, The Eastern Shore and Baldwin County real estate and homes for sale in Alabama - Michelle Beckham, REALTOR®
   

 

Selling Your Home in Malbis, Daphne & Spanish Fort, Alabama


If you are a home owner looking to sell your property in the Malbis, Daphne, or Spanish Fort areas, we can offer you both the advantages of ERA Class.com & the internet advertising advantages of Michelle Beckham's innovative Website marketing advantage.

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Property Valuation: How much is your Malbis, Eastern Shore and Baldwin County home worth? We can schedule an appraiser to come to your home & give an equitable appraisal. Call Michelle today

Find Answers to your Questions about Selling

Over 2/3 of Home Buyers shop for homes on the Web!
So, it is critical that you gain compelling & thorough marketing for your property on the Web.
Only Michelle Beckham can offer you this aggressive of a Web exposure marketing presence:

  • MLS - Multiply Listing Service
  • www.Realtor.com
  • www.HomeDebut.com
  • www.DupontRegistry.com
  • www.HomeSeekers.com
  • RealEstate.com
  • Yahoo.com
  • www.MalbisRealEstate.com
  • www.MablisAlabama.com
  • www.MalbisAL.com
  • www.DaphneALA.com

By allowing Michelle to work for you, you can have your property not only added to the MLS nationwide database, but benefit from top positioning on such popular search engines and property search webpages as Yahoo, HomeDebut, Realtor.com, HomeSeekers, and even the Exclusive Dupont Registry!

Let Michelle Beckham, a licensed Realtor of ERAClass.com get your home on the market, today.

Michelle Beckham
Licensed Real Estate Agent

E-mail:
realtor@alarealestate.com

Telephone:
(251) 709-4558

ERA Answers - All About Selling

What is "fair market value," and how do I determine mine?
Simply put, the fair market value of a house is the highest price an informed buyer will pay, assuming there is no unusual pressure to complete the purchase.

To get an estimate of fair market value, contact a Michelle Beckham and ask for a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your house. The analysis will give you a realistic figure based on the most salient features of the local real estate market. It should provide information about recent sales of similar houses, including how much they sold for and how long it took. The real estate professional's price opinion is very helpful in determining the right asking price.

What's the difference between fair market value and asking price?
You can assume that some negotiation will be necessary to reach an agreement with a buyer. Michelle Beckham presents you with the results of your CMA and provides all the data that establishes fair market value. Then, based on your own timing and marketplace variables, Michelle Beckham will be willing to help you establish a competitive pricing strategy. Generally speaking, the owner's asking price — the advertised price of a house when it goes on the market — is set slightly higher than fair market value.

Who can help me determine the right asking price?
Michelle Beckham will suggest asking prices based on a wide array of information you may not have at your disposal, including recent listing and selling prices of houses in your neighborhood. If you're not completely confident in their suggestions, you may want to order an appraisal.

Next, establish clear priorities. If you had to choose, are you more concerned with selling quickly, or getting the best price?

Someone else — a neighbor, friend or relative — may point out advantages or disadvantages about your house that you hadn't thought about. Third-party views will help you start thinking of your house as a commodity, with positive and negative selling points. Then you should decide on a price that you feel is competitive and consistent with what other houses in your area have sold for.

How flexible should I be about the asking price?
Generally, the first three weeks will be the test period of your initial asking price. If you see showings drop off and very few return visits, you may want to consider repositioning your asking price. Most buyers leave room for negotiation when they make an offer. Thus, a certain degree of flexibility is usually called for on the part of both the buyer and seller.

While it is ultimately your decision to accept or reject an offer, or present a counter-proposal, Michelle can be of great assistance to you during the negotiating process. In fact, negotiation is one of the valuable skills a qualified Realtor® such as Michelle can offer you. As negotiations proceed — whether in writing, face-to-face, or by phone — your sales professional will inform you of your options in responding to each offer from the buyer, so you can make an educated decision as to how you want to proceed.
  

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Michelle Beckham
, Licensed Associate Broker, ERA Platinum Properties