|You're paying a lot of money to sell your home. Hire someone who earns it.
Hiring someone to help you sell your biggest asset is a major decision that will impact your life in many ways. Yet some people
choose a realtor the same way they'd choose, say, a hairdresser – because a friend uses them, or they sold Aunt Emma's house
in another county, or they offered a lower commission than anyone else.
My singular advice to anyone looking to hire an agent is to pick someone they are comfortable with on a gut level, because real
estate is a business built on trusting relationships more than anything else. Do you like your agent? Do you trust them to tell you
the truth, even when it is hard to hear? Does it feel like you're bothering them every time you call with a question, and are you
often shuttled to their assistant? Do they listen to you, or do you get the sense that they are already planning their next canned
sales pitch before you've even finished speaking? If your agent talks a lot more than they listen, I would seriously consider
finding a new one.
My two greatest strengths are my unvarnished honesty and my willingness to work exceptionally hard for the benefit of my clients.
I am especially adept at helping clients ready their homes for sale, because I have personally renovated and resold many
properties and I know what appeals to buyers and which small changes can help deliver top dollar for your home.
If you're thinking of selling your home, I'd be glad to provide you with a free, no-obligation market analysis of your home. This is a
great way for you to get a better sense of what your home might be worth in today's market. It's quick and easy and won't cost you
Learn more about how I'll market your home.
Learn all about the escrow process.
|Great Homes SF
|John Beeney, Realtor