FOR SELLERS

Thinking about selling your property in Jackson Heights? Two key concerns for sellers are:

1. Underpricing – no one likes leaving money on the table

2. Overpricing– a concern of being on the market for too long and losing money as a result.

Jackson Heights real estate prices have been very stable over the last year and that is good news to all sellers! With stability comes clarity of pricing decision and buyer confidence.

What are buyers concerned about?

1. Overpaying – it signals bank undervaluation concern, and overarching concern of paying too much.

2. Stability of Investment – In a volatile market such as what we see today, stability signals a comfortable spot, and ultimately soliciting healthy offers.

Why us?

Jackson Heighs Specialists

Proven success record

We proudly hold a 100% success record and have superior references from all our clients and customers.

Superior Marketing

We use all media sources and new technological innovations to reach buyers.  In combination with Custom Listing websites, Virtual Tours, Mobile Technology, Print, Social Media, Custom Design and consistent source monitoring, we use cutting edge technology in the most effective ways possible.

Responsiveness

Yes, we pick up our phones 🙂 and since we work as a team, there is always someone available to answer questions and to show our properties.

Hands-on experience in all aspects of the transaction

With formal experience in multiple fields, like Mortgage Banking and Graphic Design, to mention a few, we can problem solve and trouble shoot all obstacles that arise in a transaction and deliver custom design solutions to appeal to a wider buyer audience.

Resourcefulness

With a large book of business and a list of approved vendors, we are equipped to assist in all aspects of real estate.

 

15 Questions to ask Real Estate Broker before listing

I am compelled to write this instructional to allow all sellers to get more in depth look into what to ask prospective listing broker. Most of my seller clients generally ask what a property can sell for, what commission my firm charges and, if I am lucky, a couple of screening questions. As a seasoned professional I welcome tough questions, and would like to arm YOU with a list of questions you can comfortably ask a broker.

The first five questions I consider a BASELINE SCREEN:

  • Do you do real estate full time? Full Time is a key word!
  • How long have you been doing real estate full time?
  • Do you, and if yes, how do you cooperate with competing agencies and how?
  • Can you provide client references? Most recent would be most preferred
  • What Multiple Listing Service (MLS) affiliations do you have, and why are they important?

Next five establish the workflow and sets servicing expectations.

  • Can I please see samples of your web and print marketing for similar properties?
  • What would be your marketing strategy for this property?
  • How often do you intend to hold open houses, if any?
  • How often do you follow up with your seller clients to provide a showing report and feedback?
  • How do you define your role after there is an accepted offer? Servicing post contract is often left out, but is highly important.

The last five answer the basic questions:

  • What’s your take on our local market?
  • What price would you suggest and WHY?
  • What would be the fee for service?
  • Are there any additional fees that we may be responsible for?
  • How long is the Listing Agreement going to be in effect?

If you can think of any additional questions I would love to hear them, and it you think about asking these questions I would like you to think about which of the three categories that question may fit into. It is also important that you be able to get along with your broker. If you lay your foundation well, then you will start on a positive note and the results will follow.