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For Sellers


  • Receive Full Service for never more than 4% total commission.

  • Submission to VirginiaMLS.com

  • Submission to the Local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for distribution to all participating Brokers and Agents and Internet Home Search Web Sites (Realtor.com, Homedatabase.com, and  Washingtonpost.homehunter.com) with up to a 3% commission to the selling agent.

  • Electronic lockbox.

  • Professional photograph and sign.

  • iPIX 360 Virtual Tour**

  • Full Color Brochure.

  • Analyze Market Data and determine current Market Value.

  • Contact agents that have shown property.

  • Communicate weekly to discuss questions or revise Marketing Plan.

  • Reviewing of terms and qualifications of all offers.

  • Track and process of all offers.

  • Assistance in the loan process, termite inspection scheduling, and all other details required to go to settlement.

  • Attend all Negotiations and Settlement.

  • Selling your home for the most amount of money with the least amount of inconvenience to you.

 

** For Qualified Homes.

 

For Buyers


  • Search our database with virtually every home in Northern Virginia with No Annoying Ads or Pop-Ups. (Database updated hourly)

  • Professional Real Estate Broker familiar with the local area to help you select a new or resale home.

  • Special incentives for New Home purchasers.

  • 1% Rebate or more on qualifying homes.

  • Market reports and updates

  • Guidance with choosing a proper mortgage loan and pre-qualification.

  • Daily emails of new listings or price reductions that meet you search criteria.

 

What is a lock box and is it required?

The Key Safe or Lockbox placed on the home is a secure method of controlling and monitoring visitors. A Lock box and is not required but recommended.

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What information should I gather before listing my house? 

It is preferred to have the legal description of the property but is not required.  Your tax bill or deed  is a good source for this information.  Measure each room and round down to the nearest foot.  Locate the Property's HOA and/or Condo Fees.

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