Most people today will need to sell a house today. People buy houses for many reasons. Such reasons include the desire to invest in a specific property as well as to help put down roots. When selling a house, many will turn to the assistance of a real estate agent who they trust. While having a real estate agent on your side can be a great way for anyone to help sell a house, according to modern home agent Gregory Hague, this standard operating procedure may not work well for many sellers. His view is that many such agents often use methods that are not only not particularly effective but may also lead a seller to have problems with selling their house at a price they want.
Hague urges sellers and real estate agents to rethink the entire selling process. In a recent interview in Forbes Magazine, he argues that the present house selling process is often less than ideal at best and may even lead to all kinds of problems for sellers at worst. The sellers may find themselves confronting a real estate market that sees their important property as not all that important, especially should their house stay on the market for a longer than expected period of time. Should that happen, the seller can quickly feel that the house will never sell at all. This may lead to them accepting any offer that comes their way and thus making a small profit on the home or even taking a loss.
Greg Hague wants to help combat that possibility. In his view, the best way to do this is via a campaign that will begin as soon as the house is in the hands of a real estate professional. He and his fellow professionals at Real Estate Mavericks aim to figure out the best way to show off the house to motivated buyers and real estate agents who want the house to sell quickly. To help bring in buyers, he suggests a campaign that starts as early as possible.
He wants to create the feel for buyers that the property is very special and may be sold at any moment to a fellow buyer in the market. Anticipation can be everywhere when it comes to creating a market for the house. Hague brings to sellers and real estate a highly detailed plan that can help each homeowner create a way of reaching out to potential buyers and getting them very excited about the house before that house is shown to the general public. His ideal campaign is one that is fully ready to go even before the house goes for sale on the area’s local Multiple Listing Service.