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Selling your home? Are you ready to catch the buyers from the first pitch?

Big League PitcherWhen selling your home it is alot like a baseball game. You are the picture and you have to try to pitch a perfect game. You have to present your home like a perfect pitch every time right from the beginning of the game. When you home goes on the market, you want to have your home ready to go, ready to show and ready to sell.

If you do not have your home ready to sell, then it is like pitching a slow ball to a major league player and you are going to be out of the game immediately. Buyers have lots of choices in a buyer’s market and right now that is what we are in. If your home isn’t perfect they will either pass on it for one that is or they will hit a line drive right back at your head with a lowball offer. (In my experience the first offer is usual the best offer)

So, are you ready to play ball the day your home goes on the market? If you are looking for a coach who can teach you how to have your home ready to sell from day one, then give me a call, so you can get the most money for your property in the quickest amount of time.

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Respect Realty LLC (Expect More)

 

At Respect Realty, LLC our agents believe in 100% dedication to client satisfaction.  We specialize in property and land acquisition around the Portland Metro and Vancouver, WA area. We delight in working with first time home buyers and sellers to guide them from start to finish. Our doors are always open and we are always happy to assist you with your real estate questions.

 

Reach out today, we look forward to talking with you!

 

Todd Clark and Seraina Aguayo (Owners of Respect Realty)

Respect Realty LLC (Expect More)

(503)564-3130

info@RespectRealtyNW.com

www.RespectRealtyNW.com

 

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Comment balloon 9 commentsRespect Realty LLC • May 09 2010 01:54AM

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I enjoy the way you decided to explain the sales process in terms of a baseball game.

Posted by Elite Home Sales Team, A Tenacious and Skilled Real Estate Team (Elite Home Sales Team OC) about 9 years ago

Todd -

You are always an MVP here in the ActiveRAIN league.  Batter uuuuup!

Posted by Jim Hale, Eugene Oregon's Best Home Search Website (ACTIONAGENTS.NET) about 9 years ago

Good sports analogy Todd. I can think of a few sellers who need to have relief pitchers brought in.

Posted by Randy Ostrander, Real Estate Broker, Serving Big Rapids and West Central MI (Lake and Lodge Realty LLC ) about 9 years ago

Todd - fabulous way to make a very important fact...  Great to the point post!

Posted by Lee & Pamela St. Peter, Making Connections to Success in Real Estate (Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices YSU Realty: (919) 645-2522) about 9 years ago

Nice analogy..unfortunately in my market Northern Virginia we have low inventory so the buyers have to through at a right pitch to win the multiple bids.

Posted by Ritu Desai, Virginia Realtor-Fairfax/Loudoun/PW-703-625-4949 (Samson Properties) about 9 years ago

Love the analogy and the photo..reminds me of all the time I spent playing, teaching and umpiring softball!

Posted by Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®, Giving Back With Each Home Sold! (RE/MAX Realty Center ) about 9 years ago

Todd,

In real estate like baseball there is always another batter!

Learn from your mistakes.

Just don't don't lose the game for your principle!

Bill

Posted by William J. Archambault, Jr. (The Real Estate Investment Institute ) about 9 years ago

Nice analogy to let sellers know that their home had better be in game shape right from the first pitch or they're going to strike out.

Posted by Craig Rutman, Raleigh, Cary, Apex area Realtor (Helping people in transition) about 9 years ago

So true Todd. Sometimes you only get one chance to make that best impression that will sell your home. Make it better than just good or be prepared to sit on the sidelines...I just had to put in a reference regarding baseball...

Posted by Wanda Kubat-Nerdin - Wanda Can!, So Utah Residential, Referral & Relocation REALTOR (Prado Real Estate South) about 9 years ago

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