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For most families, their home is their largest financial asset, and deciding to sell it is a big decision that involves a lot of preparation and work. When you’re ready to sell it’s important to have an experienced real estate professional handle the details involved in the successful sale of a home for top dollar.

As an experienced professional who has helped many residents sell their homes, I know how to handle every aspect of the sales process – from strategically marketing and showcasing your home to making sure everything’s signed, sealed and delivered by the closing date.

Providing you with comprehensive, high-quality listing service is my top priority. So when you decide to sell your home, please contact me (310/ 346-7851) and let’s get started!

The decision to sell a home is often dependent on many factors. Whatever your reasons are for selling, my proven effective marketing strategies will ensure that you get the highest possible price for your home. I guarantee to provide you with professional, ethical and confidential service and keep you fully informed every step of the way.  Read more.

The following articles are a great place to start if you’re looking for information about the sales process and how you can get more for your home when you decide to sell.

The Basics of Marketing Your Home
How to Set a List Price for Your Home
Get Your House Ready to Show Buyers
Why Use a Realtor when Selling a Home

Home Sellers: Overpricing Was Biggest Mistake They Made When Listing Homes


Overpricing is the number one mistake home sellers said they made when listing their homes, according to a new national e-mail survey conducted by HouseHunt, Inc. The margin was nearly three-to-one over the second choice.

Survey respondents said their next biggest mistake was dealing with the same real estate agent who represented the buyer, thereby setting up a possible conflict of interest and possibly a perception that the buyer was getting a better deal.

Third biggest mistake was failure to disclose known defects or problems. Virtually tied for fourth place were: under pricing their properties and not utilizing Internet technology to market their properties.

With the rapid price appreciation we’ve seen in many housing markets across the country, it’s not surprising that home seller expectations sometimes outran market reality, said Michael Bearden, president and CEO of HouseHunt, Inc., a consumer-oriented Internet firm that provides valuable information to homeowners, home buyers and home sellers in thousands of markets across the U.S. through its two primary websites, and The latter is a valuable listing tool for both sellers and agents to accurately determine individual home pricing as well as providing access to’s top listing agent network of pre-screened real estate professionals with a proven track record of getting top dollar for their customer listings.

Free to consumers, provides home sales information in specific neighborhoods in each ZIP code, based on county tax records, Bearden explained. By return e-mail, provides homeowners with a comprehensive list of recent sales as well as giving them access to valuable information such as seller reports, pricing plans and home selling techniques.

Bearden expressed surprise over the negative response to agents representing both the buyer and the seller: Usually it boils down to good communication with the consumer. The agent who communicates effectively and stays in touch throughout the transaction usually has a positive experience with both the buyer and the seller. With automated response systems like our Total Internet Marketing (TIM), customer communication should not be a problem.

HouseHunt, Inc., is represented by more than 1,500 outstanding member agents representing exclusive territories in 47 states. Available territories are open to all qualified Realtors regardless of brand affiliations and geographic limitations.

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