Selling a Home in Southeast Michigan?
We Know the Metro Detroit Real Estate Market.
Southeast Michigan is a unique and diverse area. Each community has its own style and appeal, and each neighborhood appeals to a different buyer. To obtain the highest possible sales price for your home, the marketing must reach the right buyers with the right message. We have the network and experience to accomplish this.
The Wright Team Has The Talent to Showcase Your Home.
We live in a fast-paced society, and first impressions really do count! Every piece of information about your property, whether it’s a brochure, information in a Multiple Listing Service, a realtor website, or an advertisement, must show your home in the best possible way.
Throughout all phases of a home listing, including the initial paperwork and promotion, to the very last details of the closing, we personally attend to all of the details. This is what you can expect from the Wright Team of Realtors.
Here is what we will do throughout the buying process.
Agent to Agent Marketing:
Representation & Negotiation:
Thinking About Selling?
Selling property is a complicated process. To make the best of it, you need the expertise of a trusted and experienced real estate professional. From specific market trends to the mounds of paperwork, there are a great number of things that affect your ability to smoothly and quickly sell your home for the price you need. Sticking a traditional “home for sale” sign in the front yard doesn’t get the job done in today’s market. The professional guidance of an experienced realtor can make all the difference.
How long should I expect my house to be on the market? There are many factors that affect how long your house stays on the market. Your Wright Team agent will give you a time-frame estimate based on the current Michigan market data for similar properties. Keep in mind that competitive pricing and aggressive marketing makes a home sell faster. Plus, the right pricing is especially crucial in the initial marketing period. Statistics suggest that with the right pricing a home can sell between the first 10-14 showings.