Why Sell With Us?
Buying? Jan finds the best house you can get for what you want to pay.
Selling? Jan’s marketing experience and MBA education bring you the most sophisticated market analysis and sales strategy for your property.
Jan says: “It’s not about selling houses. It’s about doing what’s right for people. I want them to be happy with me forever.”
Jan helped registered nurse Mike Coleman move to a home in North Bend. Here’s what he says about the experience:
“The rare quality that Jan brings to her craft is that what you see really is what you get. She is very honest, very straightforward.
“I should explain: I am not very trusting in nature. My paranoia is that all Realtors work for the commission or the deal. Crackling fireplaces will not sell me a home.
“Jan just doesn’t do all that fluff. She is very market-savvy. Every house I found on the Internet, she already knew all about. She is doing her homework every day, and she works for you. If the deal isn’t right for you, she will keep looking.
“I wouldn’t want to buy or sell real estate with anyone else.”
What's Your Home Worth?
Not sure if this is a good time to sell? Wonder how much you could get for your home? Let us create a comparative market analysis for your home to answer those questions and more.
How Jan’s experience and expertise help sellers:
- Because she understands economics and sales trends, she creates a strategic plan for selling and pricing your house, and for timing your listing.
- Her detailed market analysis helps you get the highest price in the shortest time.
How Jan’s knowledge and hard work help buyers:
- She guides newcomers through the nuances of local climate and geology: sun exposure, wind protection, drainage, slide areas and microclimates.
ESCROW AND CLOSING COSTS
What is escrow? Are there any closing costs that sellers should be aware of? What is the process of selling a home?
Here is an overview of the types of closing costs you may incur on your loan. Some are one-time fees, while others reoccur over the life of the loan. When you apply for your loan, you will receive a Good Faith Estimate of Settlement Charges, and a booklet that will explain these costs in detail.
Reminder: For the closing, you must bring a driver's license and a cashier's check for the remainder of your down payment, made out to the title company. At the closing, you may sign the cashier's check over to the title company. If the closing does not occur, you can deposit the cashier's check back into your own account.
There's certainly a lot to know! Have additional questions? Click here and let us know how we can help!