In an ideal setting, selling your home should be as easy as a handshake. But in reality, it takes thought out planning, a legal process and a bit of paperwork. Realty Executives has broken down the process to six fundamental legal, business and financial steps to help your home-selling process go as perfect as possible:

  1. Set expectations with your Realty Executive Agent: Get to know the requirements expected from both of you to accomplish your goal in the home selling process.
  2. Set your price: Selling your property for top dollar is mission-critical. The pricing of a home is the foundation to having a fast and painless sale. Our agents will help you establish a price that is formatted best for the home, and the market!
  3. Show your home: Organize your home to be "show ready" and continue communication with your Agent to get potential buyers into your home to view what it has to offer. Image is everything in the process of buying and selling a home!
  4. Communication: From the start, it is important to maintain strong communication skills with your agent. Up front, let your agent know what your expectations are, how frequently you would like an update and what form of communication you prefer (phone, email or text). This ensures you’ll be in-the-know throughout the transaction.
  5. Prepare for the closing of your home sale: the final major step of selling your home may include inspections, title searches (verifying you own the home), surveys, certifications, final walk through, and last minute negotiations between you and the buyer. We’re here to take the helm and make sure this process is accomplished with as little stress on your part as possible.
  6. Attend the closing of your home: This is the day you’ve been waiting for. We’ll help you deliver the deed to the buyer, transfer the title, exchange financing documents and title insurance policies, and finalize the agreed upon costs of the sale of your home! Realty Executives is determined to be the best in the world of Southern Utah Real Estate.

Sell Your Home in Southern Utah

Selling your home in Southern Utah is a big deal! It is one of the most stressful times in your life. The realtor you’re going to partner with for the sale of your home is an important decision and will make all the difference in your home’s ability to sell fast and for the price you expect to. With that in mind we would like to help you in that.


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Common questions about Selling your Home in Southern Utah

1- What steps should I take to prepare my home for sale?

The expression “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” is absolutely true when it comes to selling a home. When selling a home you must be sure that your home presents itself in the best possible light. Making sure clutter is at a minimum, freshly painting rooms, installing new carpeting, or ensuring odors are non-existent are just a handful of things that should be done before listing your home for sale.

2- How much is my home worth?

Most homeowners want to know how much their home is worth. This question is another one that cannot be answered with a generalized answer. One of the best perks to owning a home is the ability to make it your own and improve it how you’d like. Finding out how much your home is worth is not something that should be done without asking one of our experts. Contact an expert now!

3- What is the difference between a list price and sale price?

The list price is the price a home is currently listed for sale at. The sale price is the price a home is sold at. One of our experts should be able to suggest a list price that ends up being very close to the final sale price.

4- What is a sale contingency?

Some buyer’s decide when buying a home they would like to find a suitable property before selling their existing home. A sale contingency is a common contingency that sellers see in purchase offers. A sale contingency means that the potential buyer of a home must sell their existing home, before being able to purchase the “new” home.