Michele Marano, of Beth Wolff Realtors, will be sponsoring a seminar for home owners who fall in the Million Dollar Listing category. For those homeowners who’ve had their home on the market or are thinking of selling, we have an interesting concept for you.
Broken out by segment, November sales of homes priced below $80K increased 24.4 percent; sales of homes in the $80K-$150K range fell 35.5 percent; sales of homes between $150K and $250K were off 33.4 percent; sales of homes ranging from $250K-$500K slid 8.5 percent; and sales of homes that make up the luxury market—priced from $500K and up—rose 23.2 percent.
If your home has been sitting on the market for a cumulative number of days, are you wondering why? We probably would all agree that we are in a nontraditional real estate market, in unusual circumstances with the economy and lending situation and in a time when new ideas become the force in selling homes.
Selecting an agent who is strategically positioned in today’s unique market is the key element in selling a high-priced home. An agent, who used techniques that were once useful, has now to look for proactive strategies in selling homes. What may have worked several years ago, is not likely to work in our new market. Being creative, proactive, and strategically positioned with technology tools will earn high stakes in selling your home.
In addition, hiring an agent who is familiar with the national economy, lending situation and negotiations will benefit any buyer or selling, especially with the high-end priced homes.
Beth Wolff Realtors is positioned uniquely in the luxury real estate market. We area a boutique shop located in the backyard of Tanglewood, next door to Marathon Tower and in the heart of the Galleria. We compete with the largest brokerages, however our service sets itself apart because our agents stay personally involved in each and every deal.
“No matter how many buyers and sellers I take on, I am always a part of the transaction from beginning to close. I wouldn’t feel I am doing justice to the client if I handed over the work to an assistant. In addition, without offering negotiations as part of the deal, my client is not getting the strength of using me as an agent. Negotiation is my biggest asset. It is the best tool I can pull out of my real estate bag, and because of my extensive experience, I am able to represent any size deal, and come out in a good place for the client.
Ready to take on the new market? Feel free to email me or call with any questions. We invite you to interview us for a listing of your home.
Michele Marano – 713-899-8420
Beth Wolff Realtors