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Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
Redfin Free Home Selling Class
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  • 1. Redfin Home Selling Class Everything you need to know in today’s market. July 23rd, 2014 – Sacramento, CA Presented by: Chris Medina Follow: @Redfin Like: http://www.facebook.com/Redfin
  • 2. Agenda ● Intro to Redfin ● Understanding the Market ● The Selling Process ● Pricing Strategies ● Marketing your home ● Repairs & updates ● Staging & perfect pictures ● Questions? ● Thanks!
  • 3. A Little Bit About Who We Are ● Redfin is a real estate brokerage that has helped over 20,000 people buy or sell a home; 97% would refer us to a friend. ● New RE Model: Customers, not commissions ● Buy-side: More info available + Transparency = Informed decisions = The right home for the right price ● Sell-side: We do MORE (Info, Photos, Classes, Sparking Debut, FT Coordinator, Proprietary Software for LESS ($$)
  • 4. Understanding the Market
  • 5. Folsom Inventory
  • 6. Folsom Home Prices
  • 7. Folsom Area Overview
  • 8. We’ve Recently Closed 82 Deals Nearby • 4,676 people are looking at homes in Sacramento on Redfin right now! • 343 people have toured homes with Redfin Agents in the area in the past 6 months
  • 9. The Selling Process
  • 10. The Selling Process ● Decide on selling ● Meet with an Agent ● Stage and prepare your Home (Open Book referrals) ● Photograph your home ● Take it live! ● Get an offer & expert help in negotiating = Signed Contract ● Work as a Team through the Inspection & Appraisal process ● Signing / Funding / $$$
  • 11. Pricing: An Art & Science ● Consider the current economic factors ►Housing market ►Mortgage rates ►Employment & other Economic factors ● Consider ►Location-Competition-Timing-Condition-Price ►Comparable homes in your area  “Active”: Your direct competition  “Pendings”: How many DOM can indicate final price  “Solds”: Watch the trends of list VS sold prices
  • 12. Pricing Strategies What if we over price? ● Fewer Buyers see your house ● More days on market can elicit suspicion ● Need price - reduction plan ● Hope: One Buyer pays the higher price ● Risk: Appraisal concerns What if we under price? ● Elicit Market Interest ● More buyers see your house = more potential offers ● Sold more quickly ● Hope: More than 1 Buyer ● Risk: Timing works against you & only 1 Buyer makes an offer
  • 13. Comparative Market Analysis ● What is a CMA? ► Art and Science: Left brain VS Right brain ► What is my home really “worth”? ● CMA VS Appraisal? ► What they each mean to you ● How could 3 different Agents suggest 3 different prices? ►Experience level ►Business style ► Underlying Strategy
  • 14. What is the Best Day to List? ● Homes listed on Sunday get marginally more online views. ● Homes listed on Friday are toured 19% more. ● Homes listed on Friday or Thursday sell for slightly closer to original list price. ● Homes listed on Friday are 12% more likely to sell in 90 days or less.
  • 15. How to Get Your Home Ready to Sell
  • 16. Front Door ● The first impression of the house ● Clean! ● Nice hardware on door goes a long way ● Clean/updated hardware - spend $100 on updated locks
  • 17. Porch ● Don’t put a lot on it ● A place for people to sit ● 1 or 2 great decorative pieces ● Grill – make sure it’s clean! ● Porch lights ►Make sure they work ►Buy new ones – Great touch for under $50
  • 18. Paint ● Things to consider: ► How much light the home gets ► What color the neighbor’s home is painted ► Specific to style (modern vs. craftsman) ● Contrasting colors - Light trim/solid color ● Painting door an appealing color
  • 19. Driveways and Pads ● Kill weeds ● Cut branches and bushes back ● Shovel driveway in winter ● Hide garbage cans ● Power wash driveway and walkway
  • 20. The Backyard ● Power wash patios/deck ● Furniture ►Buyers will sit ►Borrow from a friend ►Bright pillows ● Trim back large bushes – makes yard appear bigger ● Fence ►Paint/re-stain ►Make sure gates work
  • 21. Repairs and Updates
  • 22. Entryway Usually the 1st and last thing a potential buyer sees when looking at any home/condo. Things to focus on: ● Are the walls & baseboards damaged, scuffed or dinged up? ► A quick coat of paint can make a big impact. ● Is the light fixture in need of being replaced? ► Adequate light is important; makes the entryway feel more open and inviting. ● Does the area have proper storage (are things piled up and stuffed in corners)? ► Not necessarily on the cheaper end of updates, but a built-in storage area can be a big plus.
  • 23. Kitchen As you have probably heard, kitchens & bathrooms sell homes!
  • 24. Kitchen Floors: Tile ● Tile = good shape, Grout = not! ● A cheap do-it-yourself fix is to buy some industrial cleaner and a good firm bristle scrubbing brush and go to town on the grout. ● Another option would be to hire a company like The Grout Dr. They come out and rout out the old grout and re- grout the whole area with new material. This is also a much cheaper option than ripping up the old tile and having to pay a contractor to retile the entire kitchen.
  • 25. Kitchen Floors: Hardwood ● Hardwood: If you have hardwood floors you already know they can show wear and tear easily. ● A quick & easy do-it-yourself fix to minor scratches and moderate signs of wear, is to use a hardwood floor cleaner/polisher. It will remove light signs of wear immediately. ● For heavy scratches and damage, a good option aside from replacing the flooring would be to hire a company to refinish the floors. They will come in and sand down the floors and apply a coat of polyurethane. Your floors will usually look like new!
  • 26. Kitchen Counters and Cabinets ● Backsplash: ► A tile backsplash can make for a nice upgrade from just wall paint between your countertops and cabinets ● Cabinets: ► Often are in good shape but show normal signs of wear from daily use. ► Painting cabinets = inexpensive alternative to replacing them. ► Re-facing
  • 27. Baths This is the second place that people are going to really focus on.
  • 28. Baths: Floor ● Floors: ► Basically the same idea as the kitchen: either clean or re-grout. ► New tile installation can also make a big impact in any bathroom. Before: After:
  • 29. Baths ● Shower enclosures can show signs of wear and water damage to the grout and caulking. An effective & inexpensive fix is to strip and re-caulk any material that shows signs of mold or discoloration. ● Retiling a shower enclosure is also a nice facelift but is going to be more costly than touching up the tile. ● Vanity/Toilet: If they are in poor shape, replacing them is not a very expensive option and can make a big difference from run down fixtures. ● Swapping out the faucet/shower control and shower head can also make a worn down bathroom look new if the rest of the items are in good shape.
  • 30. Marketing Your Home
  • 31. Listing with Redfin ● More People See your Home ► Redfin.com is the #1 used RE search site in the US ►Your listing gets Premiere placement on Redfin.com ►Mobile app target “On-the-Go” Buyers ►Professional HD Photography ►Stunning “Get Noticed” Flyers ● You’ll Know It All at Every Step ►You’ll have a whole Team on your side ► Link to show how many people have viewed your home ►Advise you at every step in the process
  • 32. Benefits of a MLS Powered Site ● Redfin.com has 20+% more agent-listed properties than two national portals, Zillow and Trulia ● We display new listings 7 to 9 days faster, and record sales faster too Data Quality Redfin Trulia Zillow % of Agents – Listed Homes Available 100% 81% 79% Median Days to Publish a New Listing 0 9 7 % of Published Listings No Longer for Sale 0.1% 37% 36%
  • 33. Marketing Blitz #1 Brokerage Website Twice as many people see your home on Redfin.com
  • 34. Thanks for Coming! Questions? Get in touch: Chris Medina chris.medina@redfin.com Contact Number: (916)-802-8872 Check out our upcoming classes: http://www.redfin.com/events

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