Although it may be difficult to imagine sunny and green-pigmented spring days soon, March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, right? The real estate industry tends to pick up momentum in these months as people decide it is a practical time to list and best showcase their property. As with any other endeavor, preparation and knowledge is key. You need a hard committed and reliable real estate expert that stays motivated and resists the urge to sit back and wait for the right buyer with the right price to come along. A real estate broker needs to stay ahead of the competition, by being proactive to ensure a fast and viable sale!
In a competitive market, you’ll want to set a reasonable price for your land or property, and to do so adequately, you’ll want to enlist the help of a competent listing broker. Corder and Associates is proficient in providing Comparative Market Analysis (CMAs) to maximize your farm, ranch, or recreational land’s potential. Corder and Associates is also skilled at following market trends.
Though you may receive offers on your land, it is important to keep an open mindset and remain flexible. But if you’re serious about selling your property for the best price, you’ll need to be ready to negotiate. That’s not to say that you can’t be firm with a price range; there are other factors that you can be flexible on like closing date or financing for example.
Buyers are coming to your property with the information that you give them or make available. Therefore, you can recognize the need to market your farm or ranch as completely as possible. Our brokerage supplies the seller with surveys that make sure to fully encapsulate property details. Technology helps in taking the guesswork out of the equation. A detailed description is needed to capture the possibilities. Drone videos or photographs can help enrich the contour and layout of a farm or ranch. Virtual tours are functional to walk through a home, outbuildings, barns, and other buildings. 3D maps show the layout of the land and different vantage points. A buyer that has all of these tools and information that decides to then tour the property in person is a serious buyer that in turn saves time and money for everyone involved.
It can be a lot of work gathering the information and making sure to keep up with the trends to stay up to date. Stay ahead of the curve and don’t fall behind the competition by enlisting the help of a real estate broker. You run the risk of missing out on some amazing opportunities to sell your land!