Now You Have Options!
#1 - Discounted Listing
#2 - Lease Buyout Program for Renters
#3 - 3 year Business Lease Program
(Options to build equity in your home)
#4 - Investor Buyout Program
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* Must have equity to qualify
Call to find out how the Builder Trade In Program can simplify the process of selling your current home and purchasing new.
Schedule an in-home personal consultation. We will determine your needs, discuss the market and see if the Builder Trade In Program is right for you.
Contact us before you begin your new home search. We can represent you and walk you through the entire process.
Step 1: We'll meet to discuss the market value of your home and choose a list price.
Step 2: Our staging consultant will advise you on how to prepare your home to wow potential buyers when they visit.
Step 3: We set up our full-service marketing, advertising and negotiation systems to ensure you get the most money in the right time frame.
Step 4: Preparation and our proven systems allows us to sell homes faster and for a higher price than the rest of the market: You'll get what you deserve for your home!
With the extra money from our proven systems, as well as our trade-in discount, you will pocket thousands of dollars more than with any other broker.
What could an extra $6,000 to $10,000 do for you?
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