Getting Ready to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI Home? Things Most People Forget to Do 

Getting Ready to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI Home? Things Most People Forget to Do 

Getting Ready to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI home? Here are 15 things you’ll want to do before showing your home to potential buyers, that many sellers forget to do.

Congratulations – you’ve decided to sell your Farmington Hills MI home. You’ve lined up a qualified real estate agent and you’ve started on your lists of small repairs. However, before you put your home on the market and have your first open house, there are a few things you’ll want to do first that require little effort and money. The simple home staging tips (most of which are totally free) listed below will help you get your home ready to show and sell faster for more money: 

1. Declutter and organize 

One thing you should definitely expect during an open house or home showing is for potential buyers to look in your closets, kitchen drawers, and cabinets. Homebuyers will be asking themselves how their own things are going to fit as they walk through your home. That is why you want to declutter and organize before showing your home. If your closets are stuffed full, you have a lot stored under the beds, and most surfaces in your home are cluttered, now’s the time to go through everything.

Donate whatever items you haven’t used in a year. Give things away to family and friends. Have a garage sale. Items such as family heirlooms, pictures, keepsakes, and personal memorabilia can all be stored away for the time being. The fewer things you have inside, the bigger your home will look and feel. Start by decluttering your closets, cabinets, and drawers and keep only enough belongings in each to really show off the potential space your home has to offer. Think of it as staging your storage areas.  

2. Straighten the pantry 

Pantries sell homes. Make yours appear roomier by straightening the shelves, organizing and grouping like items, organizing with bins, throwing out expired food, sweeping and mopping the floor, wiping down the shelves, and repainting and lining the shelves with fresh liner, if needed.  If you are using the floor for extra storage, clear it. You want the pantry to appear as large as possible to potential buyers.   

3. Empty the kitchen sink 

Nothing is more off-putting than a sink filled with dirty dishes. Make sure to always have a clean and empty sink by emptying the dishwasher in the morning. That way, every time you or a family member uses a dish, it can be rinsed off and immediately put into the dishwasher. This will prevent you from having to worry about doing a load of dishes last minute. Dry your sink using a damp towel when you are finished rinsing dishes and it will shine like new and impress potential buyers.  

4. Dump the kitchen trash 

This might seem simple, but don’t forget to take out the kitchen trash before a showing. You can even keep your trash bin in your garage while your home is for sale. It might be a bit inconvenient, but it will keep smelly trash out of the house. It will also be easy to grab and throw away in the big trash can on your way out.

5. Get rid of the dust 

Dust collects everywhere in our homes, especially in those hard-to-reach high places. Pay attention to the corners of rooms. Knock the spider webs down with a broom. Ceiling fans love to collect dust. Invest in an extra-long ceiling fan duster. Make sure the fan blades are dust-free. Blinds are another item that collects dust. Make sure you clean those too. Try using an old sock over your hand while wiping across each slat, starting at the top.

6. Clean the floors & carpet 

Be sure to vacuum carpets and rugs and sweep underneath furniture. One of the first things potential homebuyers look at when entering a new home is the floors, so make sure yours look their best. If your carpet is dirty, stained, or has a funky smell, be sure to get it professionally cleaned before you start showing your home to potential buyers.

7. Replace light bulbs

You want your house to look its brightest when homebuyers are touring it and replacing old burnt-out light bulbs is one of the easiest ways to achieve brightness.  Also, don’t forget to walk around the outside of your house to make sure all the lights around the exterior are working as well.

Depending on the time of year, open house or home tours could happen when the sun is going down or when it’s already dark. Make sure all your light bulbs are the same color inside as well as outside. A soft-white light LED bulb can create a bright but welcoming environment for new homebuyers.

8. Focus on the details: plants, mirrors, rugs & flowers

You may feel like spending a lot of time and money on your house is pointless because you’re just going to sell it anyway. However, the more you appeal to the majority of homebuyers, the more likely your house will sell faster and for more money.

Focus on the details. Nothing breathes life into a room more than a little greenery. A potted tree can work wonders in a living room. For smaller areas. think of smaller plants like a few potted herbs in the kitchen or a miniature ivy plant placed on the fireplace mantel.

Mirrors can be used to make small spaces appear larger as they create the illusion of depth. Mirrors also work great in darker rooms as they can reflect light deep into areas of a room that may not get an abundance of natural light.

Also, consider adding character to various spaces in your home with accent rugs. Just make sure the rug doesn’t take over and become the main focal point. A vase of fresh flowers can bring color into your home and make it feel more inviting to potential buyers. 

9. Paint: baseboards, crown molding, trim & door frames

It’s fairly common knowledge that potential homebuyers want to be able to picture themselves and their belongings in your space when looking at homes. So, if you happen to have a chartreuse accent wall, you’ll probably want to paint over it with a more neutral color.

Also, pay attention to the baseboards and crown molding. Your crown molding may just need some cleaning and a few touch-ups, whereas your baseboards have likely seen a lot more traffic, especially if you have kids. Try cleaning the baseboards with dish soap and water first. If they are still marked and scuffed up beyond that, you’ll most likely need to paint. 

Trim and door frames take a huge beating, especially if you have kids. Buy a gallon of trim paint and invest an afternoon touching up all the trim and door frames in your entire house. Paint will make everything look clean and brand new – you’ll be amazed at the difference.

10. Make sure your home smells inviting

Household odors will be the first thing potential buyers notice when they enter your home and can be a deal breaker. Deep cleaning your home can do wonders. If you don’t have time to do it yourself, hire a professional house cleaning service. 

Along with a really good cleaning, you can also use air freshener sprays, plug-in wax warmers, or even candles while showing your home. Some sellers go all out and bake  cookies before a showing. Whatever you do, make sure your home smells good.

11. Clean glass windows & doors 

You want to make your house shine inside and out. Windows and doors bring light in and can be a huge plus to a potential buyer. Make sure all your windows are clean (even the window sills, which collect dirt and dust. Before a showing, quickly clean the high traffic areas in your home like the back door.  

12. Clean the light switches and doorknobs 

Look around your home and you’ll probably find a few fingerprints and smudges, especially around light switches and doorknobs. Use a damp rag and a little cleaner to clean and polish all these areas. Be sure to address any light switches that are near the kitchen sink disposal, in the bathrooms, your kids’ rooms, and by the garage door. 

13. Clean and stock the bathrooms 

You want your bathrooms to be super clean. Take nick-knacks off the sink and counters. Be sure the toilet is flushed and close all the toilet lids. Also, make sure you have a fresh toilet paper roll in your bathroom; It just makes it look better to be fully stocked. Add fresh towels and make sure the bathroom garbage cans are empty.

14. Declutter and clean the garage 

Declutter the garage before showing your home. A cramped garage full of stuff can be a huge turn-off to potential buyers. A clean, well-organized, and freshly painted garage looks a lot more spacious and could actually turn out to be a huge selling point. 

15. Enhance your home’s curb appeal  

Ultimately, your outdoor space can be just as important as what your home has to offer on the inside. Enhancing your home’s curb appeal is one of the most impactful things you can do to create a great first impression and get potential buyers to have a look inside.

Be sure to remove any toys, bicycles, lawn furniture, equipment, etc. visible from the street. In addition, simple enhancements such as placing potted plants on your front porch, giving your front door a new coat of paint, or adding fresh bark around the base of your hedges and trees can go a long way to enhancing your home’s curb appeal.  

The takeaway

When selling your Farmington Hills MI home, decide on a local REALTOR® to work with early in the process and take advantage of their expertise and resources. You want a qualified agent who specializes in your area as every market is different. Then research together with your REALTOR® what comparable properties are selling for in your neighborhood to better understand what your home needs to make it stand out above the rest.

Keep in mind that you are not obligated to sell a perfect house. An experienced Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® can help you prioritize where to spend time and energy that will give you the best return.

Partner with Top-Rated Farmington Hills REALTOR® -Tom Gilliam

Whether you are interested in buying a home in the area or selling your Farmington Hills MI home, take advantage of Tom’s 17-plus years of experience as a top-rated Farmington Hills MI REALTOR®. For buyers, Tom will help you find the perfect home for your lifestyle needs in the right neighborhood. For sellers, Tom will get your home sold fast and for the most money.

He will look out for your best interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf, and go the distance to ensure the best results possible. Get the home buying or selling process started today by calling Tom Gilliam directly at (248) 790-5594 or by email.

Tom Gilliam, REALTOR®
RE/MAX Classic
29630 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills 48334
Direct: 248-790-5594
Office: 248-737-6800
Email: Homes2MoveYou.com
License #314578 

Selling Your Farmington Hills MI Home? Pricing it Right is Key 

Selling Your Farmington Hills MI Home? Pricing it Right is Key 

Selling Your Farmington Hills MI Home? Pricing it Right is Key 

Pricing your home correctly can be the single most important factor when you’re selling your Farmington Hills MI Home. In today’s market, high buyer demand and fewer homes make it an optimal time to sell for those who are ready to do so. Many homes on the market are selling above the asking price at a record rate. According to a recent Realtors Confidence Index Survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR):

  • Homes typically sell within 17 days (compared to 26 days one year ago).
  • The average home sold has 5 offers to pick from 
  • 54% of offers are over the asking price 

You can add about 10 percent to a comparable sale in a sellers’ market since inventory is limited and buyers are competing for fewer homes, according to Zillow. It’s also common for homes to sell for more than 100% of the list price in a seller’s market. 

Setting the right asking price

In a hot sellers’ market, it may be tempting to price your Farmington Hills MI home on the high side to capitalize on this trend, but a higher asking price doesn’t mean you’re going to cash in big on the sale.  Setting a higher price is likely to deter potential buyers, cause your home to sit on the market longer (never a good thing), and require a price drop that may cause prospective buyers to question why.

Instead, focus on setting the right price from the start by pricing your house based on its current condition and similar homes that have recently sold in your neighborhood or area. Review expired listings from your area to gain insights on pricing your home to sell. Compare original list prices of recently sold homes with their final sale prices. Did it take many price cuts to get a sale? Perhaps it was overpriced, to begin with?

By setting the right asking price, you will increase your home’s visibility, which in turn drives more buyers to your front door. The more buyers that are interested in your home, the more likely you’ll have a multi-offer scenario. When multiple buyers compete for your house, that sets you up for a bidding war and a bigger return. 

Don’t let your asking price lump you in with the competition

Price banding is the practice of looking over current inventory in your neighborhood and finding a less crowded price point. Prices tend to get bunched up as sellers try to price their homes competitively. For example, if there are 3 homes in your neighborhood that are priced between $284,000 and $286,000, and the next set of homes start at $290,000 and up, you should take advantage of the wide-open $280,000 price band. Once you know your home’s value and have a price range in mind, it’s time to nail down the final “list” price.

Price for common online search ranges

Consider the price range your home will fall into on popular online real estate websites. Most buyers have a price range they are considering or can afford. A buyer looking at homes in the $380,000 to $400,000 range will likely not see your home if it’s listed at $405,000. But, if you choose a home listing price of $399,999, it’ll show up in their search results, and they just might end up being your buyer. While this scenario happens frequently, many savvy agents will set up search parameters for their buyers to include properties listed a little bit more above their price ceiling.

Knowing how flexible home prices can be, buyers should be made aware of properties that could be a good match for them, even if those homes are above (but within a reasonable range of) what they want to pay.  An experienced Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® can help you set a price that’s realistic and obtainable.

They can provide you with a CMA, which is a compilation of recent sales from your area. It takes into consideration home details, days on the market, and final sale price. Real estate agents are used to providing comps to potential clients, and may not even need to step foot in your home.  

Handling a bidding war

Bidding wars most often happen when the housing market has limited inventory and when there is more than one potential buyer making an offer on a home. These buyers end up competing to become the new owner of the property by increasing the price of their offer, often pushing the price higher than the original property value. 

A badly managed bidding war can end in disappointment for the seller if the potential buyers feel misled or used. No one wants their offer to be shopped around. Keep in mind that even if one party is offering you more money than another, it might not be the best offer. Money is money, but a cash offer is generally stronger than an offer that comes with financing.

An offer that includes a mortgage will take longer to close than a cash deal, and if the buyers’ financial profile is at all questionable, there’s a chance they might not secure their financing. It’s possible that the second-highest bidder might have a more straightforward and simple financial profile, and thus be more of a slam dunk to make it to the closing table.

Leave the door open with your backups. In a competitive bidding situation, buyers can become overly enthusiastic, get caught up in the moment, and bid above their comfort level. They may even walk away due to buyer’s remorse or a reassessment of value while the contract is being drawn up.  

The takeaway

Find the right list price for your home by working with a Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® who’s an expert in your area. By using their comparative market analysis, you can price your home to sell fast and for more money. In a sellers’ market, where bidding wars are common, properly handling the process is paramount and an experienced real estate agent should be able to guide you.

Partner with REMAX Farmington Hills REALTOR® -Tom Gilliam

Whether you are interested in buying a home in the area or selling your Farmington Hills MI home, take advantage of Tom’s 17-plus years of experience as a top-rated RE/MAX Farmington Hills MI REALTOR®. For buyers, Tom will help you find the perfect home for your lifestyle needs in the right neighborhood. For sellers, Tom will get your home sold fast for the best price. 

Tom will look out for your best interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf, and do whatever it takes to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Get the process started today by calling Tom directly at (248) 790-5594 or get in touch by email.

  

Tom Gilliam, REALTOR®
RE/MAX Classic
29630 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills 48334
Direct: 248-790-5594
Office: 248-737-6800
Email: Homes2MoveYou.com
License #314578 

Want to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI House Fast? You Have Options 

Want to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI House Fast? You Have Options 

Want to Sell Your Farmington Hills MI House Fast? You Have Options 

Selling a house can often be a lengthy and stressful process. There’s the prepping, cleaning, and staging, making necessary repairs – and once you list your home, you will need to keep it ready to show at a moment’s notice in case a potential buyer wants to take a look.

Now, throw in the fact that you need to sell your Farmington Hills MI house fast because of financial hardship, a new job, a divorce, or some other unexpected life upheaval. Selling a home under the gun ups the pressure significantly.

However, making a rash decision could leave you kicking yourself over it down the road. First, you need to know all of your options so you can make an informed decision that best aligns with your current circumstances and goals. 

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) says that on average it takes just under a month to get a home under contract once you list it. According to mortgage data firm Ellie Mae, it takes around 46 days to close a home purchase mortgage once the seller accepts an offer.

That means if you are the average seller, you will probably have your money in hand in eight to ten weeks if everything goes smoothly and according to plan. But what if that’s not fast enough? 

Fortunately, there are traditional and non-traditional ways to speed up the home-selling process and get your money faster such as:

  • Sell to an all-cash buyer/investor 
  • Sell with an auction house
  • Sell to an iBuyer  
  • Sell with a top real estate agent

Let’s take a closer look at the above options for selling your Farmington Hills MI house fast so you can look back on the experience with no regrets: 

Sell your house to an all-cash buyer/investor 

You can close an all-cash deal with no mortgage in less than two weeks. However, speed does come at a premium as most cash buyers are investors looking to resell the property and need a substantial discount from the fair market value (30% to 50%) for the deal to make sense. The buyer usually waives the right to contingencies, inspections, walk-throughs, appraisals, repairs, and title insurance. 

Investors buying homes for cash and then selling them for a profit are actually on the rise. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reports that investors accounted for 15% of home sales in July 2020, an increase from 11% the year prior.

As a group, cash buyers or house buying companies are individuals or entities that buy your property outright without the need for lender financing. Although selling your home to a cash buyer/investor allows you to skip the home prep, showings, and staging hassles, you’ll want to consider both the pros and cons of selling to an investor:

 The pros of selling your house to an all-cash buyer/Investor: 

  • Selling as-is:  You can sell your home as-is without having to do any repairs or upgrades. Since the investor isn’t planning on living in the home, he/she (or the company), doesn’t care whether your kitchen has been updated in the last 10 years or if your toilets are the original ones that came with the house when you purchased it 20 years ago. Many investors look for old or outdated homes to fix up themselves to flip and make a profit. As the seller, you save money by not making repairs or upgrades. You also save time and have the convenience of not having to make repairs or upgrades yourself.   
  • All-cash offers: – Most investors pay for homes in all-cash so there’s very little risk that you won’t close for lack of funds. Even when a traditional buyer has been preapproved for a loan, the lender can decide the buyer’s creditworthiness has changed and refuse to issue the funds needed to buy your home. However, before you sign a purchase agreement you should ask the investor for proof of funds, which can come in the form of bank or money market account statements that show cash or liquid assets that exceed the purchase price of your home.
  • Fast closings: Because the sale of the property is not reliant on approved financing, appraised values, home inspections, etc., bypassing all of these steps expedites the process considerably. Since most investors purchase with all cash, you can sell your property as soon as both parties agree on the conditions of sale. The average time it takes sellers to close with an all-cash investor is about two weeks, sometimes sooner. If you’re selling to a buyer who needs a mortgage, it takes a minimum of 60 days.

The cons of selling your house to an all-cash buyer/investor:

  • Investors don’t need a license to buy: As the home seller, you know nothing about the individual or entity offering to buy your home. Some investors are corporations, while others are individuals who just happen to also be real estate agents. This is cause for concern for many home sellers because they question the motive behind the purchase. Do they want to buy my home to resell it for more? Probably.
  • Scam artists can pose as Investors: There’s a risk of fraud in any financial transaction, but it’s especially critical to avoid scams when dealing with the largest asset such as your home. To avoid any issues, get the name of the investor and do research online to see who they are, ask for references, look them up with the BBB, and ask your Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® to also do some sleuthing on your behalf. 
  • Cash-buyer is a legitimate foreign investor:  If the cash buyer is a legitimate foreign investor, it could take much longer to close than with a domestic buyer who needs a mortgage. Investors who are not U.S. citizens could suffer negative tax consequences in their home countries by purchasing your home. Thus, the sale could be delayed for months while the investor works out the logistics of closing.
  • Your home will likely sell below market value:  Investors have their own costs to contend with and those costs will be factored into their offer price. Investors buy a property because they believe they can make more when they sell it than they paid for it. For the most part, investors buy homes as-is, not market-ready homes.

Investors are aware of the appeal and power of an all-cash offer and the fact that they are taking a risk by purchasing “as-is.” They may be relying on your motivation to get out quickly. Whatever the reason, it’s unlikely that an investor will pay market value for a home.

Sell your home with an auction house

Another way to sell your house fast is with an auction house. According to NAR, selling a home at auction has a few benefits but there are also disadvantages to consider.

The pros of selling your home with an auction house:

  • Buyers come prepared to buy
  • Quick disposal reduces long-term carrying costs, including taxes & maintenance
  • Exposes the property to a large number of pre-qualified prospects
  • Accelerates the sale
  • Creates competition among buyers—auction price can exceed the price of a negotiated sale
  • Requires potential buyers to pre-qualify for financing
  • The seller knows exactly when the property will sell
  • Eliminates numerous and unscheduled showings
  • Ensures an aggressive marketing program that increases interest and visibility

The cons of selling your home with an auction house:   

  • Many prospective buyers believe (incorrectly) that auction properties are distress sales and expect to pay less than the market price 
  • Auction costs are higher (often, much higher) than real estate commissions 
  • If the property doesn’t sell, you still owe substantial fees to the auction house 
  • In an auction without a reserve price, you may get less than you wanted or expected, but you will have to take it  

When you sell your house through a real estate auction house, you will have to pay extra costs associated with working with an auction company. The real estate auction house will handle the marketing of your property’s auction, decide when best to hold the event and where to hold it, decide whether you should hold an auction in which the highest bid automatically wins your property (auction without a reserve), or one in which you have the right to refuse the largest bid if it’s not high enough.  

The most successful real estate auctions tend to be those in which sellers agree to accept the highest offer, even if they’re not happy with it because these auctions attract the most bidders. Real estate investors don’t want to waste their time bidding on a house only to have the seller back out of selling it at the last minute. 

It can be risky selling real estate this way because you may end up selling your Farmington Hills MI house at a price that you believe is too low. Sellers must weigh this risk against the advantages.

Sell your house to an iBuyer  

The term iBuyer means “instant” buyer. An iBuyer is a specific type of cash buyer – an organization that uses an automated valuation model (AVM) to analyze your property and set the price it is willing to pay. There are no real estate agent commissions and you can avoid the hassle of listing your home and the uncertainty of when the sale will close.

In general, iBuyers offer a higher percentage of fair market value than investors/home flippers. But, according to a MarketWatch study, you’ll end up with about 11% less by selling your house to an iBuyer than if you sold it on the open market with a top real estate agent. There are both advantages and disadvantages to consider with an iBuyer:  

The pros to selling your house to an iBuyer:

  • Speed: One of the biggest advantages of using an iBuyer, is a speedy selling process that doesn’t require waiting on the interest of a potential buyer.  
  • Efficiency: Using an iBuyer means selling your home with ease. Since iBuyer takes on the typical responsibilities that selling a house requires, using their services can promise a simpler selling process of all the other options. 
  • All-Cash offers: When working with an iBuyer, the offer generated for your home is an all-cash offer, which is typically provided to a homeowner within 24 hours.  
  • Inspection: When using an iBuyer, you are not required to have an inspection of your home done. Any repair that needs to be done will be taken care of by the iBuyer.  
  • Showings: Some people don’t want to deal with the hassle of having people in and out of their homes for showings. The iBuyer will take care of dealing with potential buyers, so you don’t have to.  
  • Certainty: If an iBuyer approves your home, it’s then guaranteed that your home will sell one way or another. Since homes are bought by the iBuyer, it then becomes the iBuyers responsibility to sell.  

The cons of selling your house to an iBuyer

  • Lower offers: Because iBuyers take a significant risk in paying quickly and closing fast when purchasing a home, the offer provided can be less than what the home may be worth on the open market. This is the payoff of selling a home fast and seamlessly to an iBuyer. When using a top Farmington Hills MI REALTOR, there is a greater chance of receiving more money for your home, but without the convenience.
  • Deductions: After an inspection, if a homeowner chooses to have the iBuyers take care of the repairs, there is a deduction added to the final offer of the home that includes the payments required to do so. If the repairs are rather significant or extensive, this can lead to a much lower cash offer for the home.
  • Real estate agent:  There are instances where a top Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® can provide the same amount of efficiency in a similar amount of time. If you feel more comfortable using a real estate agent, you can typically receive some of the same benefits that an iBuyer can offer.
  • Availability:  Some iBuyers only perform in specific locations, cities, or states. If you are considering to us an iBuyer, you will need to make sure be reputable companies are operating within the area you live.
  • No negotiation: When using an iBuyer, you can not negotiate the offer given to you for your home. But, with selling your home with a REALTOR®, part of closing a sale is the conversation about the final price of the home. Often, a buyer will seek out a lower price and the agent will direct the conversation to help the buyer and seller agree. When using an iBuyer, asking for a higher purchase price is non-negotiable.
  • Representation: Many people don’t feel confident when it comes to selling their home on their own, and prefer to use an actual Farmington Hills MI real estate expert. With an iBuyer, there is no representation for you or the person buying your home. As the seller, you will not be represented by an expert and will have to go through the selling process on your own with the iBuyer.
  • Uncertainty: iBuyers can be selective when determining which homes they want to purchase and have the option to deny buying your home. While you are in the clear if an iBuyer has confirmed to buy your home, for those that don’t qualify, using an iBuyer won’t be an option.
  • Non-interactive: Using an iBuyer means there will be no face-to-face interaction. Some people would prefer to speak to an actual person in regards to their home rather than going through a website. Working with a real estate agent can help make some homeowners feel more confident their home is being considered in the most personal manner.

Ultimately, with iBuying, you’re typically selling your home at a discount and what you are getting in return are speed and certainty.  

Sell your home with a top real estate agent 

Selling with a top Farmington Hills REALTOR® can get you a fair market price or better. Putting the sale of your home in the hands of a skilled real estate professional can get you the speedy transaction you need at a price you can accept.

Specifically, the job of an agent is to guide the seller through necessary house preparations and repairs, price the home correctly, set up home staging, execute a marketing plan to promote the listing, negotiate with the buyer, and take the deal through to the final closing paperwork. 

These efforts bring serious buyers to the table as efficiently as possible to fetch an offer for your house at fair market value. Homes represented by agents generally sell for more money and sell for a median of 99% of the final listing price. Having an agent of your own also means having an advocate on your side who can handle delays and prevent mistakes.

Not only will an experienced and skilled Farmington Hills MI REATOR® help you avoid time-wasting missteps during escrow, but they can also help you choose which offer to accept to guarantee a smooth and fast transaction. If you’re on a tight deadline, it is reasonable to be concerned about whether a real estate agent will work at a fast enough pace.

That means not any agent will do. You need to partner up with an agent who has a track record of selling homes just like yours quickly in your area.  

Sell your house fast with top Farmington Hills MI REALTOR® – Tom Gilliam

Tom Gilliam has been serving Farmington Hills and the surrounding area for over two decades, with a commitment to his clients and a passion for real estate. Known for his friendly and down-to-earth demeanor, Tom’s personal approach to the real estate process allows him to connect with his clients. He will quickly ascertain your needs and wants and create a plan of action based on your specific criteria. 

Tom is someone you can trust and feel good about working with. His clients appreciate his honesty and transparency and feel it helps them as they make important real estate decisions. An excellent communicator, Tom makes himself available for his clients whenever they have questions or concerns and will promptly return any texts, calls, or emails.  

Having someone like Tom to advise and guide you means there is one less thing you need to worry about. A trusted Farmington Hills MI REALTORⓇ, Tom will protect your interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf, and go the distance to ensure the best results possible.

If you are ready to sell your Farmington Hills MI home fast, please give Tom Gilliam a call directly at (248) 790-5594 or send him an email.

Tom Gilliam, REALTOR®
RE/MAX Classic
29630 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills 48334
Direct: 248-790-5594
Office: 248-737-6800
Email: Homes2MoveYou.com
License #314578 

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