“Jay’s words of ‘Don’t worry, I will take care of it.’ were true.”

 

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—  Dale Walter

Jay O'Brien, Associate RE/MAX PREFERRED PROPERTIES
380 Maple Ave W Ste 202, Vienna, VA 22180-5681 - 703.402.8412 Agent - 703.255.9700 Office

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Looking to Sell Your Virginia Home?

Contact Jay to get started!

 

jay@obrien.net

703.402.8412 Agent
703.255.9700 Office

When you are thinking about selling your home, I offer a consultation visit to get you prepared for this big decision.  Together, we clarify your motivations and draw up a basic time frame for the selling process. Being clear about your intentions for selling will make it easier for us to determine the most appropriate option for your specified financial lifestyle, and real estate goals.

 

I offer advice on what needs to be done to get your house ready to hit the market, from home repairs to clearing clutter.  You don't need to embark on large home repairs but I may suggest some minor repairs and improvements that will make your home look fresher to buyers.

While everyone has clutter, buyers want to see a fantasy version of your house, in which they can envision living. Once your home is on the market you’ll need to keep it as neat as possible. One way to make that easier is to reduce the amount of clutter you have on your shelves and surfaces.

 

We use sophisticated software to perform a comparitive market analysis which considers all of the market factors and determine a fair market value of your home. Major factors that affect market values include price, mortgage rages, location, condition of the property, seasonal markets and supply and demand. Contact us today for a FREE comparitive market analysis of your home! 

If you plan to buy another home, an important decision to make is whether to sell your home first or make an offer on a new home before putting yours on the market. We can help you evaluate how fast homes are selling in the market and help you estimate how long it will take you to find a home. This decision also depends on your financing, so you may want to consult with a lender to see how you can finance the transition from one home to another if you choose not to sell your home first.