Sell Your Utah Home

Ashley Jensen & Associates

Step 1 – Customized Service

Understanding What Is Best For You

Talk to a Real Estate Agent. What’s your reason for selling? Why are you moving? The answers to these questions affect timing, pricing, and sales strategy.

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Step 2 – Staging

Staging your home

Staging your home will lead to more offers and ultimately a higher price for your property. In most cases you should remove 1/3 of the items in your home. Open spaces will help the home feel cleaner and more spacious. It is also helpful to have the house professionally cleaned– carpets shampooed, windows washed, have a handyman fix little items.

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Step 3 – Marketing & Promotion

Proven Home Selling Strategies in Utah

The majority of buyers by far report that photos are the most important aspect of marketing. Many buyers will fall in love with a home from looking at the photos, before they even see the home in person! This is one of the reasons why we always hire a professional photographer. (And this is yet another reason to put some time and investment into staging.)

Some of our marketing services include:

  • Professionally stage homes
  • Host Open houses
  • Mail postcards

Step 4 – Pricing and Completing of Documents

Pricing your property and Complete Documents to List your Home

To price your property we will look at real estate solid in the past 3 months as well as the current competition. If the market is declining and you do not have an offer in the first 3 weeks, it is time to lower the price. Staying 3%-5% ahead of the market in price will result in the sale of your property.

Complete Documents to List your Home.

Step 5 – Receive and Review Offers

Choose the Best and Go Under Contract

Once You are Under Contract:

  • Seller disclosures (7 days): We send these to the buyer’s agent for the review of the buyer.

  • Due diligence (7 to 14 days): The buyer schedules an inspector to look over your home. The inspection usually takes 3-4 hours of time. It is typical for buyers to ask the seller to make minor repairs.

  • Appraisal/Financing (21 days): Most real estate sales depend on a loan and appraisal.

  • Settlement (30 days): One day before closing, our team will get a copy of the settlement statement for review and to find any errors.

  • Closing: The following day you will sign the closing documents at the Title company. This will take about 30 minutes and we will be present for this.

  • Funding: Once the documents have been completed, the loan will be funded. This can take from a few hours to a few days. Once this happens the buyer receives the keys to your home and the sale is complete.