Expect to have a realtor who is fully dedicated to your needs! They will be your main point of contact and will guide you through the process of selling your home. Your realtor will collect all the necessary information and documentation about your home and work with you to list it on MexHome’s database.
Your Premier Agent will work with you to create a personalized marketing plan for your home. This plan may include a “For Sale” sign, MLS listings, and a strong online presence through MexHome. Additionally, your agent may organize open houses, events, and advertising to make sure your home stands out in the market.
Of course! Your realtor is knowledgeable about the local real estate market and will provide advice on the best way to present your home. This may include suggestions for pricing, staging, and any necessary improvement
The goal of staging is to make your home appealing to potential buyers by showcasing its potential. Start by removing any clutter and seeing your home through a fresh set of eyes. Good lighting is key to creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Work with your property management company to ensure all lighting systems are working, both indoors and outdoors. A pleasant scent and comfortable temperature will also enhance the overall experience for potential buyers.
It’s best to be off the property during tours so that potential buyers can feel comfortable exploring your home. Your realtor will be there to handle any questions or objections.
Clearing the lot and making it easily accessible is crucial. Building a platform that showcases the view from the lot is also important.
Your realtor is here for you, and will be in touch as often as you prefer! You can reach out to them through calls, emails, or texts. If you need their contact information, you can find it in the MexHome Company Directory.
The frequency of showings will depend on several factors such as the availability of the home, responsiveness of the property management staff, market interest, and pricing. If you have renters, be sure to discuss with your realtor and property management how showings will work while they are in the home. Provide your realtor with any rental dates and restrictions in advance.
To list your home with MexHome, you will need to share the following information with your realtor:
- Full Name
- Copy of Official ID
- Legal Address
- Property Details
- Email Address
- Phone Number
- Marital Status
- RFC (when applicable)
- Copy of the Escritura (deed)
- CFE receipt
- Paid Prediales (property taxes)
- Listing Contract
Absolutely! Be upfront about any potential issues with the property so that your realtor can fully disclose them to potential buyers. The more transparent you are, the smoother the process will be.
Don’t worry, your real estate agent will keep you in the loop about all the showings and activity on your home. If someone makes an offer, they’ll make sure to present it to you right away. To be prepared, you can think about making a “wish list” beforehand, listing what you would like in terms of price, terms, and conditions.