WHAT I WILL DO AS YOUR LISTING AGENT

Pre-Listing
  1. Prepare Listing Presentation for Sellers
  2. Research Sellers Property Tax Info
  3. Research Properties Zoning Restrictions
  4. Research Neighborhood HOA
  5. Research Comparable Sold Properties for Sellers
  6. Determine Average Days on Market
  7. Schedule First Meeting
  8. Tour the Property
  9. Gather Info from Sellers about their Home
  10. Discuss Sellers Goals
  11. Present Listing Presentation
  12. Provide Home Seller Prep Checklist
  13. Advise on Repairs and/or Upgrades
  14. Advise about Landscaping Options
  15. Provide Overview of Current Market Conditions
  16. Explain your Personal Value to Sellers
  17. Explain your Companys Vallue to Sellers
  18. Explain the Value of the Nieghborhood
  19. Create Listing Agreement for Transaction
  20. Create Internal File for Transaction
  21. Investigage any Unrecorded Property Easements
  22. Discuss Property Inclusions & Exclusions
  23. Obtain Current Mortgage Loan Info
  24. Explain Marketing Options
  25. Research Property Ownership & Deed
  26. Confirm Lot Size on Survey
  27. Describe the Buyer Pre-Screening Process
  28. Explain Buyer & Seller Agency Relationships
  29. Order Plat Map from Title Company
  30. Discuss Different Types of Buyer Financing
  31. Discuss Appraisal Process
  32. Verify Home Owners Association Fees
  33. Confirm Water Source and Status
  34. Verify Natural Gas Availability
  35. Calculate Average Utility Usage
  36. Gather Transferable Warranties
  37. Determine Need for Lead-Based Paint Disclosure
  38. Verify Security System Ownership
  39. Agree on Repairs to be Made Before Listing
  40. Guide Sellers in De-Cluttering
Listing
  1. Establish Showing Instructions for Buyers
  2. Agree on Showing Times with Sellers
  3. Attend Continuing Education Classes
  4. Obtain Copy of HOA Bylaws
  5. Explain in-Door Cameras & Showings
  6. Explain Home Warranty Options
  7. Obtain Extra Keys for Lockbox
  8. Verify any Existing Lease Agreements
  9. Work with Tenants for Showings
  10. Provide Sellers Disclosure Form to Sellers
  11. Refer Landscaper to Clean Up Property
  12. Determine Best Staging Strategy
  13. Set-Up House Cleaners
  14. Set-Up Photo Shoot
  15. Gather all Finished Marketing Material
  16. Write Detailed Property Description
  17. Enter Proeprty Info in Mls
  18. Create Virtual Tour Page
  19. Organize Photos in Best Order
  20. Have Listing Proofread
  21. Create Property Flyer
  22. Create Sign Rider
  23. Install Electronic Lockbox
  24. Install For Sale Sign
  25. Create Facebook Ad
  26. Post Property on 15 Facebook Real Estate Pages
  27. Create Ad and Upload to 92 Websites
  28. Create Instagram Post
  29. Verify Listing Data on Other Websites
  30. Help Owners Coordinate Showings
  31. Return ALL Calls ASAP - Weekends Included
  32. Gather Feedback After Each Showing
  33. Keep Track of Showing Activity
  34. Advertise All Price Changes
  35. Update MLS Listing as Needed
  36. Review Market Data Weekly
  37. Schedule Weekly Update Calls with Seller
Post-Contract
  1. Review All Offers with Sellers
  2. Prepare “Net Sheet” for All Offers
  3. Counsel Sellers on Offers
  4. Obtain Pre-Approval Letter from Buyer’s Agent
  5. Examine & Verify Buyer’s Qualifications
  6. Examine & Verify Buyer’s Lender
  7. Negotiate All Offers on Seller’s Behalf
  8. Determine Loan Objection Deadline
  9. Determine Closing Date
  10. Determine Inspection Objection Deadline
  11. Determine Appraisal Deadline
  12. Determine Earnest Money Terms
  13. Send Contract to Title Company
  14. Verify Buyer’s Agent has Received Copies
  15. Verify Earnest Money Deposited in Escrow Account
  16. Change Property Status in MLS
  17. Deliver Copies of Contract/Addendum to Seller
  18. Keep Track of Copies for Office File
  19. Coordinate Inspections with Sellers
  20. Discuss Seller’s Inspection Resolution
  21. Get All Repair Items in Writing
  22. Refere Trustworthy Contractors
  23. Keep Track of Repair Schedules
  24. Schedule Appraisal
  25. Provide Sales Date to Appraiser
  26. Negotiate Any Unsatisfactory Appraisals
  27. Coordinate Closing Times & Location
  28. Make Sure All Documents are Fully Signed
  29. Verifty that Title Company has Everything Needed
  30. Remind Sellers to Turn Off Utilities
  31. Make Sure All Parties are Notified of Closing Time
  32. Make Sure Any POAs are Submitted
  33. Solve Any Title Problems before Closing
  34. Receive and Carefully Review Closing Figures
  35. Review Closing Figures with Sellers
  36. Verify All Agreed Upon Repairs have been Made
  37. Verify Clear-To-Close
  38. Get House Ready for Final Walk-Through of Buyers
  39. Resolve any Last Minute Problems
  40. Make sure Title Commitment was Received
  41. Review Closing Documents
  42. Provide Home Warranty Paperwork
  43. Provide Buyer with Transferable Warranties
  44. Provide All Keys to Buyer
  45. Provide any Garage Door Openers
  46. Make sure Seller Proceeds are Correct
  47. Change Status in MLS to “SOLD"
  48. Upload All Signed Documents to System
  49. Close Out Seller’s File
  50. Check in with Sellers after Closing
  51. Request Feedback from Sellers
Susan Brown
Susan Brown
Associate