Buy first– or sell? If you’re thinking about selling your home in Florida, this is probably your biggest dilemma.
If you decide to buy first, you could end up with two homes. On the other hand, if you sell first you could find yourself without a home at all.
Fortunately, our Guaranteed Sale Program solves this dilemma. Here’s how it works: BEFORE you even list with me, we prepare a total market analysis of your home.
The market analysis will include a computerized printout of all comparable home sales and current listings in your Florida neighborhood. Using this information, we’ll figure out a market value for your home.
From there, the market value will determine your guaranteed price and list price, which we’ll give to you in writing before we begin marketing your home. Think of this as a better than risk-free insurance policy.
When you receive this guaranteed price from me in writing, you will have the security of knowing that your home is guaranteed to sell.
With this program, you win no matter what happens:
In the unlikely event that your home in Florida does not sell within the agreed upon period, I will buy it myself for the upfront guaranteed sale price we set together.
If you receive an offer on your home that is higher than the guaranteed sale price, you get the higher offer, not mine.
So I’ll be taking all the risk, while you know your home will sell– and you’ll always benefit from the highest offer (whether it’s our guaranteed sale price or a higher offer from an outside buyer).
The best part about my Guaranteed Home Sale Program is that you eliminate the usual stress that comes with selling your home in Florida: no conditional offers, no emotional roller coaster, no chance of getting stuck owning two homes.
My Guaranteed Home Sale Program makes the house hunting process a lot more fun because you know your home is guaranteed to sell!
Ready to learn more? Get more details about my Guaranteed Sale Program by completing the form on this page.
CONDITIONS EXPLAINED: Our conditions are very simple; Rick and the seller simply must agree upon price and time of possession.