We believe in versatility
We utilize a variable commission rate, which means Flex Realty offers immediate value at the lowest commission guaranteed.
Commitment & Experience
Take advantage of the integrated resources of a dedicated real estate team. Flex Realty guides buyers and sellers through every step of the real estate process, from listing, to negotiation, to closing. We go above and beyond what traditional or flat rate firms can offer.
Three simple reasons: Service, Savings, & Results
We have a dedicated team of people who are here to guide you through each step of the transaction. While we all have different roles, our number one priority is you.
We will visit your property to estimate the Fair Market Value by analyzing your property's condition and examining recent nearby sales.
Our property analyzer will recommend repairs and improvements to sell your property for the highest price. We'll also connect you with professionals to help prepare your home for the market including painters, general contractors, plumbers and more.
Your home will be listed on the Multiple Listing Service where it is available for all Realtors to see. We work hard to ensure all information about your home is accurate and readily available to buyers so when they are ready to make an offer on your home, there is nothing holding them back!
Your home will be featured on 400+ websites including Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia & more. We'll also showcase your home on our Facebook page with over 1200 followers.
High quality photos are one of the most important marketing tools available. Our professional photographer will take photos to highlight your home's best features.
We represent you from start to finish. You won’t ever need to speak to the other party or Realtors directly. We schedule showings, negotiate offers, schedule repairs on your behalf, and coordinate all your closing details.
102.44% Of List Price Received, 26 Average Days On Market & 60+ Combined Years In The Business
When is the best time to sell my home?
This frequently asked question cannot be answered with a general answer.
Every real estate community is different, therefore, the best time to sell a home will be different from market to market. In some cases, the spring and summer months are the best time to be selling a home. In other cases, selling a home during the fall and winter months actually may be better than waiting until the spring real estate market. This is due to a combination of many factors including lower competition and that serious buyers are always looking for a home, to mention a couple factors.
However, since every home seller’s situation is different, you should discuss the timing of your home sale with your Realtor.
How much is my home worth?
The first step in selling your home is to identify your equity through the provision of a Market Analysis. Flex does this through research and preparation of information that will allow you to compare your home or to similar homes on the market. The first step includes making an appointment to preview your home and identify the amenities and upgrades you have, as well as the neighborhood and location. The second step is to make another appointment so that we can review our research, recommended price range, and share with you our plan for marketing your home.
Should I be present during showings?
No! There are many reasons why sellers should not be present during showings. The primary reason is potential buyers may feel uncomfortable talking openly and freely with their Realtor about your home. They do not want to say something that could offend you, the seller. The best idea is to leave shortly before the scheduled showing and come back once you are certain the buyer and their Realtor have left your home.
What happens if there are multiple offers on my house?
We will sit down together and discuss the differences in the offers. We will come prepared with key points to the offers so you can make an educated decision. Key factors, aside from price, will include pre-approval status, contingencies, closing date, and timeframes.
Your price can actually end up higher than listed, depending on the type of market in your area and your price range. For example, if there is very little inventory, you will most likely be in a Seller’s market and receive offers at listing price or higher. However, if there is quite a bit of inventory in your home’s price range, we could be at the other end of the spectrum in a Buyer’s market or somewhere in between.
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