Lisa Sledzik
Why Sell With Lisa

Making the decision to sell your home can be difficult. Choosing the right person to represent you can be even harder.

Choosing Lisa Sledzik to represent you in the sale of your home is a decision you will feel good about. Here are the top 5 reasons why:

 

1. Ability to calculate the true value of a home to price it correctly for the market.

When Lisa prices a home for sale, she doesn’t base her numbers on opinion. She uses hard data combined with years of experience in real estate sales, mortgage banking and underwriting. She jokes that she has an appraiser’s checklist permanently etched in her brain. That’s good news for you as a seller because a well-priced home can sell faster. The less time your house sits on the market, the more money you stand to keep in your pocket.

 

2. Out-of-the-Box advanced marketing solutions.

Lisa takes the marketing of homes seriously. You take pride in your home, and she knows that. You’ll be hard pressed to find another agent in Wilmington who goes to the lengths Lisa does in choosing marketing materials and in promoting your home in the market. Her out-of-the-box approach to marketing a home proves she’s not just a typical agent.
She has advertised properties in prestigious publications like Garden&Gun Magazine and Dupont Registry. She is also a member of The Institute of Luxury Home Marketing. For one of her current listings, she hired a professional architectural photographer to create photos and a property video. She also commissioned a unique property website that goes above and beyond the typical virtual tour. See it for yourself at 6309Seamist.com.
With Lisa, you won’t have to worry whether or not your home is getting the exposure it needs.

 

3. Straightforward and Thorough Communication Style.

Many sellers have been burned by a lack of communication in a real estate transaction. You’re left wondering whether or not your agent is really working for your best interests. You won’t have to worry about that when working with Lisa. Her past clients can attest that she doesn’t drop the ball on communication. She will pick up her phone in the middle of the night or even when she’s on vacation. You’ll never feel like you’re being left in the dark.

Lisa also prides herself in being straightforward and clear with her sellers. She won’t tell you what you want to hear just so she can get your listing. She will tell you exactly what you need to hear to get your home sold.

 

4. Knowledge of what buyers are really looking for.

When Lisa is selling a house, she puts on her “Buyer Hat”. She approaches evaluating your home for the market from a buyer’s perspective making her different from many other agents. After working with countless buyers in the Wilmington market and buying several houses of her own, she is able to look at your house and see what a buyer will see. She asks the hard questions about the true value of your home from a buyer’s point of view. This gives you an amazing advantage over other sellers who may not be as well prepared to meet current market conditions.

 

5. Navigate through issues that may arise from contract-to-close with ease.

When selling in a buyer’s market, there are any number of issues that can arise to threaten the closing of your home. If things do go wrong, you don’t want to be stuck with an agent that lacks the competence and energy needed to navigate a tough transaction. You want the peace of mind that comes from working with an agent who can spot problems before they arise and can creatively come up with solutions and exhaust all possibilities. Lisa puts her knowledge and experience gained from years in real estate sales and mortgage banking to work for you. She has seen every side of a transaction and can help you navigate the sometimes turbulent waters of a closing with greater ease.

If you are seriously considering putting your home on the market, contact Lisa today and put her strengths to work for you.

 

Want to get Lisa’s insight on selling your home? Check out her Top Ten Tips for Sellers on the blog!


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