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Find Your Value

Every home has a Fair Market Value. When no one is under pressure, this is the value you can expect your home to sell for. Pricing higher leads to frustration and wasted time. Pricing lower leaves money on the table.


With backgrounds in mechanical and aeronautical engineering, our team likes numbers, so much so that we refuse to pull them from thin air. We base home valuations on real statistics and comparable sales, so you can full confidence when you pick a list price for your property.

Manage Showings

We will schedule open houses as well as private showings for potential buyers. Your job is prepare your home so that it is as desirable as possible. This includes deep cleaning, making minor repairs, staging your furniture, removing personal items, decluttering, reorganizing closets, and may even include to-do's such as eliminating odors, upgrading lighting, sprucing up landscaping, power-washing decks and sidewalks, and more.


We will guide you in how to best prepare your home. The better prepared your home is, the faster it will sell and the more it will sell for.


We do not allow our sellers to be present when showings are scheduled. Georgia law permits you to install audio and video recording devices, but we do not permit you to be physically in the home when buyers are trying it on for size.

Review Offers

Offers include the purchase price, closing date, earnest money deposit, time limit of the offer, and terms - these include any contribution to closing costs from the seller, items you want to stay with the home, due diligence, repairs you would like completed, etc.


We will guide you in evaluating all offers on your home by digging into a potential buyer's contingencies, type of financing, closing schedule, and any special stipulations a buyer has made.


Even in multiple offer situations, not every offer is worth pursuing. When there is more than one option on the table, combing through the details is just as important. It is up to us, as a team with you, to find the best offer on the table. If we can't find one we like enough, we'll pursue a Counteroffer.

Prepare for Inspection

Nearly all buyers will purchase a home inspection, we certainly recommend that ours do. You should prepare for an inspection just like you do a showing: clean, remove pets, replace broken lightbulbs, etc. In addition, make sure to empty your dishwasher, leave a note regarding any items that you know are out of working order and anything you might be doing to remedy.


During an inspection, you should vacate the home. All inspectors are different, but you can generally expect the inspection will take 2-3 hours depending on the size of your home. You may elect to leave your phone number for the inspector in case they have any questions for you.


After the inspection, there is potential that the buyer will request some repairs to be made. If this is the case, we will work together to negotiate any new terms based on new findings.

Prepare for Appraisal

The appraisal is basically the last "test" you have to pass before going to closing. Appraisers provide an objective valuation of your home to safeguard the buyer's lender, whom the appraiser is working for.


In a similar way to how we evaluate your home, an appraiser will look at comparable sales regarding size, bedrooms, bathrooms, updates, location, quality of flooring, plumbing, electrical, etc. to establish a value.

Final Walkthrough

Before closing, the buyer will take a final walkthrough of the home to make sure it is in the condition that we have agreed to. Prior to their walkthrough, we need to ensure all repairs are complete, personal items are removed, and the home is clean.


At closing, you will need your drivers license, keys, and garage door openers to give to the new buyer. After you sign a few documents, you will have successfully sold your home!

After Closing

Once all is done at closing, you will receive any proceeds in the form of a check at the table or a wire transfer - your choice. At this point, you can cancel your homeowner's insurance and confirm that all utilities are being taken out of your name the day after closing.


The documents you keep from closing will be needed to file taxes for the next year, so it is important to keep up with them. However, we will send you a copy of your Settlement Statement during the next tax season in case anything has gone missing.


As always, we will continue to stay in touch and be available anytime you need us!

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