Selling Your Maryland Home
When you decide to sell your Maryland home you may want to ask the agent you are interviewing some questions about their experience.
In Maryland each county has its own set of forms, some use the Maryland Association of Realtors (MAR) forms, Montgomery County has its own forms through the Greater Capital Association of Realtors.
Does your Realtor have access to the appropriate forms needed to list your home?
How many homes has your Realtor sold over the last year? Where were those homes? Were any of them in the same area or county as your home? How long has your agent been licensed?
Does your agent have a Transaction Coordinator? If yes, what is their responsibility in the transaction? Are they licensed, assistants or unlicensed assistants?
If your home was built recently and it is in a community, do you have a front foot assessment or capital utilities fee? Does your agent have experience with those kinds of assessments? Do you have a Home Owners Association? Does your agent have experience selling homes in neighborhoods?
When your agent came out to your home were they prepared with a market analysis, a marketing plan, and did they take notes?
In 2021 I sold 60 homes, many were in neighborhoods, and even though I live in Baltimore 21 of those sales were in Montgomery County. I have a process and I have a plan to get your home sold. In addition, I have a form I fill out when I visit your house that helps me gather the information I need to move forward to list your home. I am a salaried Realtor and Houwzer is a full-service brokerage offering the same and sometimes more services to our clients than other companies.