What I've Learned From Walking Into Your Home

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Your home is where your heart is.

It’s no secret that people develop very strong emotional attachments to their homes. For many people, their home is the place where they feel in control - a place that is both predictable and secure. It’s no wonder that the process of selling your home and leaving behind everything you know can elicit feelings of fear and anxiety.

Not only that but when you decide to sell, you’re putting a number value - or price-tag - on something that is invaluable to you. This may make you uncomfortable or even angry, especially if you’ve poured thousands into fixing up your house - only to realize that you can’t recoup those funds in a sale.

Brace yourself.

When you put your house on the market, you will often find yourself in an emotional state of flux. And, if you’re the type that likes to maintain control at all times, you may need to brace yourself for the parade of strangers that will be walking through your home, sizing up the worth of your most personal possession, and judging your most intimate space. Part of the selling process means you need to learn how to let go and move on. And, this isn’t easy.

This is an intimate time in your life, and I'm here to help you navigate

What I do is very personal. I take the time to learn what’s most important to you and what makes you tick. I’ve learned that everyone is different and has their own unique relationship with their home. I’ve also learned that the best thing I can do for my clients is listen to them. This is the most effective way to help you sell your home for your desired price. This is also the best way for me to help you move on.

Are you ready to sell? I’m ready to help you.

 

 

 

Ariel Szabo