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There’s no single formula for determining when to sell your house. At Adirmont Real Estate, we put service before the sale. We'll provide honest advice so you can do what’s best for you and your budget.   If you're not sure if it's time to sell, consider these points...​. 

  • Have you outgrown your space?

  • Do you have more space than you need?

  • Are you unable or unwilling to keep up with all the required maintenance?

  • Do you have positive equity in your home?

  • Has your life changed? 

Download a copy of:

​The Book of Answers for Seller's  - A collection of how-tos, checklists, and worksheets to help your buyers and sellers understand what to expect during the real estate purchasing experience.


Why should you work with a Realtor®?

REALTORS® provide sellers invaluable services, and there are many reasons to work with one.  A Realtor® will:

• Give you up-to-date information about the market, prices, financing, terms and conditions of competing properties.

• Market your property to other real estate agents and to the public.

• Know when, where and how to best market your property.

• Help you objectively evaluate every buyer’s proposal without compromising your marketing position.

• Help close the sale of your home.

Make the Right Choice for You

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What else should you be prepared for?

  • Be prepared to complete a Seller's Property Information Report          on your home. This will help provide prospective buyers detailed information about your home, it's systems, maintenance and any other relevant facts you about the home.
  • Expect that most buyers will request a Home Inspection. Read this great article on "The 10 Most Common Home Inspection Problems".REALTOR® Magazine Online, 2016   If you know you have issues, get them addressed now.
  • If you have a private septic system, consider having your system inspected in advance of the sale, it could save you thousands of dollars later.  Read more here why sellers should have a septic inspection up front.
  • Home buyers are likely to want to  know how the water quality is at your home and if radon is a concern.  Read more about these common tests and what they mean.  ​Drinking Water Facts Sheet.   Radon  Fact Sheet.
  • ​If your home was built prior to 1978, you will be required to complete a Lead Paint Disclosure.  Learn more about Lead Hazards in Housing.
  • If your home lies within a flood zone, a prospective buyer that requires a mortgage will be required to get flood insurance.  Visit FloodSmart.gov to better understand how this could impact the transaction.

Growing or shrinking families, a new job with a new, long commute, retirement, divorce, etc., are all cause to seriously consider moving on to a home that makes more sense for life as you now know it.