Thinking About Selling Your Home?

Selling your home is an involved process that affects your family and your future. Before you begin this process, you'll want to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information on what is happening in the marketplace, price, financing, terms and condition of competing properties. Do I use a realtor? How do you get the best price? What is fair market value? What kinds of renovations should be made prior to the sale?

Choosing a Realtor® to Sell Your Home

Can a real estate agent really help me in buying and selling property? The answer is YES! REALTORS® market, advertise and recommend repairs or cosmetic work that will significantly enhance the salability of your property.

Setting Your List Price

Setting the list price for your home involves evaluating various market conditions, condition of your home, repairs or improvements, selling time frame, and financial factors.

What is Market Value?

The meaning of "market value" confuses many people. The definition is the price at which a bonafide seller is willing to sell and an able and willing buyer is willing to buy. Generally speaking, the value is close to what similar homes have sold for within the past six months. This is also know as estimate of value.

Common Q&A About Selling Your Home

What are home sellers obligated to disclose? What is the best time to sell a house? Who determines what furnishings of a house stay with the home when it is sold? These are just a sampling of the many questions answered in this resource presented by Inman News Features.

A Pre-Inspection Guide For the Home Seller

A normal part of the home sale process involves the inspection of a home by an inspection professional. Such inspections are routinely performed on homes of all ages and quality.

Selling your home shouldn't be a stressful ordeal. KLAUS HOMES services and experience allow you to focus on your move while we manage your home sale, from our initial consultation to the closing of escrow, and beyond. We pride ourself on repeat business and hope you'll come to understand why.