How do we do it?
CRR uses cutting-edge technology for all transactions, making everything more efficient, and saving you time and money. Everyone has an “agent friend” who will charge a full or discounted commission when selling your house. You now have a Real Estate friend in us! Save thousands with CRR.
The Selling Process
Step 1: Listing Presentation
We’ll meet at your home to learn each other’s expectations and goals. We’ll discuss marketing strategy, timeframes, and our process for setting the right price for your home.
Step 2: Marketing Strategy
We’ll then work with our marketing specialist to start marketing your home. We’ll spread the word about your home while creating excitement and urgency from qualified buyers.
Step 3: Showings
Whether you or we show your property, we’ll handle the communication with agents who want to show your property. You’ll receive notifications of booked showings, feedback from those showings, and updates on the market in your area. We’ll also keep an eye out for patterns in the market and feedback from your showings.
Step 4: Review & Negotiate Contract
Once you receive an offer on your property, there are three primary details to address: Price, terms, and timeline. We will help you negotiate all 3—one of our top strengths! In negotiation, we’ll fight to get the best possible result for you.
Step 5: Contract to close
We’ll secure escrow and confirm inspection and appraisal. We will be keeping you in the loop, so you’ll know exactly what’s happening. If any issues arise, we’ll be right there to help.
Step 6: Closing
The title company will coordinate the closing of the sale of your property, transferring ownership to the buyer. Finally, you get your funds and celebrate!
Are there any additional fees during the process, such as home inspections, appraisals, photography, etc.?
NO additional fees from us. Our prices include professional photography, a sign, a lockbox, marketing services, a listing on the MLS, and transaction coordination. The buyer generally covers inspection and Appraisal fees. It’s important to note that traditionally the seller pays the buyer's agent’s commission. Traditionally that fee is 2.5-3% of the home’s value. That is up to you to decide how much you compensate a buyer’s agent. Paying a buyer agent’s commission is valuable to motivate buyer agents to show your home and bring you an offer, but ultimately that decision is yours!
Save Even More Money!
Take advantage of our Sell-Buy Bundle when you’re ready to make your next move. You will not only save thousands by avoiding sales commissions, but you’ll also save thousands more with our Buyer’s Closing Cost Credit.