Selling Sooner?


I can help.

If you’re selling a condo, townhouse, or single-family home in Metro Oklahoma City, there’s good news. As one of the most recession-proof cities in the country, prices here have remained relatively stable, allowing owners to realize a profit on their home sales. Plus, with the renewed energy of downtown attracting workers, downsizers and retirees, there’s a thriving market of buyers out there. Because of my detailed knowledge of the Metro OKC market and many years of experience working and living in Oklahoma, I have a direct line to buyers who are looking to buy your home.

What’s Your Home Worth?
You want to price your home so that it sells quickly and for maximum profit. To help you achieve these goals, I will provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) an evaluation of your home’s value based on available local market data including:

  • Sale prices of homes similar to yours that have recently sold
  • How long these homes were on the market before selling
  • How quickly you can expect to sell your home at your asking price
  • Current listings and sale prices for homes that are similar to yours.

Setting the Stage for a Successful Sale
Selling your home “as is” is not always the best way to maximize your profit. Through my years of experience, I have learned what appeals most to buyers and I’ll suggest ways to help your home stand out from the competition on the market. Here are some of the simplest ways to help your home shine.

  • Wash windows
  • Organize closets
  • Repaint
  • Open drapes and blinds
  • Clear clutter from front and back yards
  • For my free, comprehensive guide “How to Prepare your Home", email me at


Online Marketing Puts Your Home in Front of Thousands of Active Buyers
Once we’ve worked together to establish an asking price, I’ll showcase your home to its best advantage on websites, in real estate publications and by networking with other real estate agents. Some of the many sites we’ll advertise your home on include
Yahoo Realestate
Google Base
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