Choosing Me Will Save You Money!

Allow me the opportunity to provide you with a free market analysis estimating your property's value. I will analyze the data you provide me with and get back with you with comparable sales information for your neighborhood. My online property marketing strategies are extremely aggressive. Experience has taught me the significance of internet marketing and the value of distributing your property. I look forward to earning your business.

FREE MARKET ANALYSIS

It Takes Four Things To Effectively Market Your Home

1

PRICE

Your home's listing price can make or break the sale of your home.

2

LOCATION

Location plays a big role in how fast your home will sell.

3

EXPOSURE

Getting your home in front of potential buyers is critical to your success.

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AMY CAPO

Contact me today to see how I can help you. (904) 814-6974


 

Frequently Asked Questions


QWhy Do I Need A Realtor® To Sell My Home?
AThe idea behind selling your home yourself is that you save the approximate 6%, that would be the Agents’ commission. 6% may not sound like a lot, but it can add up, especially on more expensive homes. But before you run off and decide to sell your home on your own, you must remember that to get a savings like that, there must be a cost.

Did you know that most For Sale by Owners price their property to low? Let me help you establish the value of your home at no charge.
QHow Will Choosing You Save Me Money?
AOnly about 10% of sellers that decide to sell their home on their own are successful at it. And, not all of them end up saving themselves money. For Sale by Owner's (FSBO's) often end up accepting a lower price for their home than they would with an agent. Allow me the opportunity to put my skills to work for you. I can get your home sold faster and at a higher dollar amount.
QWhy Shouldn't I Sell My Home On My Own?
AThere are many issues with selling your home on your own. Can you afford to make selling your home your full-time job? Because for a lot of FSBO's, that’s exactly what it is. Do you have the time and capital to spend on the marketing, advertising, inspections, paperwork, phone calls, showings, and problems that come up when any home is sold?
QDo You Utilize The Internet In Your Marketing Strategies?
A67% of home buyers come from outside the state. This is an impossible market to penetrate using only a yard sign and local advertising. My online property marketing strategies are extremely aggressive. Experience has taught me the significance of internet marketing and the value of distributing your property to many diverse listing portals.
QHow Will You Promote and Market My Home?
ABringing a buyer to the table generally means that you must first "bring them to the house." That is why I employ a combination of effective online and offline marketing strategies. While for some Realtors®, one strategy fits all, we know from experience that buyers come from many sources. To be a truly effective property marketer you must appeal to all sources by using several marketing strategies at once.

There are many marketing methods that I employ that go well above and beyond the traditional posting to the MLS, hosting of an open house, placing of standard yard signs and creation of a general home flyer. In my experience, it takes a combination of powerful marketing tools to facilitate a faster closing.
QShould I Get A Home Inspection?
AA professional home inspection protects both you and the buyer. It allows both you and the buyer the opportunity to learn about the property’s defects.

As a seller, the home inspection reports protect you because it establishes the actual condition of the property at the time of sale.
QWhat Is Your Best Advice For Someone Selling Their Home?
AIf you want buyers to be interested in your home, you need to show it in its best light. A good first impression can influence a buyer both emotionally and visually, thus prompting them to make an offer. In addition, what the buyer first sees is what they think of when they consider the asking price. A bad first impression can dissuade a potential buyer. Don’t show your property until it’s all fixed up. You do not want to give buyers the chance to use the negative first impression they have as means of negotiation.

Ask around for the opinions others have of your home. What you need are objective opinions, and it’s sometimes hard to separate the personal and emotional ties you have for the home from the property itself.
How Do I Market Your Home?