Who Will Look After Your Home When Its Time To Sell?
February 19, 2018

Expert Real Estate Tips

Beautiful luxury homes are an absolute pleasure to live in. A great place to raise a family, entertain and relax. However, they’re also a lot of work to maintain, take care of and keep clean. Even when you’re living in the house full time, it still takes the additional help of a house cleaner, landscaper, handyman and vendors to keep your home running in tip-top shape. It is important that everything is working when you need it: the house is cool in the summer, the barbecue works for the birthday party, the pool is nice and clean. The list goes on and on.

For those that don’t live in Las Vegas full time or perhaps just moved out of Las Vegas, the challenge increases because they’re not here to personally see to the care and maintenance of their home. They aren’t around to see that the sprinkler broke in the backyard and it’s flooding or to even manage ongoing home maintenance and cleaning of the property. When it comes time to sell, it becomes a big concern for sellers as to who will be looking after their property.

 The good news is that we show your property on appointment and actively keep an eye on it, especially when it’s vacant. Communicating with you after each showing appointment and providing you with updates on the condition of the home is a regular part of what we do. If necessary, we can open the home for your vendors and send you pictures following up on their work. Our goal is for you to rest assured knowing that you’re in good hands and being taken care of every step of the way.

If it’s important to you that your agent cares as much as you do about your home during the sales process, then you’ve found the right team. We look forward to hearing from you.

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