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    Common Real Estate Questions Answered

    Anytime you are considering a move because your house is too big or too small, the best route is to consult an experienced realtor.

    Below are some common real estate questions addressed by our RE/MAX Capitol Properties Real Estate Agents; Dominic Valdez and Brett Janzen.

    Advice from Dominic Valdez: Do you list your home first and then start to look for a new home or do you start looking first then list?

    • In this market, the houses once listed are selling quickly and in April we witnessed an average of 30 days live on the market before going under contract. Dominic recommends putting your home on the market first, but make contingencies with offers saying you have to sell your home before moving on to your next home.

    Advice from Brett Janzen: How do you pick a real estate professional?

    Many will make the mistake of simply selecting a real estate agent who they are friends with, but selecting agents that have qualified credentials is vital. Take the time to interview agents and make sure they are willing to walk you through each step of the home buying or home selling process before you get started. Education by your agent prior to starting will help you have a happy and positive experience. Find an agent who is confident in his or her services, you’ll get a pulse on this when speaking with each one during the interview. Feel free to ask for a market analysis and a marketing plan for your home to help in your decision-making process.

    At RE/MAX Capitol Properties we pride ourselves in the care and concern we show to our customers from, for sale to sold, or just looking to purchase, we make it a point to learn all things Cheyenne real estate so you don’t have to, saving you time and money. Connect with us today with any questions you have or to get started on your real estate goals and dreams! Call us at 307-635-0303 to schedule an appointment with Dominic or Brett or one of our top REALTORS! Visit us online to search homes for sale in Cheyenne and Laramie County!

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