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We Are Familiar with Livingston County
The highly trained agents at Coldwell Banker Town & Country provide superior market knowledge and expertise in the home selling process. Our website provides a direct connection with our local Livingston County area specialists who are adept at selling homes for the right price at the right time.  Our agents help you prepare your home for selling to increase its marketability all while guiding you through the selling process. Our agents have access to Michigan’s largest multiple listing service and an array of marketing tools to sell homes quickly.  If you have questions about the process, or if you’re ready to be explore today’s market opportunity, Click Here to take your first step toward selling your home.
Why A Local Agent Is Important
We are Livingston county resident specialists, most of which grew up here.  All our agents are members of the Livingston County Association of Realtors (LCAR) and members of Realcomp MLS, Michigan’s largest multiple listing service.  Working in co-operation with other area agents, we understand the inventory, current market trends and up to the minute access to all properties in the local market.  Having all of these local resources, our agents are the most connected resource for the local market.
Request Your Personalized Market Analysis
Properties priced appropriately generate optimal exposure and sell in the shortest period of time. It’s critical to price your home competitively in relationship to the conditions in your local marketplace. To get the most accurate estimate of how much you should list your property for, ask one of our agents for a Competitive Market Analysis. A Competitive Market Analysis takes into account many aspects of your home, including size, features, and overall condition. We will walk you through every aspects of your home which could be modified to enhance its market value.
Setting the Property Price
Setting the listing price of your home is an important step in the sales process. We will help you determine the optimal price for your home, considering variables in pricing and market value such as general market conditions, buyer activity, market analysis, and time of year. Incorrect pricing could deprive you of the money and equity your home has earned as an investment. Overpricing can result in your home staying on the market longer than it should and selling at a lower sale price than if it had been properly priced from the beginning. It’s essential to price your home appropriately.