Below you’ll find a list of common questions & answers. 
What area do you service?
I grew up on the East side, so I definitely service the East side and the Northeast side. And I live in Seattle and so I do most of Seattle. I don’t like to go North of Everett or South of Renton.
Do you have the bandwidth to take on a new client?

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Do you have any lenders we can talk to?
I sure do. I work with three lenders and I’ll give you all three of their names and you can decide who works for you.
Would you be willing to tell us what to do to prepare?
I will go through your house with an eye towards ROI and try to help you figure out how to spend the least amount of money to prepare your house, to get the biggest ROI. And then I also cover staging and landscaping and inspections to make your house super competitive and stand out in the market.
How can I finance my second home?

This is obviously complicated. Are you going to leverage equity? Does your income stretch to two mortgages? Do you need to sell your existing home to finance another one? Consult a lender who can give you the answers you need. I trust Chelsea Anglin of Guild Mortgage with my clients’ lending questions.

Can I keep my existing home and turn it into a rental, and then buy another house?
The answer is…drumroll….. Maybe. Again, this is a complex question and will depend on the market, your income, your credit, your equity, your existing home’s desirability as a rental property, etc. Lay all the facts out with your lender to understand your options.
If I make a contingent offer, does that make me weaker against my competition?
Not always. Sometimes a contingent offer works out well for the seller as well as the potential buyer. A seller may need a long close, and welcome the time you need to close on your end. A home may have been lingering for a while, or only receiving lowball offers. You could offer full price but contingent on your sale, and the fact that it’s a full price offer is all it takes to win the seller over. Don’t think that just because you have to make a contingent offer, that you can’t compete. If that were true, many people would never be able to step up the property ladder. All you need is strategy, and that’s where I come in.
My Top Tips for sellers
  • Understand Seattle’s real estate seasons so that you can plan when to list. There are advantages and disadvantages to every selling season, so we will discuss your needs to plan the best time for you to list.
  • There are three factors in what makes a property attractive: location, price, and condition of the home. Even at the multi-million dollar price point, we generally pick only two of those factors to market heavily.
  • Staging is important. People need to feel that your house is actually available to be theirs. No one can imagine living in a home that still seems lived in. The more generic your staging, the easier it is for buyers to envision themselves in the house.
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