Understanding the Selling Process

Our Team Will Help You Realize Your Goals

Selling real estate in the Greenville, Pickens, Oconee or Anderson counties can an overwhelming experience.

At the Carolina Success Team we have exclusive seller and buyer programs utilizing technology and marketing to showcase your home to thousands of potential buyers looking to move to the Upstate. With the right plan and our assistance this opportunistic market has so much to offer you. As your REALTOR®s at The Carolina Success Team, we are here to answer any questions you might have and guide you through the home selling process.

  • STEP 1 
    Goals & Objectives
  • Step 2
    The Home Valuation
  • sTEP 3
    Listing the Property
  • step 4
  • step 5
  • step 6
    Aggressive Marketing for Maximum Exposure
  • Step 7
    Showings &

The Home Valuation

Based on comprehensive research, and utilizing our Certified Pre-Owned Home Sale Program we determine the maximum asking price for your home.

Pricing your home accurately from the start is the most effective way to ensure a successful sale.

Setting your price too high can be as costly as setting it too low. Your home generates the most interest from potential buyers and real estate agents the first 2 weeks it is on the market. If it is not properly priced during this time you will miss out on this peak level of interest.

No amount of marketing can sell an overpriced home. The marketing we will do to promote your home has only one purpose – to increase awareness among potential buyers leading to in-person showings.

Once buyers reach your front door, the job of marketing is over.

Your home must now compete with other homes in two areas;

Features and Price.

If your home has more features that appeal to buyers – or your home is priced lower than comparable homes – your home will stand out as the better value.

Conversely, if your home lacks the features that potential buyers desire, your only option is to compete on price.

To be effective, your home should stand out as one of the top two to three best values in your immediate market place.

Many sellers are tempted to list their home with the agent who quotes the highest price.

Please keep in mind, the agent doesn’t set the price, the seller doesn’t set the price – the market will determine the final sales price, or value, for your property.

The most effective method of pricing your home is to have a professional pre-marketing appraisal by one of the Upstate’s most respected appraisal firms.

Get Your Free Home Valuation Instantly

Our team will provide you with a complimentary CMA (comparative market analysis). We will make a detailed comparison between your home and the recently listed and sold homes that are similar in size, style, price, and location in the nearby neighborhoods to determine exactly the best price for your home in today’s market. Get Started Now

Take a look at our Certified Pre-Owned Home Sale Program to see the benefits of having a professional appraisal or just watch the video below

  • STEP 8 
    the offer
  • Step 9
    The Home Inspection
  • sTEP 10
    Between Contract and Closing
  • step 12
    Moving Out
  • step 13
    After the Sale: Tax Considerations

After The Sale: Tax Considerations

Assuming you make a profit on your sale, you might have to pay capital gains tax. The IRS website at www.irs.gov can tell you more. Also see article Tax Breaks for Selling Your Home: Read the Fine Print.*

Keep detailed records of all moving expenses if your move is job related. Many expenses, including house-hunting trips, are tax deductible. If your move is 35 miles or more from your home, you can deduct your families travel expenses, including meals and lodging; the cost of transporting furniture, other household goods and personal belongings; food and hotel bills for up to 30 days in the new city if you have to wait to move into your new home; and the costs associated with selling your old home or leasing your new home.

Note: There is a ceiling on deductions which is outlined in detail in the IRSs Publication 521, Tax Information on Moving Expenses, available free from the IRS offices. http://www.irs.gov/uac/Publication-521,-Moving-Expenses Always must speak to your professional tax accountant for information and advice determined by your specific situation.

Selling a home with our team will ensure the process of selling your  home is as easy and stress free as possible.