10 Reasons Why You Want To Call JoAnna Selby Today!

1. What Clients Say About JoAnna Selby – “You Are Like Family.” “We Trust You.” “We Had Plenty of Agents Knocking Down Our Door & We Are GLAD We Chose You.”

2. Finding Your Home – Determining What You Can Afford By Getting You Pre-Approved, Search The MLS, Send You Daily Emails With Newly Listed Properties, Provide Price Updates Daily, Notify You Of Pocket Listings, Network With Active Agents Via Branch Meetings, Events & Email Blasts, Send Letters to Potential Sellers

3. Showing You Homes – View Homes That Fit Your Criteria, Rate Homes For Better Review, Inform Of Any Inspections Or Current Offers

4. Writing An Offer – Research Property Worth Via Recent Comparable Sales, Ask Listing Agent What’s The Seller’s Bottom Dollar, Determine An Asking Price You Are Comfortable With, Keep You Informed Of All Contracts

5. Negotiations – Making Sure You Get Your Money’s Worth, Representing Your Best Interest Throughout The Process, Getting Your Offer Accepted

6. Inspections/Appraisals – Assisting You In Choosing Your Home Inspectors & Appraisers, Scheduling & Meeting With Inspectors & Appraisers,  Informing You Of The Provided Reports

7. Ready To Move – Follow-Up Consistently With Title, Home Warranty, Lender and Escrow Officer to Get You Closed, Inform You Of The Local Community, Assist In Referring Movers, Storage Facilities, Etc.

8. Professionalism – Availability 24/7, Save Time & Frustration, Create A Peace of Mind, Continuous Follow-Up Before & After You Sell

9. Standards You Can Expect – Honest, Trustworthy, Assertive, Excellent Negotiator, Great Communicator, Friendly, Analytical and Best for Last…Able to Maintain A Good Sense of Humor Under Trying Circumstances

10. Closing Your Property – Keeping You Up-To-Date On Closing Information, Working With Your Lender To Close At The Best Rate, Get YOU Into Your Home!

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