Why Choose Goldmark Realty To Help You Sell Your Home?


Goldmark Realty has the best marketing plan available. We use all available technologies to make sure your home gets the maximum exposure which in turn will result in more showings which in turn will result in a quicker sale.
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Besides the realtor who helps you list your home, you will have the entire Goldmark back office team working to make sure your transaction runs smoothly and is there to answer any of your questions.

Frequently Asked Questions from Sellers

1. Should I use an Agent to sell my home?

It is highly recommended that you do use an agent. They provide skills, knowledge and resources that you may not possess or have access to. Choose an agent with experience, education and a proven track record of successful closings.

2. What is a listing agreement?

A listing agreement is a contract between a real estate broker (or their agent representatives, acting in the broker’s name) and a seller or sellers of real property to give the broker the right to offer the property
for sale.

3. How should I price my home?

It would be best to use the help of an Agent. Pricing can be difficult and if you do not have all the relevant and accurate information about the market you live in, you could price your home incorrectly. An Agent will be able to provide a comparative market analysis for you and suggest a realistic price for your home.

4. How do I prepare to sell my home?

The following are some basic things you can do both inside and outside to help increase your
home’s appeal.


  • Clean any cobwebs on ceilings and baseboards.
  • Add a fresh coat of paint to the walls.
  • Remove family photos and excessive
  • wall decorations.
  • Replace worn carpets, and shampoo carpets
  • that are dirty but still in good shape.
  • Polish wood floors.
  • Add fresh flowers or plants.
  • De-clutter

  • Clear any clutter and keep lawn decorations to
  • a minimum
  • Mow your lawn and trim shrubs
  • Add bushes and/or colorful flowers.
  • Sweep sidewalks, porch and driveway.
  • Remove or update any dated or
  • personalized fixtures.
  • Put all toys away.
  • Fix damaged gutters, shutters siding or roof shingles.
  • Add a tasteful welcome mat to the front door.

5.  Should I pay for an appraisal?

In most cases, the buyer pays for an appraisal but who pays for an appraisal fee can be negotiated between the two parties.