MICHAEL’S MARKETING PLAN

Here’s my commitment to you: I will…

FREE Home Valuation!

  • …put that sign in the ground! This is the first item of business – it is a great way to generate interest in your home.
  • …file the contracts with our office.
  • …consult with you on the best ways to prepare your house for sale.
  • …send a Keller William Realty e-mail alert to all agents in our network about your home.
  • …make a date at your convenience to photograph your home.
  • …photograph your house, then select and prepare the images that show it to its best advantage.
  • …prepare the information about your home for the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
  • …post the listing and photos into the MLS.
  •  …prepare and post the listing to Keller Williams Realty’s various websites including our very own Keller Wiliams Realty Listing Service (KWLS).
  • …prepare and post the listing to the other major websites, including Realtor.com.
  • …create a single property website with your address as the domain name.
  • …introduce your home at office meetings in Newport Beach and at Keller Williams Realty’s meetings of over 300 top agents—which includes a tour of your home by the agents.
  • …arrange for the other local agents to see your home on “Broker’s Preview Day.” 
  • …contact you to discuss when you’d like to hold Sunday “Open House.”
  • …put your listing into rotation in the Keller Williams Realty regional ad pages.
  • …design and print a custom brochure for your property.
  • …place ads in the appropriate print media.
  • …send a “Just Listed” jumbo postcard to your neighborhood.
  • …send copies of your property’s advertising to you via mail.
  • …schedule showings and open houses.
  • …qualify each prospective buyer prior to showings.
  • …answer all Buyer and Broker inquiries regarding your home in a timely fashion.
  • …show the property to potential Buyers.
  • …report to you each week on the results of showings and open houses.
  •  …discuss with you any offers that come in.
  • …open escrow once an offer is accepted.
  • …schedule and attend the various inspections of your home.
  • …track the escrow file until the closing.
  • …complete and track all relevant paperwork (disclosures, inspection reports, etc).
  • …monitor contingency and due dates.
  • …keep you apprised of any potential issues during the escrow process.