SELLING YOUR HOME



Reasons to Work with the Top 5%

Just 5% of all Realtors in the country call themselves Certified Residential Specialists (CRS).  That’s because just 1 in 20 has earned certification from the Council of Residential Specialists by completing a rigorous course of advanced training and by meeting significant experience requirements. 

Despite all the extra expertise you get by using a CRS, it doesn’t cost you any more!  In fact, the skills and know-how of a CRS may actually save you time and money.  Here are a few other reasons you should engage a CRS when you sell or buy a home:

  • The Highest Standard of Ethics – Every CRS must main membership in the National Association of Realtors, abide by its strict Code of Ethics, and treat you
    fairly and professionally every step of the way.

  • A Focus on Minimizing Risks – A CRS is trained to help minimize the financial, legal and practical risks you face in selling your home and get you successfully to the closing table.

  • Technological Expertise – A CRS is trained in the latest technology and focuses on making it work for you to get your home sold.

  • An Ability to Maximize Profits and Minimize Costs – A CRS is trained to help you understand the dynamics of the marketplace and negotiate successfully on your behalf.

Emily became a Certified Residential Specialist in 1996, and stands ready to serve you with the utmost care and expertise.  Her commitment to excellence in marketing your home is quite serious. For a detailed market analysis and comprehensive marketing plan tailored to your personal home and specific needs, please contact her today.

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