First and foremost I must set eyes on the property to start the process of determining value. I will tour the property, and at this time, I may take some videos and/or photos to use later and to re-fresh my memory if needed. After this initial walk-through, I'll have [...]
Social media, and the marketing connected to such sites at Instagram and FaceBook are becoming an ever more important marketing avenue. I have successfully used these platforms to advertise and sell properties, and can tell you that they these methods are very underrated by many agents. [...]
Once a listing agreement is signed, and professional photos are taken, your home will be inputted into the Mammoth Lakes Multiple Listing Service where it will become LIVE on the internet and all the listing information will be automatically delivered to such sites at Realtor.com, Zillow and Realtor's personal [...]
Yes, Yes, Yes! You should not hire a Realtor that isn’t willing to professionally photograph your home. Almost all buyers start their property search online, and it is critical that the images of your home accurately reflect and compliment the subject property. Professionally photographing your home is absolutely necessary [...]
Unfortunately, selling a home isn’t cheap! The seller is usually responsible for paying the majority of costs. The seller pays the commission which is customarily 5-6% of the listing price. This is split between the buying and selling agent. The seller also pays for the title insurance, and other [...]
Really this depends on how long the professional photos take to schedule. If the property is vacant and easy to access, the process can be as quick as 48-72 hours.
This totally depends on personal preference and how you use your property. If you're a "skiing" family, and don't visit as much in the summer, then you may prefer the Canyon Lodge/Village/Eagle Run area. However, if you visit year-round, and love summers, then you may want to opt for something [...]
In Mammoth, the most differentiating factor between the two is nightly rental allowance; for the most part, condo-projects are located in areas zoned FOR nightly rental allowance, while homes are not. (To be clear, most single family homes are NOT able to be rented out on a nightly basis.) [...]
While I don't recommend going into any escrow with cold feet, the answer is YES. The escrow period begins with a 17 day contingency/ investigation period. HOA docs are reviewed by the buyer, multiple seller disclosures are reviewed, the buyer's physical inspection takes place, the appraisal is ordered, etc. If [...]
Yes! FaceTime and videography makes this very possible, and I've closed many deals sight-unseen. While it's not the best case scenario, if a hot property hits the market, and the buyer is not in Mammoth, it's sometimes necessary.