Selling a home doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, 5.51 million existing U.S. homes were sold in 2017, according to data from the National Association of Realtors. Working with a real estate agent can to list, show and sell your home can make all the difference. The right agent brings a great deal of knowledge, experience and marketing skill with them. These real estate agents can valuable assets, especially agents like Rhonda Sweet, who bring more to the table from the start.

 Rhonda Sweet, businesswoman, real estate broker and owner of Your Home Sweet Home Realty, is remarkably successful at selling homes, not just due to her experience and know-how but also due to the many advantages that come from having her degree in marketing as well as a very successful record in sales. When looking for someone to help market and sell your home, marketing is crucial; it is also Ms. Sweet’s forte.

  Staging the house is important,” says Rhonda Sweet, adding that great pictures, highlighting the right features and demographic awareness are key for homeowners looking to get the best price for their home. It also helps to make any suggested renovations, if possible. Homeowners can make the most of working with an agent by being amenable to their suggestions, such as neutral paint colors, removing personal effects and clearing clutter.

Working with a real estate agent, like those at Your Home Sweet Home Realty, means a professional will list the home via a multiple listing service (MLS) on a private website, in newspapers, and wherever else he or she feels is pertinent. “We also offer a free search for those looking to purchase a home,” Rhonda Sweet explains. “Many realtors do not do this. Often, people search on their own, but many online real estate searches return places that are expired or not valid.” The free search that Your Home Sweet Home Realty offers is a benefit to those homeowners who are selling their home as well as to those searching for a home as it helps both find their ideal match.

“We also have a big buyer base,” Rhonda Sweet adds. “We work with homeowners from start to finish, including looking for potential problems to remedy beforehand and working with a very close network of bankers and attorneys as well as offering a well-rounded team of agents.” Ms. Sweet explains that many agents do not have much, if anything, to do with banking or legalities, in which case, their clients would be on their own. However, Your Home Sweet Home Realty can often help clients become prequalified in just 15 minutes. “You receive a great deal more personal care when dealing with a smaller agency,” explains Rhonda Sweet. “Sometimes, homeowners and home buyers alike can feel lost in a large agency.” Whether you’re buying or selling a home, Your Home Sweet Home Realty is here for you.

Your Home Sweet Home Realty offers many benefits to its clients, including…

* Working with Residential and Commercial Designations

* ability to sell anywhere in New York

* Rental/leasing, Short sale/foreclosure, HUD Specialist

* Spanish Speaking Agents

* Agents Available 24/7

* Excellent References

* A Specialist in Selling your Home

* Professional Marketing Artwork and Photography

* A Free Comparative Market Analysis

* Relocation Services

* Strong Investor Database

We also offer property management services. We have mortgage brokers, attorneys and home inspectors that we work closely with on our clients’ behalf. This means we can usually get a pre-qualification for new clients in less than an hour.

For your real estate needs, call Rhonda Sweet at Your Home Sweet Home Realty:

O: (585) 730-8024, F: (585) 730-8054, C: (585) 747-5258


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