Sell Your Home
Sell Your Home for 1%
Earn thousands more when you sell your home with Front Range Heroes.
$10,324 average savings per home seller who uses Front Range Heroes to sell their home!
Front Range Heroes offers a revolutionary new way to sell your home in the Denver metro area (link to disclaimer) at an unbeatable price. Our 1% listing side commission allows hero home sellers to save thousands of dollars on commission fees without compromising on quality service.
Selling a home can be a stressful and expensive process, but with our innovative approach, we aim to make it easier and more affordable than ever before. Our experienced team of real estate professionals will work with you to ensure that your home is marketed effectively, priced competitively, and sold quickly, all while keeping your costs low.
With our 1% listing side commission, you can enjoy significant savings on your home sale. Instead of paying a typical commission fee of 2.5% or 3%, you’ll pay just 1% to your real estate agent plus a commission for the buyer’s agent. Our program can save you thousands of dollars when you sell your home with us.
We’re focused on a better way of doing things. This means that, at every stage of your transaction, we stand beside you and work to always defend your best interests.
*1% commission is only applicable for homes located within the Denver Metro Area.²
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Home Seller Steps
Selling your home might seem like a daunting task, but you’re not alone! When you work with a Front Range Heroes Realtor, we’ll take the burden off your shoulders and help make make the process more streamlined.
Meet with your agent in person so they can evaluate your home and give you a recommended list price. Your agent will also provide tips on how to prepare your home to get it ready to sell. Your agent will also explain their marketing plan to get your home sold quickly for the highest price. Your agent can also prepare an estimated net sheet showing you approximately how much money you will clear at closing.
Your agent will consult with you to select the best listing price based on recent comparable sales, competing listings and your goals. Pricing your home is the number one most important thing to get right when selling your home. Overpricing your home almost always results in a longer time on market and an eventual lower sales price.
Based on the tips your agent provided, it’s time to get your home prepared. You will need to declutter and clean. Look at your home as a product to sell and think about how a buyer will see your home. Your home should be as clean as it’s ever been. You will need to have your home in show ready condition before photos are taken. If you need help getting your home ready, see our business directory for a list of companies offering various home services.
Your agent will now implement their marketing plan. They will get photography completed and get your home’s listing ready.
Your agent will enter your home into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) to advertise your home to buyers and other agents. As soon as your home goes active in the MLS, you should start having showings fairly quickly as long as your home is priced correctly.
It’s time to show your home to potential buyers. For showings, it’s best if no one is home including pets. Open all curtains and blinds before showings and turn on all the lights. Make sure to go over your home one last time to ensure it’s as clean as it’s ever been. Make sure to put away any small items that could be easily stolen such as cash, jewelry and medications. Look at your home from a buyer’s perspective, you want them to fall in love with your home and make an offer!
Your agent will present you with any offers received. They will go over the pros and cons of every offer with you. You can decide if you want to accept an offer, counter an offer or reject an offer. Once you agree to terms with a buyer and the contract is signed by all parties, you will be under contract.
After you are under contract, the buyer will typically hire a home inspector to inspect your home. After the inspection the buyer might terminate the contract or they might ask you to fix items or give them a seller concession. Don’t take it personally if the buyer terminates or asks for something. You can always try to negotiate a resolution with the buyer that is acceptable to you. After the inspection, there will typically be an appraisal if the buyer is getting a mortgage. The appraiser will visit your home and then prepare their report. Usually, the appraised value comes in high enough to support the purchase price. If the appraisal comes in low, you will have to negotiate with the buyer to come up with a resolution where you come down in price, the buyer brings more cash to closing or you meet somewhere in the middle.
Your agent will guide you through the entire closing process. They will be there to answer any questions you may have. Our team of agents has lots of experience getting sellers to the closing table.