Tips for Selling or Buying A Home From An Ace Real Estate Broker (dedicated)

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SungMin Lee’s personal and professional experience is pretty much the perfect fit for the world of real estate. She worked in finance at PricewaterhouseCoopers, ran a family business for seven years, and is also a mom to three boys ... which means she’s kind of a whiz at multi-tasking and thinking three steps ahead. Now, as a sales associate with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Closter, her vast knowledge of the local real estate market the individual towns that make up Bergen County coupled with her attention to detail and get-it-done mentality equals a well-rounded professional experience for clients every step of the home buying or selling process. And if you’re thinking about doing either, ranked in the top 6% of Coldwell Banker agents worldwide, she has a proven track record of success helping buyers and sellers achieve their goals. Here are a few of Lee’s tips.


Be Photo Ready

Images of your home are one of your most important selling tools, so make sure you’ve completely prepped your house for a photo shoot. Yes, you may have done all the big stuff, but the little things count too – like clearing clutter, picking up power strips, straightening art work, cleaning outdoor furniture, and putting everything in the bathroom away.

Price It Right

Your realtor can give you a solid overview of the market and what comparable homes in your neighborhood are actually selling for. If you price your home in a fair range, chances are you’ll catch more buyers’ attention early on. If you overprice your home, you run the risk of having it sit much longer.


Be Attractive

No, we’re not talking about looks. The housing market is hot and since that often means multiple offers, you’ll want to make sure you are pre-qualified so that you can quickly put your offer in and stay in the game. Sellers also want to close quickly, so the fewer conditions (or none at all), the better. 


SungMin Lee


15 Ver Valen Street


Office Phone: (201) 767-0550

Cell Phone: (201) 835-2313

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