Selling your property can be an emotionally and physically challenging undertaking. We are here to help and offer our extensive first-hand knowledge and expertise in making this process as easy as possible. Some of our best success stories conclude with our clients asking us "Is that it?", thinking the process of selling their home would be a lot more difficult. What they weren't aware of is all the issues that we handled in the background, without their concern or affecting their emotional sanity.

If you currently own property and are thinking of selling, this section contains information on how to select the right Real Estate Professional, pricing your home appropriately, preparing your property for sale, how we marketing our listings, why we don't do traditional open houses, how to choose additional service providers (escrow and title companies), and going through the inspection process.

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Marc-Aaron Realtors provides sellers a wide array of services, many you may not realize, such as assisting with minor repairs prior to listing your property, contacting moving companies, and hauling away trash and debris.

We've even been known to purchase a buyer's property just so they can purchase and close escrow on our selling client's house!

Putting the Cart Before the House

To begin the process of moving up to a larger home, we started casually touring neighborhoods in Del Mar and La Jolla with our clients Fred and Nancy to see what types of properties they might be interested in. One day, without warning, the "perfect home" for them became available. Through our quick, back-and-forth negotiations late into the night with the seller's agent, we were able to get Fred and Nancy's offer accepted before the upcoming weekend and open house that would have certainly found another buyer for the house. They were very excited to have found their dream home. Unfortunately, there was just one problem... Read More

A Last Minute, Very Costly Decision

Our client was selling her family's beautiful $1,650,000 estate on the top of Mt. Helix in La Mesa. It was a place where she had grown up and had many fond memories. But just two days before escrow was scheduled to close, the buyer decided to cancel the transaction. Why? The buyer had found another home he wanted to purchase instead. All contingencies had already been removed, and we had all our documentation in order. The cost to the buyer... Read More

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