What is the difference between marketing and selling a home?

The “Marketing” of your home is our expertise in knowing how to establish a figure that balances maximum price with minimum time on the market. We know that buyers purchase by comparison and will make offers on competitively priced homes before they will make a low offer on an overpriced home. We also know that homes sell at market value, and that the asking price determines how long it takes to sell, not the eventual sales price. We consider “Sales” to be the promotional activities such as advertising, web exposure and other tools to bring your home to the attention of the market. Without the right “Marketing” all of the sales efforts are futile. Usually when a home doesn’t sell it’s because of poor market prediction, not lack of sales efforts. We don’t want that to happen to you.

What should I expect?
What value does a real estate agent offer me?
Can you give me all the time and attention I need?
How will you communicate with me?
Don’t all real estate agents offer the same services?
How will you determine the price for a home purchase or sale?
If I’m a homebuyer how will you help me?
Why should I consider an independent company like Red Barn Properties?