Sarah Marrinan, Realtor®
Realty Group, LLC,
Sarah Marrinan is a Twin Cities Real Estate Agent, complete workaholic, top notch "counselor", mom to two awesome girls, shameless self-promoter and never ending “connector”.
Even though she is seemingly always working, it's a lifestyle, the phrase “it's a career not a job” takes on a whole new meaning.
Most people talk about things they can do, Sarah goes out and actually does them.
Prepare to Sell Your House
Home selling has become more complex than it used to be. Online technology has changed the way buyers shop for homes. Financing has gotten more complicated for buyers. New seller disclosure statements, longer and more mysterious form agreements, and a range of environmental concerns have all emerged in the past decade. Read more »
Find a REALTOR®
In the maze of forms, financing, inspections, marketing, pricing and negotiating, it makes sense to work with professionals who sell real estate full time, study the market, know the community and much more. Those professionals are the local REALTORS® who serve your area. Read more »
Negotiate a Real Estate Offer
Perhaps the most complex moment in the sales process comes when you get an offer for your home. Market conditions, leverage, financing and other terms, etc will need to be evaluated. Whether you have one offer or several to consider, these tips will help you navigate the negotiation. Read more »
The Art of Settling
When you have a signed contract with the buyer for your home, you may feel as if you can breathe a sigh of relief. But before you can completely relax you need to get to the closing table and that often includes navigating offer contingencies such as inspections, appraisals, other home sales, etc. Read more »
Plan Your Move
Some of the activities required to sell your home can actually help with the moving process. For example, by knowing where you will live after your house sells, organizing all your utility service providers and cleaning out closets, the basement and the attic you will have less to do once the home is under contract. Read more »