Whats Next For You...

A wish is a goal without a plan

My plan as your Bitterroot Valley Real Estate advisor is to help you fulfill and meet your homeownership goals. Selling a home can be a very convoluted experience that is why there are experts out there like me to help you through the process. As we evolve through life, our homes should too.

I know it’s a big decision…

Selling a home is not an easy task. You have to understand the market, price it to sell, handle legal documents, and negotiate the best deal. As your Real Estate professional you can rest assured that I will take care of your home selling journey. 

how it works...


prepare your home for listing

Meet with your Real Estate professional about the market and decide on a listing price. Declutter and complete repairs on your home.

list your home

Place the listing on the MLS and complete online and print marketing. Prepare home for showings.

review offers and negotiate

Review every offer and their terms. Determine which one serves your families needs best. Decide if you will accept, counter or deny the offers.

enter into a contract

Accept the best offer. Negotiate repairs with the buyer. Meet all contract requirements.


Review and sign all closing documents. Hand over keys to buyer and celebrate.

Must-Have Guide!

5 Ways To De-Clutter Faster When Selling Your Home

Before selling or having photos taken of your home you should take in consideration minimizing your overall clutter. Buyers want to see every inch of your home to determine if they will want to live in it. To help, I have created a list to help you declutter your home.

Let’s Sell Your Home!

What makes working with me different?

Set Up a No Obligation
Home Evaluation

Complete the no obligation form with the criteria you are looking for in your new home. I will reach out to you within 24 hours with the information from your requested search.

Got Questions?

About Selling Real Estate?

Yes and no. There are many factors that can cause your home to depreciate in value; some are in your control and others out of your control. For example, property maintenance and home improvements are components that are within your control. However, changes in the neighborhood, natural disasters, and the real estate market are items out of your control. The best way to avoid dramatic depreciation is to purchase a home in desirable community away from airports, train tracks, major highways, power plants and landfills. You can also invest in home improvements, if needed, such as new AC, roofing, energy efficient windows and interior remodeling/upgrading.  

There are pros and cons to purchasing a new home or an old home. Often times financial needs and your lifestyle are the top factors. For example, a newer home can allow for more customization, energy efficiency, higher home value, and less maintenance; but they can be more expensive, take months to build and you may not get the land or area you hoped for. Whereas, with an older home you will get an established neighborhood, typically more land and they are more affordable; but they could require more maintenance.

A Real Estate agent that is licensed and able to represent a buyer or seller in a real estate transaction. Often times a Real Estate Broker is more advanced in the field and has greater responsibilities, managing the transactions and other Real Estate agents employed in the office.

Yes. If you choose to pay your taxes and insurance you will work with your mortgage specialist to set this up at the time the mortgage is made or before closing. 

From the application to closing, a typical mortgage can take anywhere from 30-60 days to process. In some cases there are special circumstances and the processing can take longer. It is important that you work closely with your mortgage specialist and closing coordinator to get all requirement docs submitted in a timely manner to avoid a delayed closing.

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