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SELL

YOUR HOME

WE MAKE IT EASY

TO PREP, LISTSELL YOUR HOME

We know what makes your home sell: How it's priced, how it shows, and how it's marketed. Selling your property is a big decision, so it's important to work with agents you can trust to get the job done perfectly.

When you choose to work with us, you're not just getting agents who use the best tools and technology to sell your property for the most amount of money in the least amount of time. You're getting transparency and instant communication throughout the entire process, so you can relax knowing every detail is taken care of. Our agents custom tailor property marketing strategies to target where buyers are looking - both online and in person. Plus, our agents make listings shine with the best photography and content.

TALK TO US

MEET WITH AN AGENT TO TALK THROUGH THE SELLING PROCESS

When you meet with one of our agents, they'll get to know you to understand your selling goals, and explain the selling process so you know what to expect. They will come prepared with comparable property data to show you how much to list the property for and how long it should take to sell. The agent will also show you the innovative technology they use to market your listing and manage the whole transaction to make sure nothing slips through the cracks. You will never feel left in the dark when you work with our team - you will be kept in the loop so you know what's going on every step of the way.

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THE HOME SELLING PROCESS AT A GLANCE

1:

MANAGE SHOWINGS

Once you’ve chosen your Keller Williams agent, and together have prepped your house for sale and set a price, you’re ready for the public to see your home.

  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your KW agent typically visit homes together Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have a gut reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you can also consult your agent to learn more about home values and possibly to reevaluate your priorities in the context of what’s available in your price range.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their future home the first time out and others look at 50 homes before they see one that checks all their boxes. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives so you have some points of comparison, but sometimes you just know a place is where you want to live.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items to see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Keller Williams agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them. Your Keller Williams real estate agent will be your trusted partner for your home search.

3:

PREPARE FOR INSPECTION

Most buyers request a home inspection as a condition of their offer. While a home inspector will dig more deeply into your home than a buyer, the preparation you made before your first showing should help you get ready for the inspection. Your Keller Williams agent can give you personalized advice, too.

  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your KW agent typically visit homes together Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have a gut reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you can also consult your agent to learn more about home values and possibly to reevaluate your priorities in the context of what’s available in your price range.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their future home the first time out and others look at 50 homes before they see one that checks all their boxes. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives so you have some points of comparison, but sometimes you just know a place is where you want to live.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items to see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Keller Williams agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them. Your Keller Williams real estate agent will be your trusted partner for your home search.

2:

REVIEW OFFERS

Congratulations! You received a message from your KW agent that you have an offer on your home. Now you need to evaluate that offer and decide how to respond.

  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your KW agent typically visit homes together Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have a gut reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you can also consult your agent to learn more about home values and possibly to reevaluate your priorities in the context of what’s available in your price range.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their future home the first time out and others look at 50 homes before they see one that checks all their boxes. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives so you have some points of comparison, but sometimes you just know a place is where you want to live.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items to see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Keller Williams agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them. Your Keller Williams real estate agent will be your trusted partner for your home search.

4:

PREPARE FOR APPRAISAL

As you near the end of your home sale journey, you will need to pass one more test: an appraisal. Your KW agent can help you gather materials and prepare for the appraiser’s visit.

  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your KW agent typically visit homes together Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have a gut reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you can also consult your agent to learn more about home values and possibly to reevaluate your priorities in the context of what’s available in your price range.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their future home the first time out and others look at 50 homes before they see one that checks all their boxes. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives so you have some points of comparison, but sometimes you just know a place is where you want to live.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items to see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Keller Williams agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them. Your Keller Williams real estate agent will be your trusted partner for your home search.

5:

CLOSE

While it’s tempting to focus on your next move, your Keller Williams agent is likely to remind you that until the closing is over, you have some final responsibilities as a seller.

  • What should I expect when visiting homes?
    You and your KW agent typically visit homes together Homeowners usually are not home, so you’re free to spend as little or as much time as you want. Buyers often have a gut reaction to a home. First impressions count, but you can also consult your agent to learn more about home values and possibly to reevaluate your priorities in the context of what’s available in your price range.
  • How many homes should I visit?
    Sometimes buyers find their future home the first time out and others look at 50 homes before they see one that checks all their boxes. It’s a good idea to see at least a few alternatives so you have some points of comparison, but sometimes you just know a place is where you want to live.
  • What should I look for when visiting homes?
    Look beyond the staging and decorative items to see the features and fixtures that convey with the house. Check the condition of the home. Keep track with photos and notes. Consider possible home improvements you might want to make so you can research costs later. Don’t forget to check out the outside of the property and the neighborhood. Your Keller Williams agent has access to neighborhood insights and data to help inform your decision. Locate your commuter route, schools, shops, restaurants, parks and other amenities. If the property is a condo or located in a homeowners association, find out the fees and rules to see if you can live with them. Your Keller Williams real estate agent will be your trusted partner for your home search.

OUR STORY

Since 2003, our Keller Williams offices have been serving the Philadelphia suburbs, New Jersey & Delaware areas for homes of all kinds. Upon opening the first Keller Williams office in Chester County, agents were immediately attracted to the culture, training, and reputation of KW. From humble beginnings of a single office with 20 agents, we have since grown to 3 offices (Exton, West Chester, & Devon-Wayne) and over 500 agents. We have a long standing traditions of giving back to our the communities that we serve, and we practice what we preach; to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, lives worth living, experiences worth giving, and legacies worth leaving.

Contact us to talk to your favorite Keller Williams agent!

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The Dickerman Team did a great job finding us our first home. Everything went smoothly start to finish with some minor bumps in processing. Jen was an excellent agent to work with! 

Buyer, Jennifer G.

The Dickerman Team provided valuable input from start to finish – staging tips, contractor recommendations, industry insight, home value, nearby home comparisons, real estate market situation, etc. They helped us to facilitate the home-selling process in a navigable manner (even though we were out of state) and ensured that we received the highest value for our home. Julie and Bridget (especially) come with a wealth of experience and credentials. Very client-focused. I would highly recommend if you’re looking to sell your home.

Sellers, James and Andrea C.

Everyone on our team was great to work with, very knowledgeable and professional. We got more for our home than we thought was possible. Thank you, Tricia, Andrea & Bridget.

Sellers, Mark and Laurel E.

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