Thinking about selling your mobile or manufactured home in Las Vegas, Nevada?
ABC Mobile Homes has been helping Las Vegas, Nevada residents sell their manufactured homes for over 30 Years – longer than any other active dealer in Clark County, Nevada.
We are licensed by the The Nevada Housing Division (NHD), a division of the Department of Business and Industry.
At ABC Mobile Homes, we have the experience necessary to get your home marketed and SOLD at the best possible price in a reasonable amount of time. When you are ready to sell, our professional agents will provide you with pricing guidance, extensive marketing, buyer pre-qualification, expert buyer/seller negotiations and we will facilitate all showings of your homes to potential buyers when they are ready to purchase.
We understand the ins and outs of selling a mobile home in Las Vegas. We’ve been doing it for over 30 years. You’ll rest easy with the peace of mind that comes with having an expert handle and finalize all of the details of your sales transaction.
90% of mobile home buyers contact licensed Brokers/Agents when they want to buy a home.
Statistics show that 90% to 93% of all home buyers contact an agent when they are interested in buying a home. Potential buyers know that an experienced resale broker like ABC Mobile Homes can help them sort through all of the available listings and find the homes that are most appropriate to their needs.
Buyers also understand that a professional resale broker/agent can help them negotiate with sellers and that it’s the agent’s job to effectively handle all of the necessary paperwork and other details once a purchasing price has been agreed to.
Comparative Market Analysis and Pricing Assistance
To sell your mobile home for the highest price possible, our agents will do a comparative market analysis (CMA) to determine the correct price at which you should put your home on the market. While the ultimate listing price is always the seller’s decision, the agent’s experience selling similar homes in the same area is a valuable resource that people selling homes themselves just don’t have access to.
Staging and Marketing Strategy
Our agents will also tour your home with you and suggest any renovations or repairs that you might want to make in order to help sell your home for the most money, in the shortest amount of time. It could be as simple as rearranging furniture or a taking care of some minor repairs that might discourage potential buyers. Our agents know what items are deal breakers for prospective buyers.
While there are several effective ways to let the public know that your home is for sale, studies show that nearly 90% of home buyers begin their search for a home on the Internet. In addition to posting signs and contacting existing buyers that we are currently working with; your home will be displayed on all of our company’s websites and social media pages. We also list your home on other nationally recognized websites that attract the attention of local buyers as well as out of town prospects that may be considering a move to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Negotiating a Sale
When we receive an offer on your home, our agents will help you decide whether you should accept it or submit a counter-offer. If there is a better deal to be had, your agent will help you get it. The buyer may want to negotiate additional terms. Your agent will represent your interests in this process allowing you to remain detached from the process.
Once the price and terms are agreed upon, the buyer may suddenly want to negotiate some additional terms, like making repairs or lowering the price of the home, which you’ll either need to accept or reject. This is where level heads prevail and emotions can kill a deal. Your agent is there to keep everyone happy and satisfied while handling all negotiations and paperwork for both the buyer and seller in order to get the sale closed as quickly as possible.
Closing the Sale
Closing a manufactured home sale can be a daunting experience for the average homeowner.
Thoroughness and accuracy are extremely important to avoid delays in transferring ownership of your home in Nevada. Dealing with trusts, liens and property taxes are just some of the potential pitfalls that an experienced broker can help you avoid.
As the old saying goes “The job isn’t over until the paperwork is done”.