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I will work for you every step of the way! My combination of skill, experience, and technology ensures that I can sell your home for the highest possible price and in the shortest period of time. I have the tools to meet the demands of a highly competitive, modern market.

My Unique Automated Internet Marketing System Online Presence: Available 24 hours a day!
My online marketing system allows me to make information accessible 24-hours a day, and to respond immediately and directly to each and every prospective buyer. From my website, prospective buyers can get information immediately about your home. They can access my} site 24 hours a day and view your property listing! Through my Personal Home Search, your listing will be sent by e-mail to every prospective buyer in my database, where your home meets their criteria. Plus it will be e-mailed automatically to future prospective buyers as well.

Traditional Marketing
As soon as you list your home with me, I will enter your home in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database. Other agents can immediately access your property information by computer. Plus, your property will be included in any printed MLS books. I also regularly publish in magazines and newspapers in the area and send out direct mail pieces to potential buyers.

Pricing Your Home
When you think about it, there are several other homes for sale competing with your home. I will help you price your home competitively to attract qualified buyers. The way I do this is by generating a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) report, which will show you a range of prices being paid for homes in your area. You can complete my} online form to get a feel for your home’s market value.

Every Step Of The Way…
Remember, I will be working for you every step of the way to make sure that you get the highest possible price for your home in the shortest period of time.

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How to prepare to sell your own home in the down market.

  • Clean inside your house, painting or touch up.  You want a prospective buyer to work in your house and say. “WOW”.  Also the out side, the cure appeal it is very important. It is the first impression as the same back yard.
  • Do the market comparison.  How much they are selling now, how much the price there just sold in the past 3 throw 6 moths, and how much is pending.  When you look at the houses on the markets, you do not compare that you house better, and set the price with the higher than the others.  Your house is not going to sell.   Be realistic, compare the apple to apple. 
  •  Keep in mine that you have many competitors especially in down market.  The only benefit you are having now is the word “For Sell By Owner” . You have one shot to make the first impression and  price right.
  • Pick the right media to advertise, if your house is a luxery home, you should go with the high class magazine. 

Selling Your Home Isn’t Easy, Let Us Help.

I am very experienced in both, buying & selling of unique properties.  Porama Srijinda will tell you if there are any minor fixes to bring a greater return or expedite the sale, or what the indicated market value of your home is in today’s market. Call to set up a no obligation market analysis of your property today.

The Process

After setting an appointment to tour the home or land Porama Srijinda will compare to all other similar properties actually closed in the last 3 years in your market area; will also consider active comparable properties to understand what buyers will be comparing to and how we compete.

Opinion Of Value
Our mutual objective is to achieve the highest selling price for your property in the shortest period of time.

Market research assists in determining Opinion of Value. Our Comparative Market Analysis considers both closed sales as well as active listings.
Ultimately the selling price will be determined not only by comparable properties but by competing buyers. Buyers will establish a "worth" that your property has to them. Buyers historical preferences have established definite pluses and minuses to your homes base value for such things as sun exposure, privacy, easy access, usable lot, mechanical system, views, style and condition of home, open floor plan, and so forth. Your property value is closely tied to the history of prices in your same community and market area.

Purchase of a residential property, at any price, is both an emotional and business decision. The decision to purchase is driven by emotion but must be a sound business decision with an exit strategy, regardless of how long the new owner plans to live in the home. The price a buyer is willing to pay is heavily weighted to market data with the catalyst being emotion.

Factors that influence the sale of your property

  • Your property will need to be uniquely positioned to create maximum interest and help produce the highest possible financial return.
  • Although the listing price you place on your property will influence its sale, there are many other factors that come into play. Some of these factors are within your control, others are not.

Examples include:

  • Factors Not Within Your Control
    • Your Property’s Location
    • Recent Property Market Values
    • Current Economic Indicators
    • What comparable properties have sold for
  • Factors Within Your Control
    • Your Property’s Price
    • Your Property’s Distinctive and Compelling Attributes
    • The physical condition of your property (home and grounds)
    • The closing date you prefer
    • The ready access to your property for showings
    • Being open to creative financing options
    • The selection of the real estate sales professional representing you
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 “Green Home”
Energy efficiency and conservation of natural resources, using sustainable products that are good for our planet is our way of educating the future generation for better living. Consult your appliance dealers for tips on how to make your home more green and energy efficiency.

Energy cost efficiency

  • More insulation in the right places helps reduce energy and heating costs.
  • Check all the areas where caulking and weather stripping are applied and replace where necessary.

Low-flow water fixtures such as faucets and showers, and dual-flushing toilets reduce water consumption.

  • Unplug electronics when not in use; it reduces utility bills;
  •  Potential buyers will check for these kinds of details.
  •  Many electrical units use power when plugged in, even if they’re not turned on form a habit of unplugging them…

Moderate-cost green updates

  • Earth-friendly materials such as wood alternative flooring, furniture, cabinetry and other materials made locally, can reduce carbon, smog, and pollution buildup.
  • High-efficiency HVAC units can replace heating and cooling systems. Purchase ENERGY STAR appliances, which use up to 40 percent less energy than conventional appliances.
  • Install a high-efficiency water heater and keep the setting down a few degrees. Many local and state governments offer incentives for purchasing energy-efficient appliances.

The  re-green suggestions comes from sales associates affiliated with independently owned and operated Keller Williams Realty La Jolla UTC offices and may not be apply to all areas. Contact us.

For all your real estate needs, please call or contact us

Porama  Srijinda
Real Estate Advisor
Short Sale (Pre-Foreclosure) Specialist
Direct: (619) 200-5296

DRE.  Lic. # 01838443

Tips on how to make life "Green”
Tip for today is “Garden”. Gardening is my favor activity. When I have free time I always garden, even though I live in a small condo, I turned my patio into a cute little condo garden. I remember when I was a child my mom always turned the corner of the back yard into small garden with vegetables, herbs, and flowers.  Once she planted a cabbage in a coconut shell and hung in front of the house for decoration. People walked pass and looked and say some thing nice about them.

  • To save money
  • Natural Therapy
  • Healthy for us
  • Good environment
  • Create activity in the family and neighborhood.

More go green….

Commercial Real Estate is going through major suffering from the economic impact of the real estate crisis. Many commercial buildings are empty.  The land lords are willing to negotiate to reduce the rent. If they don’t, many of them cannot continue to keep the properties, and will probably decide to let it go into foreclosure or short sale.

If you are looking to buy or sell, give me a call.

Why choose Me?

  • Full Service Real Estate in executive position with a reputable company that offers ‘personal financial’ and ‘investments’.  
  • I work direct with buyers, sellers and investors.
  • I have a select qualified closing team
  • I know how to get the deal done.

"My business is my ‘commitment’ to my client’s interest in real estate business concerns. In today’s sensitive market and complex economic situation, technology is a large part of communication for our client’s needs.  We provide our clients with many ways to achieve their real estate and financial goals, through a very large system of communication expertise that brings them the necessary people to make success happen for them."

How I started “Lighting Up the Stars and Green Path.

  • Economy
  • A Cup
  • Dying plants

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Our process

  • Find your goals and clarify them. Each individual client has direct needs and goals.
  • Educate you on important real estate issues; legal documents, contracts pro and con.
  •  Help you find the properties you desire.
  • Help you find the financing
  • Completing your goal process.

Porama Srijinda
Real Estate Advisor
Keller Williams Realty
619 200-5296

Location, Location, Location, very near to Balboa Park, Hillcrest and North Park. Nice attractive home with the granny-house in back, Good investment and residence. Showing from 9 to 11 am from Mon-thru- Sat. Escrow and Title/s seller’s choice.

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Eight steps to selling your home

  1. Define your needs. Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, "Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?" For example, a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home, or a job opportunity in another city may necessitate a move. For your goals, write down if you’d like to sell your house within a certain time frame or make a particular profit margin. Work with your real estate agent to map out the best path to achieve your objectives and set a realistic time frame for the sale.
  2. Name your price. Your next objective should be to determine the best possible selling price for your house. Setting a fair asking price from the outset will generate the most activity from other real estate agents and buyers. You will need to take into account the condition of your home, what comparable homes in your neighborhood are selling for, and state of the overall market in your area. It’s often difficult to remain unbiased when putting a price on your home, so your real estate agent’s expertise is invaluable at this step. Your agent will know what comparable homes are selling for in your neighborhood and the average time those homes are sitting on the market. If you want a truly objective opinion about the price of your home, you could have an appraisal done. This typically costs a few hundred dollars. Remember: You’re always better off setting a fair market value price than setting your price too high. Studies show that homes priced higher than 3 percent of their market value take longer to sell. If your home sits on the market for too long, potential buyers may think there is something wrong with the property. Often, when this happens, the seller has to drop the price below market value to compete with newer, reasonably priced listings.
  3. Prepare your home. Most of us don’t keep our homes in "showroom" condition. We tend to overlook piles of boxes in the garage, broken porch lights, and doors or windows that stick. It’s time to break out of that owner’s mindset and get your house in tip-top shape. The condition of your home will affect how quickly it sells and the price the buyer is willing to offer. First impressions are the most important. Your real estate agent can help you take a fresh look at your home and suggest ways to stage it and make it more appealing to buyers. * A home with too much "personality" is harder to sell. Removing family photos, mementos and personalized décor will help buyers visualize the home as theirs. * Make minor repairs and replacements. Small defects, such as a leaky faucet, a torn screen or a worn doormat, can ruin the buyer’s first impression. * Clutter is a big no-no when showing your home to potential buyers. Make sure you have removed all knick-knacks from your shelves and cleared all your bathroom and kitchen counters to make every area seem as spacious as possible.
  4. Get the word out. Now that you’re ready to sell, your real estate agent will set up a marketing strategy specifically for your home. There are many ways to get the word out, including: * The Internet * Yard signs * Open houses * Media advertising * Agent-to-agent referrals * Direct mail marketing campaigns In addition to listing your home on the MLS, your agent will use a combination of these tactics to bring the most qualified buyers to your home. Your agent should structure the marketing plan so that the first three to six weeks are the busiest.
  5. Receive an offer. When you receive a written offer from a potential buyer, your real estate agent will first find out whether or not the individual is prequalified or preapproved to buy your home. If so, then you and your agent will review the proposed contract, taking care to understand what is required of both parties to execute the transaction. The contract, though not limited to this list, should include the following: * Legal description of the property * Offer price * Down payment * Financing arrangements * List of fees and who will pay them * Deposit amount * Inspection rights and possible repair allowances * Method of conveying the title and who will handle the closing * Appliances and furnishings that will stay with the home * Settlement date * Contingencies At this point, you have three options: accept the contract as is, accept it with changes (a counteroffer), or reject it. Remember: Once both parties have signed a written offer, the document becomes legally binding. If you have any questions or concerns, be certain to address them with your real estate agent right away.
  6. Negotiate to sell. Most offers to purchase your home will require some negotiating to come to a win-win agreement. Your real estate agent is well versed on the intricacies of the contracts used in your area and will protect your best interest throughout the bargaining. Your agent also knows what each contract clause means, what you will net from the sale and what areas are easiest to negotiate. Some negotiable items: * Price * Financing * Closing costs * Repairs * Appliances and fixtures * Landscaping * Painting * Move-in date Once both parties have agreed on the terms of the sale, your agent will prepare a contract.
  7. Prepare to close. Once you accept an offer to sell your house, you will need to make a list of all the things you and your buyer must do before closing. The property may need to be formally appraised, surveyed, inspected or repaired. Your real estate agent can spearhead the effort and serve as your advocate when dealing with the buyer’s agent and service providers. Depending on the written contract, you may pay for all, some or none of these items. If each procedure returns acceptable results as defined by the contract, then the sale may continue. If there are problems with the home, the terms set forth in the contract will dictate your next step. You or the buyer may decide to walk away, open a new round of negotiations or proceed to closing. Important reminder: A few days before the closing, you will want to contact the entity that is closing the transaction and make sure the necessary documents will be ready to sign on the appropriate date. Also, begin to make arrangements for your upcoming move if you have not done so.
  8. Close the deal. "Closing" refers to the meeting where ownership of the property is legally transferred to the buyer. Your agent will be present during the closing to guide you through the process and make sure everything goes as planned. By being present during the closing, he or she can mediate any last-minute issues that may arise. In some states, an attorney is required and you may wish to have one present. After the closing, you should make a "to do" list for turning the property over to the new owners. Here is a checklist to get you started. * Cancel electricity, gas, lawn care, cable and other routine services. * If the new owner is retaining any of the services, change the name on the account. * Gather owner’s manuals and warranties for all conveying appliances.
How to price to sell and still make a profit
The asking price you set for your home significantly affects whether you will profit in the sale, how much you will profit and how long your home will sit on the market. Your real estate agent’s knowledge of the overall market and what’s selling – or not selling – will be invaluable in helping you determine the price. The objective is to find a price that the market will bear but won’t leave money on the table.

Here are some points to consider: Time. Time is not on your side when it comes to real estate. Although many factors influence the outcome, perhaps time is the biggest determinant in whether or not you see a profit and how much you profit. Studies show that the longer a house stays on the market, the less likely it is to sell for the original asking price. Therefore, if your goal is to make money, think about a price that will encourage buyer activity (read: fair market value).

Value vs. Cost. Pricing your home to sell in a timely fashion requires some objectivity. It’s important that you not confuse value with cost – in other words, how much you value your home versus what buyers are willing to pay for it. Don’t place too much emphasis on home improvements when calculating your price, because buyers may not share your taste. For instance, not everyone wants hardwood floors or granite countertops.

Keep it simple. Because time is of the essence, make it easy for the buyers. Remain flexible on when your agent can schedule showings. Also, avoid putting contingencies on the sale. Though a desirable move-in date makes for a smoother transition between homes, it could cause you to lose the sale altogether.

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Luxury Home Short Sale

Many Luxury homeowners may question; can you do a short sale if you own many assets. The answer is yes, you can. However, you have to do it in the correct way.
Selling a luxury home is very sensitive in any market. There are more factors involved. We consider the value of our clients as the first priority. With our committeemen, we will do the best to meet our client’s goals. We will use our technique and marketing strategies to find qualify buyers.

A Short Sale can be an Advantage to any type of property. It depends upon the property situation and the goals of the owners.

  • No cost to the Seller; Bank pays realtors when the property sells.
  • Sell your home Fast and Avoid bankruptcy or Foreclosure
  • Avoid the stress of Financial burdens and start over
  • Your family may be able to delay moving for months; essentially free housing during the short sale process.

Walking away from your home loan problem, might not be the best re-action. Talk to us. We understand the market situation and can help you make a more informed decision.

Free Short Sale Consultation

Areas I Services:
Escondido Short Sale, Poway Short Sale, Encinitas Short Sale, Carlsbad Short Sale, Oceanside Short Sale, La Mesa Short Sale, El Cajon Short Sale, Alpine Short Sales, Lemon Grove Short Sale, Spring Valley Short Sale, Mt. Helix Short Sale, Mission Valley Short Sale, Allied Gardens Short Sale, Santee Short Sale, Lakeside Short Sale, Campo Short Sale, Imperial Beach Short Sale, Fallbrook Short Sale, Bonsall Short Sale. Coronado Short Sale, Ocean Beach Short Sale, Downtown San Diego Short Sale, Point Loma Short Sale, La Jolla Short Sale, Pacific Beach Short Sale. Bay Park Short Sale, Mission Beach Short Sale, Golden Hill Short Sale, South Park Short Sale, North Park Short Sale, Mira Mesa Short Sale, Linda Vista Short Sale, Mission Valley Short Sale, Hill Crest Short Sale, Jamul Short Sale, Eastlake Short Sale, Chula Vista Short Sale, National City Short Sale, Rancho San Diego Short Sale and other Communities in San Diego County     

REALTOR ® - Real Estate AgentUTC Equal Housing Opportunity. This material is based on information which we consider reliable, but because it has been supplied by third parties, we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete and should not be relied on as such. This offering is subject to errors, omissions, change of price or withdrawal without notice.

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