Take Brian and Kim’s advice. They’re professionals…you’re not. They will sell your home quickly at a premium!

My brother, sister and I inherited a home that my mother had lived in. We were at a loss as to what we were to do. She had a lot of vintage shag, pink counter tops, paneling and 40 years of cigarette smoke. All I can say is yuck! (Sorry Mom!)

We interviewed several realtors and were about to move forward with one when Kim rapped on my door and handed me a flyer announcing a get together/open house for the neighborhood at a home they listed across the street from us.

Hmmm, now that’s different! The other realtors we talked to wanted our listing, but we needed someone to give us the advice that we so desperately needed, and those other realtors simply weren’t.

We had a couple of companies that flip distressed and/or inherited homes like this. They offered almost the same amount, and even though the amount was far less than what we hoped it would sell for, we did seriously consider simply selling and moving on.

Brian and Kim came in to make their pitch. We were sold.

Now for the important part. We had never been in this situation before and I have to say that a month in to the project, we hated Brian and Kim’s advice.

Kim and Brian have cleaning services, painters, construction crews, plumbers, electricians and interior decorators they regularly refer to their clients. We hired several of their associates, lucked out with a few helpers we found and rolled up our sleeves.

We sold our Mom’s house at the high end of the expected range to the first person who looked at it.

In the end, we loved Brian and Kim’s advice. We sold the home for more than we initially expected and made a positive return on the money we invested, when comparing it to the 2 initial appraisals.

We were all so fortunate that Kim was doing something different that day she went networking to sell our neighbor’s home!

OR…you could use this…

Take Brian and Kim’s advice. They’re professionals…you’re not. They will sell your home quickly at a premium!

— Scott Little