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Selling your home is a very important process. We will be with you in all the steps of the process:

1. Market analysis and goal setting.

We need to run a very accurante Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your property to find the right pricing. Many agents shoot numbers to the air and are not based in accurate facts. This lead most of the time to waste everybodies time because the property is underpriced making the owner to lose potencial money or overprized making the property sit forever.

2. Marketing plan.

Once we set the goal a target price we need to detail all the actions that will lead us to the final goal: sell the property at the right pricing. Our agents will discuss with you all the steps of your customize Marketing Plan: schedule of Open Houses, web presence:,,, etc., also all the printing materials for that.

3. Staging of the home.

We need to show the house in a decent shape. No clutter and dirtiness. The property needs to be accesible for people to come to see it and they need to see it very nice. The landscape must be done and whenever someone enter he or she must feel like home. This will maximize the dollars in your packet.

4. Contracts and negotiation.

After a few weeks of hard work we land into different contracts. Your agent will be there to revise each of them ensuring that you do have well qualified buyer on the other side of the table so you will not waste months with a guy who is unable to get financing. Negotiation with a good offer is part of the great value that we give you. Our agents are trained permanently to be negotiation experts so you will be in good hands.

5. Follow up and closing.

There are many contracts that will not make it to close for lack of management. A bad handled inspection, an inexperte loan officer or a painful condo association can kill a deal. Our agents are ready to make sure that those 300 details do not make your contract fall apart.

Please schedule and appoinment with us so we can go deeper in details.




1. Exclusive Listing Agreement.

In order for us to legally market your property we need an agreement between our brokerage: 24 Hour Real Estate and you. The form is standard and provided by the Chicago Association of Realtors. Any doubts about this or any of the forms please feel free to consult your Attorney. In consideration of the following agreements and Broker's efforts to procure a ready, willing and able buyer for the sale or exchange of property and improvements described below (including the undivided interest in the common elements and accumulated reserves, if any) (collectively, "Property"), Seller hereby grants Broker the exclusive right ("Exclusive Right") to sell the Property (or, at Seller's direction, lease, exchange, joint venture or grant an option to purchase) the Property ("Transfer of Property") pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth below.

2. Residential Real Property Disclosure Report.

The purpose of this report is to provide prospective buyers with information about material defects of the property. This report does not limit the parties right to contract for the sale of residential real property “AS IS” condition. Under common law sellers who disclose material defects may be under a continuing obligation to advise the prospective buyers about the condition of the residential real property even after the report is delivered to the prospective buyer. Completion of this report by the seller creates legal obligations on seller therefore seller may wish to consult an attorney prior to completion of this report.

3. Disclosure Lead Paint Hazards.

Every purchaser of any interest in residential real property on which a residential dwelling was built prior to 1978 is notified that such property may present exposure to lead from lead-based paint that may place young children at risk of developing lead poisoning. Lead poisoning in young children may produce permanent neurological damage, including learning disabilities, reduced intelligence quotient, behavioral problems, and impaired memory. Lead poisoning also poses a particular risk to pregnant women. The seller of any interest in residential real property is required to provide the buyer with any information on lead-based paint hazards from risk assessments or inspections in the seller's possession and notify the buyer of any known lead-based paint hazards. A risk assessment or inspection for possible lead-based paint hazards is recommended prior to purchase.

4. Dual Agency Disclosure Form.

Representing more than one party to a transaction presents a conflict of interest since both clients may rely upon Licensee's advice and the clients' respective interests may be adverse to each other. Licensee will undertake this representation only with the written consent of ALL clients in the transaction. This disclosure applies only when the Real Estate Agent represent to both Buyer and Seller in the same transaction.

5. Mold Disclosure.

Molds, fungus, mildew, and similar organisms (“Mold Conditions”) may exist in the Property of which the Seller is unaware and has not actual knowledge. The Mold Conditions generally grow in places where there is excessive moisture, such as where leakage may have occurred in roofs, pipes, walls, plant pots, or where there has been flooding. A professional home Inspection may not disclose Mold Conditions. As a result, Buyer may wish to obtain an Inspection specifically for Mold Conditions to more fully determine the condition of the Property and this environmental status. Neither Seller’s nor Buyer’s agents are experts in the field of Mold Conditions and other related conditions and Buyer and Seller shall not rely on Broker or its agents for information relating to such conditions. Buyer is strongly encouraged to satisfy itself as to the condition of the Property.

6. Radon Disclosure Form.

Every buyer of any interest in residential real property is notified that the property may present exposure to dangerous levels of indoor radon gas that may place the occupants at risk of developing radon-induced lung cancer. Radon, a Class-A human carcinogen, is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and the second leading cause overall. The seller of any interest in residential real property is required to provide the buyer with any information on radon test results of the dwelling showing elevated levels of radon in the seller’s possession.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) strongly recommends ALL homebuyers have an indoor radon test performed prior to purchase or taking occupancy, and mitigated if elevated levels are found. Elevated radon concentrations can easily be reduced by a qualified, licensed radon mitigator.

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