We organize your information and instructions and develop and protect accurate and reliable records.

Listing your property for Sale

Listing Contract: The standard listing contract in Colorado is called an exclusive right to sell contract which you can view.  These forms are available through an online contracting format at CTM contracts which sellers and buyers find more convenient and effective.  Once a listing is signed, an agreement to amend or extend the contract may be needed.

Disclosure Forms: The most common types of disclosure forms are the sellers property disclosure and the lead based paint disclosure.  They provide information and history about the house and the current conditions and are prepared by the seller.   A copy of the disclosures can always be found on the Navica MLS site and we also commonly provide hard copies are on the listings counter for prospective buyers to take.

Property Description:

Property Description Form:  We ask lots of questions and thoroughly look at your home and property while we fill the property description form. Our goal is to provide a substantially complete and superior description.

Floor Plans:  We carefully measure the outside of your home and outbuildings and then carefully measure the inside of the home capturing the basic layout of the home.   We prepare a drawing which we send to an architect who turns this into an AutoCAD drawing and converts it for us into an image file.   We find that these floor plans give a lot of information to a potential buyer.  This is a difficult task and very few other Realtor’s will even contemplate it.   If needed we may also prepare a lot plan.

Photography:  We use a professional digital camera (Canon Digital Rebel XT) with three professional lens which we use for home photography.  We’ve found that our wide angle lens works nicely for interior photography, you see more of the room in the picture.  Once pictures are taken, we process each one using professional photography processing software, label each picture individually, and then create five (or more) sizes of the photographs which allow their use in a variety of formats.

Property Research may include:

  • Fremont County Assessor Property data base
  • Plat Maps
  • Zoning Regulations
  • Home Owner Association Requirements
  • Flood Certificates (flood zone information primarily related to insurance)
  • Previous Listing & Purchase History
  • Utility Usages & Well Information