Home Selling Guide

Whether you have outgrown your home, looking to downsize, or simply relocate to a new area, our home selling guide will take you through the steps to selling a house. Let our experience guide you to your new home.


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When selling your home, it’s important to price your home correctly. View our home valuation calculator to estimate what your home is worth.

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We know your neighborhood, and we know how to sell your home to the right buyer for what it is worth.

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We have a decade of experience finding the most lucrative options for our neighbors selling a home.

Meet Our Brokers

Our team of experts has guided thousands of buyers through the steps of selling a home. Each of our neighborhood brokers is dedicated to partnering with you to navigate selling a house in 2019.

Katie Kepler
Katie KeplerLicensed Real Estate Broker
With over 20 years in Real Estate, Katie Kepler has successfully helped hundreds of clients in their search for buying a house.
Victoria Loder
Victoria LoderLicensed Real Estate Broker
Starting her Real Estate career in 2016, Victoria Loder has successfully helped over 50 clients in their home buying search.
Megan Halter
Megan HalterLicensed Real Estate Broker
With 40 closings in 2018, Megan has been able to successfully negotiate and handle all the complexities involved in buying a home.

Heaton Dainard Real Estate

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With our neighborhood boutique advantage, you are more than a client. Our personalized approach to real estate comes standard with our premium services:

  • Dedicated point of contact for every step of the transaction

  • Neighborhood Insights

  • Design Consultation Experts

  • Negotiation Specialists

  • Local Market Analysis and Projections on Your Investment

  • Team of Location Scouts

  • Extended Local Broker Network

Selling a House?

We’re here to help! View our most frequently asked questions about selling a home!

What is Title Insurance Good for?2019-05-17T00:00:20+00:00

Title insurance protects the lender and buyer from any losses that are incurred as a result of disputes over the title of the property.

What is the Escrow Officer?2019-05-17T00:00:01+00:00

An escrow officer is typically employed by the title company that you are working with and they walk you through the closing process. They are responsible for oversee the escrow process as a neutral party. They ensure that they transaction is executed properly and legally and perform title searches, prepare paperwork and witness document signings.

What is the MLS?2019-06-24T22:22:17+00:00

A multiple listing service (MLS) is an online listing service that compiles all properties that are listed with a realtor.  Brokers utilize the MLS to find homes in a certain price range or area. Washington utilizes the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS).

What does Debt-to-Income Ratio Mean?2019-05-16T23:59:12+00:00

This is the percentage of a person’s monthly earnings used to pay off all debt obligations.

What is a contingency clause?2019-05-16T23:58:39+00:00

A contingency clause is  a condition or action that must be met for a contract to become binding. When both the buyer and the seller agrees to the terms and signs a contract, then the contingency will become part of the binding sales contract.

What is a Real Estate Broker?2019-05-16T23:58:13+00:00

A broker is a real estate agent who is licensed by the state and has taken courses to become a broker.

What are Closing Costs?2019-06-25T00:06:25+00:00

Closing costs are the fees paid at the closing of a real estate transaction by buyers and sellers in transferring ownership of a property.

Why Should I Use a Broker to Buy a House?2019-05-16T23:54:33+00:00

A broker is more than just a sales person looking to close a deal. When you work with a broker, they will work on your behalf to help guide you when buying a house. They can provide you with the most up-to-date market information and help you find listings that you might not find on your own. Additionally, they can help you negotiate a deal with your best interests in mind when you put in an offer on a home.

What is the Difference Between Being Pre-Qualified and Pre-Approved for a Loan?2019-05-16T23:54:09+00:00

When you are pre-qualified for a loan it means that you could potentially get a loan for the amount stated for you. This assumes that all of the information that you provided to the lender is correct. When you are pre-approved, this means that you have had an extensive financial background check, which will include looking at credit history, tax returns, and employment verification. This is when the lender is willing to give you a loan, which is almost approved. Most sellers prefer that buyers are pre-approved as they know there will not be problems with the purchase of the home.

What is a One-Time Show Listing?2019-05-16T23:53:27+00:00

This type of listing is when the homeowner signs an agreement with the broker. In this agreement, the homeowner provides the broker with commission for selling the property. However, it also states that the homeowner can’t negotiate directly with the buyer at a later time to avoid paying commission to the broker. This type of listing is commonly used by brokers showing FSBO (for sale by owner).

Can a Home Depreciate in Value?2019-05-16T23:52:57+00:00

In general, it is not very common for real property to depreciate in value. This is what makes real estate a great investment. When you are looking for a home, make sure you consider things such as location and community as it can affect the future value of the home.

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