In today’s market, Sellers are looking to get the most value from their home when selling, however, that can be challenging in a crowded market with a lot of inventory from which Buyers can choose. What is the key to getting more value for your home? Set it apart from the crowd.
We have previously discussed the value of staging a home when listing it for sale. We are happy to take this service to the next level by being able to offer our Clients Compass Concierge – an only-at-Compass offering where we will front the cost of services to improve your home so you can seller more quickly and at a higher price.
About Compass Concierge
Compass Concierge will assist you with the execution of a tailored plan for updating and staging your home for prospective buyers. We will front the costs associated with home-selling improvements and collect a fee for the services rendered at the time of the property’s closing. House preparation services include staging, painting, deep cleaning, landscaping, and decluttering.
How It Works
Our team will develop a tailored project plan with suggested home improvements and updates to prepare your home for the market.
You will contract directly with home improvement service providers.
Compass Concierge will pay the associated cost for home improvement work performed subject to your agreements with home service providers.
At the closing of the property, Compass Concierge will collect a fee that covers the cost of the work performed.
This is just scratching the surface of what this exclusive service can offer our clients. Additionally, while Compass Concierge helps Sellers, there are also ways that this program can help Buyers as well.
Interested in understanding more about Compass Concierge, its Use Cases, and how it may help you? Contact Us, we would love to chat!
Note: Restrictions apply. This program is available to all Sellers with an exclusive Listing Agreement with Compass. Properties that are short-sales or foreclosures are not eligible for the program. Structural or construction services will not be covered