Robin Little Realtor
SRES ABR SFR ALHS NCIDQ
Senior Real Estate Specialist
Accredited Buyer Representative
Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource
Accredited Luxury Home Specialist
National Council for Interior Design Qualifications
Robin graduated from Arcadia University with Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Interior Design and Art History. She went on to work in two architectural firms as a manager of interior design before getting her Real Estate License.
Today, she uses her 20 years in the interior design business to better market and sell homes in her community. She is the author of her signature “Power of Sold” system, a buying and selling process that helps her beat the competition. She is always available to discuss your home so email or call and take the first step!
at a glance
+ Author of signature system “Power of Sold”
+ Graduate of Arcadia University, Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Interior Design and Art History.
+ Utilizes design expertise to stage homes to create a positive first impression to attract buyers which provides the competitive edge in local markets.
+ Contract knowledge to advice; counter and negotiate on the seller’s behalf.
+ Innovative marketing campaign utilizes outstanding photographs, architectural floor plans, and property features published in home books, and mass distribution in postcards and newsletters.
+ More than 20 years of business experience.
+ Manager of interior design departments in two architectural firms.
+ Creates interior environments so buyers can imagine their own personal decorating tastes and lifestyles to bring them one step closer to writing an offer.
+ Keen negotiating skills provide the best price and best terms for the seller.
+ Enthusiastically and competently provides exemplary service assisting sellers through the home selling process making each step of the transaction as easy as possible.
Robin’s listings are of the market for an average of only 32 days.
Chester County average 99 days on the market.
Delaware County average 92 days on the market.
Robin’s average list-to-sale price is 98%.
Chester County average is 91%.
Delaware County average is 89%.
don’t be disappointed.
your property, SOLD.
8 Steps for 15 Seconds
On the average, buyers make their home buying decision within the first fifteen seconds of entering the home.
Conduct and provide comparative local market analysis to strategically price your property, therefore giving it the competitive edge necessary to attract buyers.
Evaluate home, room by room to make recommendations so buyers can envision themselves living there.
Perform complete property evaluation to consider items that would impact the asking price, such as curb appeal, hardscaping, landscaping, neighborhood, exterior and interior house conditions, repairs needed, age of appliances and utilities and any recent updating.
Create home model atmosphere by executing essential tasks to present your home in the most appealing way for any buyer to image their own furnishings, color preferences and lifestyle.
Showcase home by furniture placement to optimize room functions, determine circulation paths, and create inviting seating arrangements.
Accessorize rooms with pictures, plants and artwork to provided the final touch to stage any room. Robin provides accessories as needed.
Post professional photographs to generate interest and attract buyers to request home showings.
Create architectural floor plans to serve as a great reminder of the home and allow buyers planning guides for furniture placement.
Post listing with property description highlighting the home features and fabulous photographs on the MLS as well as popular buyer related websites.
Provide a REAL virtual tour, not a video of pictures being stitched together.
Add listing with property description highlighting the home features and great
photos, floor plans, and virtual tour on MLS as well as popular buyer related websites.
Mail “Just Listed” postcards to database, local residences and target markets.
Publish and distribute Home Book complete with pictures, floor plans and property information to agents and potential buyers.
Call local agents to make them aware of the new property listing.
Contact local active agents to make them aware of the property listing and ask if they are working any buyers that might be a good candidate for the property.
Prospect daily for qualified buyers by calling database, target markets, and local
Host brokers luncheons and open houses.
Follow up with agents who have shown property for feedback.
Establish best method of communication for seller; email, text messaging and/or phone calls.
Update seller with progress reports, feedback and changes in the real estate market on a regular basis.
Represent and negotiate on behalf of seller for best price and best terms.
Pre-qualify potential buyers to insure their financial ability to purchase property.
Track and confirm all contractual obligations are satisfied by deadlines on both sides of transaction.
Insure that all contract details are complete for a seamless transaction.
Prepare coordinate and finalize the closing.
determining property value
Realistically, the market establishes sale price guidelines for your property. The following are the factors that affect property value.
Strategic competitive pricing promotes showings and offers in a timely manner.
Location is the single most important factor in determining the value of your property.
First impressions are very important. The condition of the property affects the price. It is essential that the property be presented in the best and most inviting way possible.
Prospective buyers will compare your property – both the condition and the price – to the other listings in the area. Based on properties both listed and recently sold, a fair market value shall be established.
It is essential to take advantage of the first thirty days of a new listing. Statistically, most showings occur during this period, so a heavy marketing campaign is necessary. Ultimate results are anticipated when potential buyers and their agents who have been home searching ads have exhausted available properties, discover your listing, schedule a showing and make an offer.
three things buyers do to find a home
Buyers initially begin their home search by driving through areas to see where they would feel most comfortable living.
Robin’s listings, highlighted with detailed descriptions and over twenty photographs, are posted on all of the most popular home buyers websites.
Buyers know that they may tour any home on the market in their desired area with the assistance of any realtor. Therefore, all local real estate agents are notified of Robin’s listings through email, flyers, networking, and phone calls.
the three best things to get your property showings
Buyers start their property search online. So, to capture their interest, great photographs placed in a strategic order entices the buyer to click through the pictures, which is the best initial marketing tactic.
Floor plans are a significant resource for buyers to visualize general circulation, room sizes, and furniture arrangements. Vacant property floor plans will include furniture to give the buyer a reference.
A real virtual tour, not photographs stitched together, provide the buyer the next best thing to an actual house tour.
– Bought a Single Family home for approximately $300k in Springfield, PA.
– Bought a Single Family home for approximately $250k in Wilmington, DE.
– Bought a home in Sadsburyville, Caln Township, PA.
– Sold a Single Family Home for approximately $425k in Kennet Square, PA.
– Helped me rent a home in Holiday Hills, DE.
– Showed a home in Westtown Township, West Chester, PA.
– West Chester, PA.
– Bought a home in Lincoln University, London Grove Township, PA.
– Bought a home in Tweedale, Upper Oxford Township, PA.
– Sold a home in Zebleys Corner, Garnet Valley, PA.
– Sold a Single Family home in Aston, PA
– Sold a Single Family home in Garnet Valley, PA.
– Sold a Single Family home for approximately $200k in Glen Mills, PA.
– Sold a Single Family home for approximately $375k in West Chester, PA.
– Helped in Baltimore, MD.
– Bought a home in Rockland, DE.
– Bought a home in Kintnerville, Noxkamixon Township, PA.