Excellent question!

We have created a super handy Seller's Checklist so you can be in the know every step of the way!

If you list with Bōde, you are 13 times more likely to sell to a self-represented buyer!

Here is an overview of the timeline from the moment you start listing your own home with Bōde:

  1. Request a photos and measurements appointment - We are currently covering the costs for photos and measurements when you list your home with Bōde. Click here to make a request to one of our Prōs. They will get back to you to organize the appointment. After the photos and measurements are taken, it typically take 48 hours to touch up and upload to your listing (don't worry we will let you know).

  1. Start listing your home - You are able to fill out everything you need to list in about 20 minutes. It is a great idea to start this early so that you can add additional title holders as needed and you will be able to "submit" when the photos and measurements are ready.

  2. Click "Preview" and check things over - When you are ready "accept terms and conditions" and click "submit".

  3. Click Submit - When you "submit" your listing will be sent to Bōde for us to check things over. It takes about 2 business days to post your listing on Bōde, MLS and 100+ other listing sites. We will let you know when your listing has gone live. Just so you know, the 90 day listing period starts when your listing is actually live.

  4. Go live! - We will start digitally advertising your home and schedule a sign installation. Congratulations - you listed your own home! We encourage you to share your listing on social media and in local community groups!

You are officially in the driver's seat of selling one of your most significant assets. It was that easy. Very exciting!

Pssssst: Did you know when you sell your own home using Bōde, you actually save time? By automating and simplifying the back and forth that happens the traditional way, we save our sellers about 60% of the time it would have taken to sell your home with an agent. Amazing right?

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