Sondra Napier

HHS, CUE

realtor

 

     817.929.7361

A native of Fort Worth and a realtor for more than a decade, Sondra views her role as that of a knowledgeable and trusted advisor versus that of a sales person.

 

Sondra appreciates the timeless architecture and charm of historic homes, as well as the modern design and more relaxed lifestyle associated with newer urban dwellings. Wherever your passion lies, she will partner with you and advocate for you in order to successfully achieve your real estate goals while providing you with exceptional client service. She is grateful for each client and considers it a privilege to earn their trust with each transaction.

 

She supports and serves with local non-profits including Cancer Care Services, Cuisine for Healing, Tarrant Area Food Bank, A Wish with Wings, and the Tarrant County Homeless Coalition.

 

Why Work With a Burt • Ladner Agent?

Your Burt • Ladner agent will...

Suggest and advise any changes that could be made to your property to make it more marketable.

 

Oversee the marketing and negotiations process from listing to closing.

 

Follow up with showing agents for feedback.

 

Pre-qualify prospective buyers.

 

Present and explain offers as they are received.

 

Suggest pricing, negotiating strategies to maximize sale price and most favorable terms.

 

Assist with closing coordination and attend closing.

 

Complete Listing Exposure

Impactful, consistent services and marketing set us apart from other companies.

The following services are available when you partner with a Burt • Ladner agent:

 

  • Property Photography & Graphics
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  • Property Video Production & Posting
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  • Aerial Video Production & Posting for large properties
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  • Online Advertising
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  • Social Media Marketing
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  • Print Advertising
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  • Commercial Property Services
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  • MLS and Exclusive Listings
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  • Contract & Inspection Coordination
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  • One-on-One commitment all the way to closing

 

 

 

Extensive Online Exposure

of your property through BurtLadner.com and other partner affiliates such as Trulia, Zillow and Realtor.com.

 

 

Social Media Channels are used extensively by our office and agents to promote your property including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube.

 

Print Advertising

Ongoing weekly and monthly full-page, local print advertising until the property has sold. Beautiful, printed brochures are produced and distributed to potential buyers and their agents.

 

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is the city’s premier news provider. Keeping your property in front of an audience of buyers is crucial in this ever-changing market.

 

Burt • Ladner advertises weekly in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in both the traditional paper and the on-line editions. Weekly, the Star-Telegram provides not only a feature story on one of our listings, but also current listings from our agents.

 

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram also uses their website to reach even more readership on a weekly basis. We believe in our city and we are proud to be a large part of this local publication.

 

Pricing Your Home

Your Burt • Ladner agent will carefully analyze your property and recommend a price and position in the marketplace. This includes reviewing neighborhood properties sold recently to determine competitive pricing. Our goal is to maximize your proceeds while minimizing the time it takes to sell your property. Statistics clearly indicate that the longer a property is on the market, the lower the final sale price will be.

 

Pricing your home correctly from the very start is the single most important thing you can do to ensure a successful sale - one that is quick and puts the most money in your pocket.

 

Homeowners are often tempted to set the initial list price higher than fair market value because they think they can simply lower the price later if the property doesn’t sell.

 

Setting the price too high in the beginning can drastically increase the time it takes to sell and typically achieves a final sale price that is well below market value.

 

Properties that sell in the

first four weeks

typically achieve a sale price within 1.9% of their fair market value.

A listing generates intense interest during its first two weeks on the market, but activity drops off by more than 80% in the third week and beyond - subsequent price reductions notwithstanding.

 

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