Sandy Faw (Smith and Coelho) Real Estate Agent



Sandy Faw
location_on Eagle, ID — Smith and Coelho
Get to Know Sandy Faw

Whether you are buying, selling or investing, I will effectively guide you through the process from step one, to a successful closing.  My knowledge of the Treasure Valley real estate market will ensure that you will be purchasing the right property, at the best price, with the least amount of stress.  If you are selling your home/property, you will be provided with the most current market statistics available to accurately help you price your home for a quick sale.  I also provide my clients with detailed information on suggestions to get the home in "top marketing" condition.  I want your property to stand out from its competition. I pride myself on direct, frank and consistent communication throughout the real estate transaction. 

 I have had the privlige of living in Boise for over 20 years where my husband and I have raised two beautiful daughters.  It has been a fabulous place to live, raise a family and enjoy the recreation that Idaho provides. 

 My ultimate goal is to build long term relationships with every one of my clients to ensure that your immediate real estate needs are met as well as your future needs and goals. 

  5 Steps for Helping Your House to Sell Quickly Prepare yourself to sell your house. Do your best to see the house, no longer as your home, but as a product to be marketed. This takes some work, especially if you have been in the home for a number of years and have many memories there, but it is necessary if you want to maximize your potential.Consider a professional whole house inspection. An inspection will most likely uncover any major defects before they can cause trouble with a potential buyer. It also is a signal to buyers that you are a responsible seller.Prepare the house.   Stand back and look at your house as objectively as possible. Would you buy this home? Ask  your agent, friends and neighbors to do the same, asking them to be totally honest. Overlooking flaws could cost you money! Get them fixed before you put the house on the market.Do what is necessary to make your house stand out from the competition. Make certain that your house is fresher, cleaner, and better maintained. Familiarize yourself with effective marketing and advertising techniques.Remove most of the "imprint" that you have made on the house.  Neutralize and De-Clutter. Having a few family pictures around is fine, but if your house is a "shrine" to your family--walls full of personal pictures--you should take some steps to depersonalize it. Buyers must be able to envision themselves in the house.

My attention to detail and client dedication is unsurpased. My extensive background in sales and marketing enhance my ability to negotiate offers, arrange financing and close the deal.